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If you are considering travel to Dublin, you’re probably aware of the rags to riches (and rags again) story that was Ireland’s Celtic Tiger legacy. Well, the tiger’s roar has turned to a muted whisper and in many ways, that’s not a bad thing. For one thing, that fleeting prosperity brought development and and also brought a healthy influx of immigrants. These moves contributed to the multi-culturalism and a café spirit of today’s Dublin that puts the destination on par most European cities. If you don’t know it, Dublin is a small city, with a population of around 1.4 million (more than half of which is reported to be under 28) and a centre that covers only about three square kilometers. So, a Dublin vacation means easy travel in a city that’s easy to get to know and easy to get around. If you’re looking for Irish history and culture, Dublin’s history reads like a who’s who of invaders and marauders and rebels told through Dublin’s excellent museums and galleries that are free to see. ...See More And if you’re planning a Dublin vacation for the fun, there are cafes, bars and clubs on every corner—and always a friendly Dubliner around who’ll show you how to have a good time. See Less
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