The Dublin Docklands, the area known as Dublin's waterfront quarter, is a unique part of Dublin that is undergoing a process of regeneration and change, effectively extending the city centre down river. From stunning modern architecture, to historic buildings, to some of Dublin's finest hotels and restaurants, there is something for everyone in Dublin's Docklands!
Places of Interest:
Dublin Docklands is fast becoming a must-see destination on any sightseeing trip of the capital. From stunning modern architecture to historic buildings, from art galleries to river trips – Docklands has got it all.
Food & Drink:
Some of the capital’s newest eateries are to be found in Docklands. As the area expands and develops, there are a growing number of restaurants, cafes and bars that cater to every taste and pocket, as well as specialist food and wine outlets.
How to Get Here:
Dublin Docklands only minutes from the city centre is served by an extensive public transport network. This includes intercity trains, a fast commuter train service (Dart), Dublin Bus services and a light rail network (Luas). In the next few years, transport services to and from Docklands will become even more extensive.