Dublin Identity Card
- Area Population Density Official languages Currency Mayor Status: capital of the Republic of Ireland.
It doesn & rsquo; city of Dublin: the Liffey which flows from west to east separates it into two halves.
From the almost complete north shore, O & rsquosud to join Parnell Square. This is the heart of the very first Georgian Dublin. The main stations (bus and train) are located a little further east.
South, opposite O'Connell Street, Westmoreland Street, which runs along Trinity College, leads to Grafton Street, the other large (and pedestrianized) shopping street.
Beyond the Grand Canal, by Ballsbridge where there are many accommodations.
West, once past the hectic Temple Bar district, wedged between Liffey and Dame Street, the rare vestiges of Norman and medieval Dublin can be found around Dublin Castle: we then arrive, still continuing west, to the district called The Liberties , much more popular.