Dublin is the capital of Ireland and the largest city in the world. It is located on a lake on the east coast, within the province of Leinster along the Liffey River.
Not limited to the mountains of Dublin, part of the Wicklow Mountain Range, in the south. It has an urban population of 1,173,179 people while the Dublin Region (formerly the Cuban city of Dublin) from 2016 was 1,347,359.  The total area of the Greater Dublin Area was 1,904,806 in the 2016 census.
There is a controversy over archeology as to when the Gaels were founded in Dublin in the year 7 or before. After being expanded as a Viking settlement, the Dublin Kingdom, the city became an Irish settlement after the Norman invasion.
The city grew rapidly from the 17th century and, before the United States in 1800, was the second-largest city in the British Empire. After the fall of Ireland in 1922, Dublin became the capital of the Free State of Ireland and later renamed Ireland.
Dublin is a past and modern center of education, arts, administration, and industry. As of 2018, the city was listed on the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC) as a global city, with the status “Alfa -“, which ranks it among the top thirty cities in the world.
Dublin is a safe city and common sense should be used in the same way in another European city to avoid becoming a victim of crime. As the great wise sparrow once said when you were growing up in the dodgy areas of Dublin – you can live without fear anywhere.
Travelers, Dublin top spot. … Dublin however is very expensive (especially food and alcohol). But with so many people spending a few days here, your budget should not be tight.
Dublin is a warm and welcoming city, known for its friendly people and famous for its fragmentation – a mixture of repetition, humor, ingenuity, and understanding of the light that has attracted writers, critics, and visitors over the centuries.