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Distance

7.57 mi

Elevation gain

1,585 ft

Technical difficulty

Easy

Elevation loss

1,585 ft

Max elevation

152 ft

Trailrank

85 4.8

Min elevation

-50 ft

Trail type

Loop

Time

7 hours 16 minutes

Coordinates

978

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June 14, 2016

Recorded

June 2016
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near Mountjoy, Leinster (Ireland)

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Dublin, located on a bay designed by the mouth of the River Liffey, pulsates with energy thanks to its legendary pubs, stylish shops, beautiful art galleries, lush urban parks, sophisticated architecture and turbulent and fascinating history.
The name Dublin comes from the Gaelic word "Dubh Linn", which means "Black Lake". A small, but dynamic and welcoming capital, where its surplus value, and of all of Ireland, passes through its inhabitants. They are a happy and friendly people. "The Craic" is an expression that has become synonymous with fun ... Dublin has anything ... If it's pubs, Vikings traces, Irish humor, music or the cultural heritage is not known ... we went to search for the answer!
The proposal was to walk the city on foot and, among walks, pubs and good conversations discover the charms of this city built between the mountains and the sea.
The routes presented here are intended to show what you can visit in Dublin for a three-day stay. We set aside two days for the activity "Dublin Walking Tours", one for walking on the West side of the city - "Dublin Walking Tours (West)", the other to the East side of the city "Dublin Walking Tours (East)". The third and final day in Dublin was intended for a "North Coast & Malahide Castle Tour" Bus Tour run by Dubin BusTours .

DUBLIN WALKING TOURS (WEST) with travel / visit:
- GATE THEATER
- ABBEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
- WRITERS MUSEUM
- DUBLIN CITY GALLERY THE HUGH LANE
- ST MARY OF THE ANGELS CHURCH
- OLD JAMESON DISTILLERY
- ST PAUL'S CHURCH
- NATIONAL MUSEUM OF IRELAND - DECORATIVE ARTS AND HISTORY
- LIFFEY RIVER
- FOUR COURTS
- CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL
- DUBLINA MUSEUM
- ST. AUDOEN'S CHURCH
- GUINNESS STOREHOUSE
- ST PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL
- DUBLIN CASTLE
- THE OLYMPIA THEATER
- TEMPLE BAR
- THE CUSTOM HOUSE - It is considered as one of the jewels of the city's architectural crown. A masterpiece of European neoclassicism that took 10 years to build and was completed in 1791.

DUBLIN WALKING TOURS (EAST) with travel / visit:
LIFFEY RIVER
THE CONVENTION CENTER DUBLIN
DUBLIN PORT
GRAND CANAL
BORD GAIS ENERGY THEATER
PARLIAMENT SQUARE
TRINITY COLLEGE
OLD LIBRARY
OSCAR WILDE
MERRION SQUARE
NATIONAL GALLERY OF IRELAND
LEINSTER HOUSE
NATIONAL MUSEUM
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS OF DUBLIN
ST STEPHEN'S GREEN
GRAFTON STREET
TEMPLE BAR
HA'PENNY BRIDGE
O'CONNELL BRIDGE
O'CONNELL STREET

NORTH COAST & MALAHIDE CASTLE TOUR with tour / sightseeing :
THE CASINO, MARINO
MALAHIDE CASTLE
MALAHIDE MARINA & VILLAGE
PORTMARNOCK
HOWTH
CLONTARF
NORTH BULL ISLAND


Accommodation:
Jacobs Inn Hostel - Good location, close to major attractions, bus stop, shops and supermarkets. Good facilities, well equipped kitchen to make meals (dinner). Good atmosphere and friendliness of the staff. Good value for money. http://www.jacobsinn.com/
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JACOBS INN HOSTEL

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LIFFEY RIVER

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THE CONVENTION CENTRE DUBLIN

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DUBLIN PORT

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CHURCH

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GRAND CANAL

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BORD GAIS ENERGY THEATRE

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TRINITY COLLEGE

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THE BERKELEY LIBRARY

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OLD LIBRARY

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OSCAR WILDE

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MERRION SQUARE

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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF IRELAND

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GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS OF DUBLIN

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ST STEPHEN'S GREEN

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GRAFTON STREET

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TEMPLE BAR

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HA'PENNY BRIDGE

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LIFFEY RIVER

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O`CONNELL BRIDGE

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O`CONNELL STREET

5 comments

  • Photo of fernandapacheco

    fernandapacheco Jun 15, 2016

    I have followed this trail  View more

    Adorei a cidade, os pubs, os jardins, povo alegre e amistoso. Recomendo!

  • Photo of LuisRocha

    LuisRocha Jun 15, 2016

    É agradável percorrer Dublin a pé com tempo para descobrir e apreciar cada um dos inúmeros recantos. Há museus com entradas gratuitas, muitos parques verdes para relaxar. Muito bom!

  • Photo of PicosAlpinos

    PicosAlpinos Jun 17, 2016

    Fica a vontade de ir até Dublin para caminhar pelas suas ruas, visitar os museus, descansar nos belos jardins e beber uma Guinness num dos seus inumeros pubs... Um fim de semana é suficiente?
    Obrigado pela partilha!

  • Photo of Caminhantes

    Caminhantes Jun 17, 2016

    Olá Picos Alpinos, obrigado pelos comentários!
    Ficamos três dias completos em Dublin, mas dois foram suficientes para conhecer a cidade, o terceiro dia foi destinado a passeio pela costa norte e castelo de Malahide... Se a ideia for só conhecer Dublin, o fim de semana é suficiente!
    Boas caminhadas!

  • Marcia Madeira Jun 20, 2016

    caminhada cultural interessante

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