Dublin, the city of a thousand colorful doors

DUBLIN

Country : Ireland

Province : Leinster

Population : 528 000 inhabitants

 

THE CITY

Capital of Ireland, Dublin is a multicultural and characterful city. Elected nicest European capital because of the youth of its population, Dublin is a very animated city thanks to the multitude of bars, restaurants and festive places. One of Dublin’s benefits is that the capital is on a human scale ; major tourist attractions are reachable on foot.   

More than being welcoming and festive, Dublin is multifaceted city.  Beyond beautiful streets, museums, Gregorian quarters where it takes it's nickname, the Irish capital abounds of modern docks, little streets and courtyards. Therefore, curiosity is important in Dublin if visitors want to soak up the city’s atmosphere. Popular and affluent at once, the capital is plentiful of vitality, as illustrated by the number of poets and authors born in Dublin.  

 

EVENTS

VI Nations Championship

 

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Coming to Dublin

By plane :

- Dublin international airport, located at 14km from the center of Dublin.

It’s possible to reach Dublin from the airport thanks to many bus companies (Dublin bus, Aircoach, Bus Eireann…).

For more information : www.dublinairport.com

  

Paris-Dublin : 1h30

 

Public Transportation

Download the train and metro network map

 

Entry formalities

All the citizens of a European Union country member, of the EEA or of Switzerland, do not need a visa to stay in Dublin. They only need a valid identity card or a passport, still usable 3 months after the return.

All the foreign nationals of a European Union country member, of the EEA or of Switzerland and those who possess a residence permit of a European Union country member, need a visa to stay in Dublin. Get some information about administrative formalities and necessary documents to obtain a visa for Ireland to the Irish embassy or consulate in your country of origin or of residence.

  

WARNING : Information collected on November 2nd 2016.

To see the last information updated : www.citizensinformation.ie

  

Time difference

1 hour less in comparison with Paris

 

City website

www.dublin.ie 


Our references

Eventeam Experience