Tourism in Dublin City
Dublin is one of Europe's most Cosmopolitan Cities, yet still
retains it's charm and friendliness.
Cobbled streets, flower
sellers, street musicians, fashionable stores, coffee houses,
endless pubs and restaurants, combine with our long tradition as
writers, poets, and above all talkers to give Dublin it's most
important asset - it's people.
Vibrant, alive, fun loving
streets teeming with energy, yet watched over by tradition at
Visit a museum or art gallery, walk through
Trinity College and feel the scholarly tradition or simply
window shop on Grafton Street. See the City in action.
Molesworth Court it's all on your doorstep.
delights of Dublin City life. Feed the ducks on St. Stephen's
Green, drop into the Shelbourne's famous Horseshoe Bar, read the
papers over a mug of coffee at Bewleys.
Enjoy a half dozen
oysters and a glass of Guiness - experience Dublin wit in one of
the many famous literary pubs.
Soak up the atmosphere of the
Left Bank area - Temple Bar. Walk through time in this historic
place. Feel the beat of a modern City. Stroll home to your own
warm welcoming hideaway.
Feel the pulse of this young European
City after dark.
Molesworth Court - when
you're busy in the City.
Court - City living at its best.