A. Georgian Dublin - One of Dublin’s most popular central areas with beautiful historic buildings such as the Trinity College and the National Museum, along with wonderful upscale restaurants and bars.
B. Central South - The epicenter of Dublin’s best dining and nightlife scene, with a wealth of cool, fun and affordable dining, shopping and nightlife places.
C. Central North - Dublin’s eclectic northern district where cool cafes and edgy boutiques mix together with more grungy establishments.
D. Temple Bar - An iconic touristy pedestrian area lined with historic pubs, cute cafes, cool boutiques which tend to be gathered around Meeting House Square. Avoid the evenings when the crowd tends to favour drunken Hens & Stags party groups.
E. Docklands - This up-and-coming regenerated area to the east of Dublin features cool designer apartment blocks, alfresco dining cafes and an impressive new public theatre by architect Daniel Libeskind.
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