Tourism is one of Ireland's biggest industries and Dublin is officially Europe's most popular city tourist destination, with an estimated 3 million visitors in 1998. The Irish government tourist authority is called Bórd Fáilte (from the Irish, pronounced "board foil-che", literally meaning "board of welcome"). The main Dublin office is located in the centre of town in a beautifully restored old church, and offers all the services you will need:
Tourism Centre (O50 map l49o51)
Other offices are located at
Accommodation services are provided in these offices but it is best to book accommodation in Dublin in advance of any arrival. To browse lists of hotels, hostels and guesthouses, use the accommodation section of Softguide Dublin, where you can also book online. Alternatively, for a wide range of accommodation in hotels, guesthouses, featuring discounts and specials, use the online BookAssist service (www.bookassist.com) or enter your arrival and departure dates in the form on the right of this page to obtain listings of avaialbe hotel rooms in the city.
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