Dublin Bay is the reason for Dublin. It also makes Dublin unique among cities... It is a beautiful natural setting within walking distance of the city centre. Dublin Bay stretches from the Hill of Howth in the North, around to DunLaoighre in the South, with the Dublin Mountains in the background. Here are two great ways to see it. 1. Take the Dart suburban rail lilne which runs along the coast. Go to Howth or DunLaoighre, or both. 2. Go to the South Wall and walk on the water. The South Wall is the harbour wall on the South side of the river. It stretches out into the bay for one kilometre. You will feel like you are walking on water. The Bay is wrapping around you at this point. Well worth a visit, but not easy to get to, as it is undeveloped as a destination. To get there you could use a taxi, or a citybike. It is at the base of the powerstation, whose red and white chimneys are a landmark on the bay. It is a quiet spot. Best for ladies to go with a friend for that reason.
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