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Guide to Dublin


Boasting a history stretching back to the Vikings, Dublin is a cultural mecca with the Douglas Hyde Gallery and three branches of the National Museum of Ireland among its offerings. The illustrated Book of Kells dates from the ninth century and is housed at Trinity College. Unique sights include the 18th-century Dublin Castle and the River Liffey's Ha'penny Bridge.

A rental motorhome is great for exploring Leinster Province and eastern Ireland. Hiring one of these versatile vehicles allows drivers and their passengers to stay at campsites in picturesque locations such as the Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough Valley or near the beaches of Balbriggan. Heading south from Dublin, Waterford and Wexford are towns with abundant attractions.


Dublin has had a long association with literature and the National Print Museum, Trinity College, Dublin Writers Museum and statues of famous authors bear testament to this. The three National Museums, the National Gallery and the Irish Museum of Modern Art are all within walking range of Trinity.

Dublin Castle was the seat of Ireland's parliament until 1922. A guided tour of the decorative state apartments is a popular activity for visitors. Dublin Zoo is located in Phoenix Park. The 1,700-acre park is inland and on the north bank of the River Liffey. Other park draws are the medieval Ashtown Castle and a herd of wild deer.

The hedge maze is the flagship of Kildare Maze, but crazy golf, a zip-line ride and an assault course are among the other features here which cater to visitors of all age groups. Dublin is one of the few capital cities with its own beaches. North Bull Island can be reached via a causeway from Dollymount Strand and has a nice sunbathing beach.


Roundwood Caravan & Camping Park provides convenient access to Wicklow and Glendalough. The motorhome site is shaded by tall trees and around 30kms from central Dublin. A bus service links the two. Onsite amenities include a television lounge, laundry, a campers' kitchen and children's playground.

Camac Valley Caravan & Camping Park is a short distance from the M50 Dublin bypass and Corkagh Park. It is a pleasant site with abundant wildlife in the vicinity. Onsite amenities include washing machines and a kitchen.

North Beach Caravan & Camping Park faces the Irish Sea from the town of Rush. A pristine location and convenient beach access as well as facilities including those to do laundry have made this a preferred campsite for people on motorhome holidays in Dublin.


Driving in Dublin can be challenging at times. Some city roads are restricted access or not wide enough for the bigger motorhomes. The M50 swings around the west side of the city and links to roads for onward destinations. When crossing the country it is easy to understand why the country is nicknamed the Emerald Isle. Ireland drives on the left. The alcohol limit for drivers is 0.05 per cent and police can pull motorists over without reasonable cause.

  • Speed limits in cities: 50kph (30kph in restricted zones).
  • Speed limits on national roads: 80kph to 120kph.
  • Help number: 112 or 999.
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