The city of Dublin is fascinating due to its history and cultural richness, as it is for the daily life, and the unique atmosphere breathed in along the lanes or strolling through the parks.
The historical figures which were born, have lived or studied in Dublin are many.
Trinity College boasts among its student's, names like Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde and Bram Stoker, whilst George Bernard Shaw, William Butler Yeats, James Joyce, and Samuel Beckett are just some of the literati who were born in the Irish capital.
Furthermore, Dublin has also been leader of contemporary artistic culture, counting among its citizen's, actors of such calibre as Colin Farrell, or singers like Bono and Sinead O'Connor.
The Irish capital is a city with an ancient history and a thousand faces. An important commercial centre that apart from representing a cultural fulcrum, has been and still is, an important industrial centre.
In Dublin, one of the most famous Irish institutions in the world is made and produced: Guinness beer.
The Guinness factory is one of the essential spots for those who find themselves visiting the city; the aroma of dark beer is the pub atmosphere which accompanies the visitor who ventures into the most typical lanes.
The spirit of the Irish, cordial and sincere, is kept alive in the city, in its streets, in shops, and in the pubs.
A modern European capital, Dublin remains proud of its roots, which are also expressed in the Gaelic language, often used in the conversations among fellow citizens.