Dublin 1

This is the centre of the city of the city. Dublin's famous landmarks such as the Spire, O'Connell Street, as well as shopping, can be found in this district.

Parnell Street

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Mary Street

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Capel Street

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Dorset Street

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Marlborough Street

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Amiens Street

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Mountjoy Square

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North Wall

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O'Connell Street

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Abbey Street

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Talbot Street

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Dublin 2

Still within the city centre, this district is home to many tech companies and construction as buildings are being refurbished or being built upwards. Mostly residential with some high-rise apartments scattered about.

Harcourt Street

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College Green

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Dawson Street

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Fitzwillian Square

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Kildare Street

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Lord Edwards Street

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Merrion Square

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Nassau Street

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Peasre Street

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St Stephens Green

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Dublin 3

North side of city with historic and suburban neighbourhoods along the northern side of the Dublin Bay.

Clontarf

Huge walking path along the Clontarf Promenade

Access to nearby green areas like Farview Park

Clontarf is a coastal suburb on the northside of Dublin, in Ireland. It is famous for the Battle of Clontarf where the High King of Ireland defeated the Vikings of Dublin.

Ballybough

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Clonliffe

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Dollymount

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East Wall

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Fairview

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Marino

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North Strand

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Dublin 4

Some of south Dublin's most famous and expensive neighbourhoods reside here. Neighbourhoods in this area inhabit the southern side of Dublin Bay.

Ringsend

Close to South Wall and Poolbeg Lighthouse

Close to South side of Dublin Docklands

Rapid development due to proximity to Dublin Docklands

Ringsend is a southside inner suburb of Dublin, the capital of Ireland. It is located on the south bank of the River Liffey, about two kilometres east of the city centre.

Ballsbridge

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Belfield

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Donnybrook

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Irishtown

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Lansdowne Road

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Merrion

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Pembroke

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Sandymount

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Dublin 5

A bit further in into the northern part of the city, this district is home to suburbs within good commuting distance of the city and Saint Annes Park which was once owned by the Guinness Family.

Raheny

Lots of green space - St Anne's Park and Bull Island

Village type vibe

Many nearby facilities - schools, parks, pubs and restaurants

Raheny is a northern suburb of Dublin, Ireland. It is about the same distance away from both the city centre and Howth.

Artane

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Harmonstown

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Kilbarrack

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Dublin 6

This district contains some of Dublin's most popular neighbourhoods. Described as pleasant , historic and cosmopolitan. Neighbourshoods here are largely residential with good transport links.

Rathmines

Cosmopolitan vibe

Shopping and entertainment

Large redbrick houses

Rathmines is a suburb on the southside of Dublin, about 3 kilometres south of the city centre and starts adjacent to the Grand Canal.

Milltown

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Ranelagh

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Rathgar

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Terenure

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Dublin 6W

Suburban neighbourhoods in the south side of Dublin with the River Poddle running through them.

Harold's Cross

Pubs, cafes and shops

Large houses

Small sized green spaces

Harold's Cross is a village on the southern side of Dublin, Ireland.

Kimmage

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Templeogue

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Terenure

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Dublin 7

In Dublin's northside, these district has landmarks such as the Old Jameson Whiskey Distillery, and was first occupied by vikings.

Smithfield

Festivals, Food Markets and Events in the town square

Vibrant community

Smithfield is located on the northern side Dublin. In recent years it's famous for its rejuvenated public square which hosts many vibrant and cultural events.

Arbour Hill

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Broadstone

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Cabra

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Grangegorman

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Oxmantown

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Phibsboro

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Stoneybatter

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Dublin 8

Home to beautiful, historic and cultural neighbourhoods. The Grand Canal runs through some of its neighbourhoods, and the area also hosts landmarks such as the Guinness Brewery.

Portobello

Walking along the Grand Canal

Cafes, restaurants and pubs

Portobello is a village in South Dublin, Ireland known for Victorian red brick houses and the Grand Canal running along its border.

