Author: Stephanie Higgins

Dublin’s Best Route: Trinity to Christ Church

We always tend to take the shortest route when going to a point A to a point B. But sometimes, the shortest way is not the best and going slightly off-piste will lead you into countless discoveries. So why not take your time and embellish your experience with our guide to the best route from […]

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Art galleries in Dublin: five not to miss

If you are a bit of an art buff, Dublin is home to a generous number of galleries. Here is a list of five that you should not miss while coming to Ireland’s capital. The Douglas Hyde Gallery This contemporary public art gallery is located in the historical setting of Trinity College in Dublin 2. […]

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Cemeteries of Dublin

Cemeteries are usually not on our attractions to do list when visiting Dublin. But they are part of the Ireland cultural heritage and history. They also provide an oasis of tranquillity in this busy city, a place of reflexion and peace. So let us introduce you to some charming cemeteries that are worth popping in. […]

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Dublin Gallery Weekend

During one weekend in November, Dublin’s galleries take over the city with a rich program. Curious and art buff are welcome to discover exclusive visual art and participate in workshops.  Don’t miss this fabulous weekend, from the 23rd to the 26th of November. Almost 40 art galleries and museums across the city have joined together […]

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The 7 best open mic nights in Dublin

Music and stage arts are part of the Dubliner culture as well as Irish culture in general. There are a couple of places where you can enjoy a drink while listening to poets, storytellers, musicians and singers. Feeling a bit talented yourself? Why not pop on stage for a small performance! Here is a list […]

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Things to do near Merrion Square

Merrion Square is on the Southside of Dublin. It is the largest of the five Georgian Squares built up to 250 years ago in 1762. This part of the city has an amazing architecture with wide streets, flower beds, high buildings with colourful doors and a charming park as a centrepiece. It is home to […]

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Craft beer pubs in Dublin

Having a pint of the black stuff is definitely part of Dublin pubs experience. But it has been a few years now that the city is up to changes in its beer offering. So if you are willing to pay for a forward-thinking drink, Dublin is also the place to be. Here is a list […]

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Dublin Theatre Festival

The Dublin Theatre Festival is an annual event that takes place in the capital since 1957, making it the oldest but also one of the greatest theatre festival of the world. It takes place over 18 days from the last Thursday in September to the second Saturday in October. In total it is not less […]

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