The River Liffey divides Dublin into north and south most of the sights being located on the south side around Grafton Street and St Stephenson’s Green, otherwise known as the ‘Georgian heart of Dublin’. The northside city center is somewhat grittier containing many shopping streets. It is best explored starting from O’Connell Street and heading for Parnell Square.
Dublin may not abound in visually stunning buildings however the sheer round-the-clock liveliness, the insatiable party atmosphere and its non-stop entertainment make a visit to this city unforgettable. Furthermore, the uniqueness of a true Dublin pub experience will have you coming back for more again and again.