Dublin 3 is one of 24 postal districts of the City of Dublin in County Dublin. The neighbourhood is mainly built up of residential housing and parkland, and underneath runs part of the main Port Tunnel. It runs under Fairview Park, networking the port to the main towns north on the east of Ireland via the M1 and E01 roads.

The Dublin Port Tunnel was built to relieve the severe traffic congestion that was causing major issues at the start of the 2000's. It initially opened to only to heavy goods vehicles travelling to and from Dublin Port when the tunnel opened at the end of 2006, opening to all traffic at the start of 2007. This has been of much benefit to public transport, pedestrians and cyclists, as well as improving the air quality in the capital city, and not to mention, preventing delays when meeting a high-class courtesan in the area!


The historic Croke Park is one of Dublin 3's most iconic attractions. It is the fourth largest stadium in Europe and is home to the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). This impressive venue is not only the site of major sporting events but also hosts concerts by international artists. Visitors can take a guided tour of the stadium and the GAA Museum, which offers an insight into the history and cultural significance of Gaelic games in Ireland.

For a more peaceful and serene experience, visitors can explore the beautiful St. Anne's Park, a 240-acre public park featuring woodlands, landscaped gardens, and walking trails. The park is also home to the Rose Garden, a popular spot for families and nature lovers, and a variety of outdoor sculptures, including the famous Clock Tower.

In the charming coastal suburb of Clontarf, Dublin 3 offers a picturesque seaside promenade that stretches along the coast and offers stunning views of Dublin Bay. This is the perfect spot for a leisurely stroll, a scenic bike ride, or a refreshing dip in the sea. The nearby Bull Island is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and a haven for birdwatching enthusiasts, with its diverse range of habitats and species.

Dublin 3 also boasts a rich cultural scene, with a variety of venues offering live music, theatre, and art exhibitions. The Axis Arts Centre in Ballymun is a popular destination for contemporary performances and community events, while the Casino Marino, a stunning 18th-century neoclassical building, offers guided tours and occasional exhibitions.

For a taste of the local gastronomy, Dublin 3 is home to a range of restaurants, cafés, and pubs, offering both traditional Irish cuisine and international flavours. Many establishments host live music and entertainment, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the authentic Dublin atmosphere.


Even with less congestion thanks to the new routes through the area, you still may want to enjoy the companionship of one of the courtesans without the hassle of having to venture out. You’d be happy to hear that the ladies, including masseuses and dominatrixes, would be able to set up outcall appointments with you!

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