Mini Cruise Ferry to Dublin, Ireland
What to do in Dublin, Ireland
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Dublin is located on the Eastern site of southern Ireland, parallel to Hollyhead on the Welsh coast. It's around 100 miles south of Belfast and around the same again from Rosslare in the South.
Dublin offers the quintessential Irish experience, fusing culture and heritage with vibrancy and modernism. It's particularly famous for its nightlife and there's plenty to choose amongst from traditional pubs with Irish music and a typically Irish crac right through to the hip and trendy bar and club scene.
The capital has more than just nightlife to offer. It offers museums, castles and cathedrals alongside other attractions such as Dublin Zoo or Guinness Storehouse, a must-see brewery tour for Guinness fans. Many sightseeing tours are also available.
Shop for Celtic souvenirs and enjoy traditional Irish cuisine at the many cafes and restaurants.
Dublin Ferryport is located 2 miles from the centre of the capital city of Ireland.
Book Your Mini Cruise To Dublin, Ireland
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Book your cheap ferry tickets to Dublin online to claim the maximum savings.
Dublin, Ireland Map
Top Tips For Visiting Dublin, Ireland
- You may struggle to visit everything you want to in such a short space of time on a mini-cruise to Dublin, Ireland. Consider booking a hotel room when you book your mini-cruise and change a quick getaway into a longer holiday to Dublin.
- Consider taking your car or hiring a car to explore Dublin at your own pace rather than relying on public transport or taxi drivers
Dublin, Ireland Destination Guide Videos
Arriving at Dublin Port - on board Irish Ferries Ulysses
This video shows the Irish Ferries vessel Ulysses entering the port of Dublin in Ireland, as filmed by a passenger onboard during a glorious Summer's day.