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Dublin Airport is a busy but efficient airport, located 10 km north of the city center. It has two terminals in separate buildings, both with many options for eating, drinking and shopping:
Terminal 1: the oldest terminal, recently renovated, which includes all Ryanair flights.
Terminal 2: a newer, more modern building with a large food court before security. It serves all Aer Lingus flights and most long-haul flights. You will find the handy US authorization facility here.
There is a walkway between the terminals.
Tip: When traveling with children, you can skip the queues by using the 'assist' lane.
Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland and the most populated city on the island. It is located near the center of the east coast on the Irish Sea, at the mouth of the River Liffey and in the center of County Dublin.
One of the busiest areas is Temple Bar, south of the River Liffey. Frequented by tourists from all over the world, it offers places with diverse themes such as the modern Thunder Road Cafe.
Another very visited place is Trinity College, Ireland's most prestigious university, especially since the Book of Kells is on display in its library. In front of the university entrance, about the commercial Grafton Street, stands the statue of Molly Malone. According to a popular Irish song, Molly Malone is a peddler of fish by day and a prostitute by night. Although there have been attempts to verify that it is a historical figure, it could not be confirmed.
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