Study in Dublin
Ireland's capital and most populous city, Dublin, is located at the east coast of the island at the River Liffey estuary. It is a perfect fusion of historical and cultural heritage and a busy modern life.
Dublin's original Irish name was “Dubh linn” which means “black pool”. This historic lake with black water once existed under the present Coach House and Castle Gardens of Dublin Castle.
What to do and see: visit the official Dublin tourism website.
Be prepared, what is important to know about Dublin:
- Dublin Currency: EUR
- Dublin Telephone area code: +353 1
- Dublin Electricity (plug): Electricity in Ireland is 230 volts, frequency 50Hz, plug type G . Check out the type of plug.
- Dublin Annual events: Temple Bar TradFest (Jan), 12 Points Festival (Feb), St, Patrick’s Festival (Mar), Dublin - One City, One Book (Apr), Dublin Dance Festival (May), Bloomsday Festival (Jun), Dublin Horse Show (Aug), Dublin Fringe Festival (Sep), Bram Stoker Festival (Oct), Temple BAr Chocolate Festival (Dec) and more.
- Dublin Public holidays: check out on Government website.
- Dublin Weather average:
Summer (Jun - Aug): 13ºC - 19ºC
Autumn (Sep - Nov): 9ºC - 14ºC
Winter (Dec - Feb): 4ºC - 9ºC
Spring (Mar - May): 7ºC - 13ºC
Find information about transports in Dublin on government website:
- In Dublin, cycling is common means of transport.
- Getting around Dublin: buses and trains.
- Taxis can be hailed from the streets.
- Living expenses
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