Author: Stephanie Higgins

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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Things to do in and around Dublin this Halloween

Halloween is not what it used to be especially in Dublin. It has become scarier but also more graphic and artistic. A real event, celebrated in many venues and over almost a week. All the pubs will offer Halloween parties and many attraction special tours. Dublin is definitively the best place to be on the […]

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Bram Stoker Festival: 4 Nights of Deadly Adventures in Dublin

Inspired by the Dublin born gothic author Bram Stocker, the Bram Stocker festival will reveal the gothic side of the city. During this October bank holiday, the festival promises you a program that mixes family-friendly adventures and late night events. From large-scale spectacles to intimate performances in unusual spaces the festival is an opportunity to […]

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Travel with Children to Dublin

Did you know that some of Dublin’s attractions have been specially designed for your little one? With interactive tours and museums, numerous parks and a renowned zoo, the capital of Ireland is definitely a kid-friendly destination. Whether you want to get them into science and history or you prefer fun outdoor activities we guarantee you […]

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Complete guide on Public Transport in Dublin

If you are coming to Dublin soon you might be interested in how to get around the city with public transport. In fact, this is the best way to explore the city because Dublin has a high traffic density so you don’t want to be stuck in a traffic jam. In addition, Dublin is not […]

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5 Facts About Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo is located in the heart of the Phoenix Park. It opened for the first time in 1831 thanks to the Royal Zoological Society of Ireland which was founded a few years earlier. Much more than just a popular family attraction, the Dublin Zoo has a rich history and is involved in conservation projects. […]

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Are you a foodie? Then you must visit Dublin.

Dublin is the place where many new food concepts come to life. It offers a wide variety of food experiences for everyone. In Dublin, chefs are in constant search of quality, creativity and are dedicated to locally sourced ingredients. The Irish agriculture and the quality of our seas provide top class raw materials for delicious dishes […]

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