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Dun Laoghaire Guide

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Located just seven miles south of Dublin, Dun Laoghaire is a prime ferry port in Ireland, and is the first stop for thousands of visitors arriving in Ireland every year. Rich in history, the town also offers plenty of recreational activities, as well as a peaceful atmosphere. Opt for car hire in Dun Laoghaire and compare the market with us today. We aim to find you the cheapest available deals online, so we compare quotes from over fifty leading rental companies such as Europcar, Thrifty and Sixt to ensure we do.

Explore Dun Laoghaire

The harbour is the main attraction here in Dan Laoghaire and is the focal point of its many leisure activities. At the seaside you can stroll along the shore, swim, sail, fish, windsurf, scuba-dive or enjoy the high speed exhilaration of the exciting SeaThrill rides around the bays.

A walk around the town is the best way to discover some of Dun Laoghaire’s sites. The Town Hall exhibits beautiful Venetian-style architecture, especially its colourful stonework, large arched windows and circular balconies. For many generations Adelaide House has always been occupied, and interestingly, it is the only house in Dun Laoghaire with two doors at the front of the property. The National Maritime Museum, celebrating Ireland’s maritime tradition, is also well worth a visit.

Dun Laoghaire boasts a wide variety of restaurants to suit everyone’s palate and budget, as well as cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and pubs playing traditional ‘diddle aye’ music. Visit Smyths Pub, which not only retains an ‘old world’ atmosphere, but is legendary.

Daytrips out of town allow you to savour the pleasures of the countryside. Nearby are several quality golf courses for you to practice your swing, while there are countless footpaths to explore in the county’s hills. One such path is the famous Wicklow Way, which takes you through South County Dublin and on into County Wicklow, which is a walker’s paradise.

Transport

By air
The closest airport is Dublin International; from there it is only a short drive to Dun Laoghaire. Car rental services at the airport are Hertz, Budget, Avis, Europcar, and Dooley. Book car hire at Dublin Airport in advance and suppliers such as Thrifty, Enterprise and Sixt are also available.

By boat
The passenger ferry from Wales brings travellers right to the town.

By train
There is also a frequent commuter-rail service on the DART, which takes you to Dublin’s city centre within 25 minutes.

By car
A well developed highway makes easy access to the eastern side of Dublin, though Ireland generally doesn’t have an extensive highway system, and many routes out of the area are provincial roads.

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