Dublin is divided into South County Dublin, South Dublin City, North County Dublin and North Dublin City. The towns and destinations of each part are the following:
South County Dublin
South County is located at the south side of River Liffey. The area is scenic; you will find Dalkey, Dun Laoghaire, Bray, Killiney, the Dublin Mountains, Dundrum and Blackrock. The major attractions on this side of Dublin are the Drimnagh Castle, St. Enda’s, James Joyce Museum, Pearse Museum and the National Maritime Museum. The South County Dublin can be easily accessed by bus service and Dart. Also, it is the home of many famous celebrities and distinguished people.
South Dublin City
The South Dublin City is situated at River Liffery’s south part, M50 ring road’s east and encompasses the attractive inner suburbs of Dublin. It is the home of many fine hotels, embassies, houses and restaurants. Some of the main attractions are the Shaw Birthplace, Kilmainham Gaol, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Waterways Visitor Center and National Print Museum.
North County Dublin
This area is outside of M50 ring road, it is situated within the Co. Dublin and it includes the Howth, Malahide, Ardgillan Demesne, Skerries, Rush and Lusk, Castleknock and Dublin Airport. It is also the home of many country walks, fine sandy beaches, golf courses and exquisite homes. The North County Dublin is extremely accessible since it houses the Dublin Airport and it has a great rail service.
North Dublin City
The North Dublin City is within M50 ring road and encompasses Bull Island, Phoenix Park, Casino Marino, Clontarf, Castle knock and many other well-known tourist spots. This area is the home of much fine Georgian architecture and easily accessible. The accommodation will suit every traveller and the costs are affordable too.
These are the towns and attractions you can find in these four areas.