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Dublin is located in the Province of Leinster, at the mouth of the River Liffey, on Dublin Bay, an inlet of the Irish Sea. Dublin in Irish is Dubh-linn meaning Black Pool. Its current official Irish name is Baile Atha Cliath, meaning Town of the Ford of the Hurdles.

Ireland's Capital is one of Europe’s coolest cities, pulsating with energy thanks to its excellent restaurants, chic boutiques, legendary pubs, beautiful art galleries, verdant urban parks, elegant architecture, fascinating and turbulent history, plus its unique scenic location perched at the edge of the Irish Sea. The Temple Bar area, is Dublin's cultural quarter, with a mix of live music, Irish dancing, shopping, eating, theatre, visual arts and design.

Temple Bar   Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links

Dublin has some of the finest courses in the & there is no better location for a short golfing break. There is a huge variety of both Links & Parkland courses within a short drive of Dublin city centre. Dublin Golf includes many of the Irelands household names such as Portmarnock and Royal Dublin to name but a few. Golf Holidays Worldwide, recommends booking your Irish Golfing break from March to October. It only takes a weekend to taste, and a lifetime to enjoy!

Accommodation in Dublin
Golf Holidays Worldwide offers various types of accommodation in Dublin city centre, and the surrounding area. We have everything from three to five star hotels, as well as Golf Resorts.$0 $0 Whether you intend taking a short or long golfing break to Dublin, Golf Holidays Worldwide have something to suit all tastes and budgets. 

The Shelbourne Hotel   Dublin Bus Tour

Things To See & Do in Dublin
Dublin is a walking city to explore, stopping off to enjoy a cup of tea and scones, or a great pint of Guiness. If you don't want to walk, you can take one the excellent open-top bus tours. The city is divided into North & South by the River Liffey, with the main thoroughfare being O'Connell Street. There is a myriad of museums to tour, The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Bank of Ireland, Art Centre & Museum, and The National Museum.

Dublin History
St. Patrick converted the people of Dublin to Christianity in the 5th Century. In the 9th Century the Vikings invaded & conquered, eventually developing the town into a major port and trading centre. In the 12th Century, the Anglo-Normans invaded Ireland. The country was under English rule until 1921, when Ireland was partitioned. Southern Ireland became a Free State encompassing 26 counties, while Northern Ireland , with 6 counties, came under British rule.

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