Dún Laoghaire: it’s got mountains, it’s got sea. It’s got quick reliable connections into the heart of the city and routes into the countryside as slow as you want them to be. It’s got the 46A, voted Dublin’s number one favourite bus route of all time*.
Dún Laoghaire is a major town with a history of reinventing itself. From salt mine to major port, and from seaside bolthole to major suburban centre, it always finds a way to survive and thrive. It’s easy to get into Dún Laoghaire from IADT and explore its wide range of amenities – including gyms, pools, bars, restaurants, coffee shops, cinemas, parks and the new library, DLR Lexicon. Annual festivals currently cover literature, music (Ukulele Hooley in August appeal to you?) and sport, and the Pavilion Theatre hosts plays and concerts all year round.
Jump on the 46A and come see for yourself.
*It wasn’t really, but we think it should be.