Streetwise Dublin Map is a laminated city center map of Dublin, Ireland. The accordion-fold pocket size travel map has an integrated Luas rail lines & stations. An index of hotels, points of interest, cultural sites and parks is clearly listed.
Main Dublin Map 1:16,000
Temple Bar Map 1:7,500
Dublin Area Map 1:16,000
Dimensions: 4" x 8.5" folded, 8.5" x 24" unfolded
Dublins economic boom, combined with its cultural zest and vitality, make it the place to be in the 21st century. High tech firms have set up shop throughout Ireland to take advantage of the educated population and relatively low wages. As a result one-third of all PC's in Europe are now made in Ireland and the country has become the Silicon Valley of the UK. With such economic growth, it's no wonder Ireland is referred to as the Celtic Tiger. Nowhere else in Europe or the UK will you witness such a furious building pace and zeal to expand a city as you will in Dublin.
The city is split in half by the river Liffey: the north side, historically the working class part of town and the south which has always been home to the bankers and brokers of the day. Today, both sides are experiencing the fortune of a healthy economy and the desire to renew. The south side is home to Temple Bar, where youll find a concentration of pubs, restaurants, shops, and galleries. Nearby, Trinity College looms large at the Southern end of Grafton St, the citys most exclusive shopping street. The north side is adding shopping and housing as part of the Docklands redevelopment plan. Hapenny Bridge is only one of the many bridges that link the two sides of this picturesque waterway. Walking is the best way to experience Dublins many pleasures. Youll see Dublins famed stately Georgian homes situated around Merrion Square. And even if you dont drink youll enjoy the convivial experience of the Dublin pub scene.
This is the only map we publish which contains a special index list of pubs! All this and more is available on the STREETWISE® map of Dublin. The Dublin Area inset map will help navigate you in and around Dublin to such places as the Dublin Airport or day trip excursions outside the city. A complete index of hotels, points of interest, cultural sites and parks is clearly listed. The pocket size map of Dublin is laminated for durability and accordion folding for effortless use. To enhance your visit to Dublin, check out the Michelin Green Guide to Ireland which details sites and attractions using a star-rating system so you can prioritize your trip based on your time and interest. For a selection of the best restaurants and hotels, buy the red MICHELIN Guide Great Britain & Ireland. For driving or to plan your trip to and from Dublin, use the Michelin Ireland Road and Tourist Map No. 712.