Dolphin's Barn

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Inchicore

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Islandbridge

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Kilmainham

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Merchants Quay

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The Liberties

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Dublin 9

This district has primarily residential neighbourhoods, with a mix of industrial estates, sporting amenities and Victorian houses.

Drumcondra

Quiet, suburban yet urban mix

Access to Croke Park and Gaelic sporting events

Green spaces close by

Drumcondra is an older neighbourhood in the northside of Dublin, Ireland.

Ballymun

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Beaumont

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Donnycarney

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Elm Mount

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Glasnevin

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Griffith Avenue

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Santry

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Whitehall

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Dublin 10

South Dublin suburban district developing from farmlands to residential areas in post-war times.

Ballyfermot

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Ballyfermot is village in south side of Dublin, Ireland approximately 5 miles from the city centre.

Cherry Orchard

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Dublin 11

Mostly residential area with scatterings of business parks in the north side of the city.

Glasnevin

Family oriented living

Green spaces - Parks and Botanic Gardens

Proximity to Dublin City University

Glasnevin is a village in the North of Dublin. Its most famous landmark is the Glasnevin Cemetery.

Ballymun

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Coolquay

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Dubber Cross

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Finglas

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Kilshane Cross

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The Ward

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Dublin 12

This district is home to small suburban neighbhourhoods and business parks bordered by the Grand Canal to the north.

Crumlin

Close to city centre

Community vibe

Crumlin is located in the southside of Dublin, Ireland.

Bluebell

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Drimnagh

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Greenhills

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Perrystown

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Walkinstown

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Dublin 13

District in north Dublin with some neighbhourhoods located on the coastline of the northern boundary of Dublin Bay.

Howth

Seaside location

Good nature walks

Restaurants and entertainment

Howth is a village, once a rural fishing village, that has grown to be a residential outer suburb of Dublin, Ireland.

Ayrfield

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Baldoyle

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Bayside

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Donaghmede

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Sutton

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Dublin 14

Southside residential district with small neighbourhoods further away from the city centre and a few shopping centres.

Rathfarnham

Quiet, residential area

Green spaces - Marlay Park, Bushy Park

Rathfarnham is a village in the southside of Dublin, Ireland.

Churchtown

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Clonskeagh

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Goatstown

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Windy Arbour

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Dublin 15

This northern district is home to Dublin's newer larger outer suburbs and business parks, which were developed from previously small villages.

Blanchardstown

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Blanchardstown, located in the north of Dublin, Ireland, is about 10 km north-west of the city centre.

Ashtown

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Castleknock

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Clonee

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Clonsilla

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Coolmine

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Corduff

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Mulhuddart

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Tyrrelstown

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Dublin 16

A part of Greater Dublin, located on the south side of the Liffey and near the foot of the Dublin Mountains. Mostly residential with some harkings to it rural past.

Ballinteer

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Ballyboden

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Dundrum

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Kilmashogue

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Knocklyon

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Rockbrook

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Dublin 17

This district is home to part-rural suburbs due to development from rural settlements, to the development of residential estates.

Balgriffin

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Belcamp

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Coolock

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Darndale

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Priorswood

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Dublin 18

This southern district contains outer-suburbs of Dublin varying from semi-rural residential near to foot of the Wicklow Mountains, to one of Ireland's biggest business parks.

Leopardstown

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Ballyedmonduff

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Cabinteely

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Carrickmines

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Foxrock

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Kilternan

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Sandyford

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Shankill

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Stepaside

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Ticknock

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Dublin 20

This districts sits in the west of Dublin on either side of the River Liffey and is home to a couple picturesque neighbourhoods.

Palmerstown

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Chapelizod

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Dublin 22

This southern district located in the west of Dublin is home to suburban towns, with a eighth-century round tower as one of the most famous landmarks.

Clondalkin

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Liffey Valley

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Neilstown

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Quarryvale

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Rowlagh

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Dublin 24

Home to one of the largest towns in Dublin, this district has been developed in modern times and absorbed several formerly smaller towns.

Tallaght

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Firhouse

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Jobstown

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Old Bawn

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