Dublin, the capital and main port of the Republic of Ireland, is the city of the moment for young people. Forty percent of its welcoming and festive population is less than 20 years old.
For several years now, the city has experienced considerable cultural and economic growth. It beats to the rhythm of its artistic and musical creations, and is now recognised as one of the flagship cultural centres of the English-speaking world. It would be difficult to see all of the many theatres, art galleries, historical sites and museums in one visit. Despite its size, which is close to one million inhabitants, suburbs included, each district has conserved the atmosphere and style of a village with a colourful folklore. Go and visit Temple Bar, the most “hyped” of these, to enjoy one of the city’s many live music shows whilst enjoying a Guinness. Wander through the busy streets and you are sure to have a good time in this warm and lively city. Ireland’s mild and humid climate allows you to come to discover the hilly plains and mountains that cover the island at any time of year.