Exploring Dublin

Exploring Dublin

There is so much to see and do in Dublin that it can be a hard to choose how to spend your time there. Do you go admire the history and architecture or do you go to spend your days at Temple Bar mingling with the locals and enjoying the local brews? If you just simply can’t decide, here are a few options to consider.

River Liffey

Top 6 Things To Do in Dublin

Whether you have already booked your hotel or you are just in the early stages of planning a trip to Dublin then you might...

Prettiest public spaces in Dublin

We won’t lie to you, here at the Mont Clare Hotel we feel very lucky to be in such a beautiful city. When we...
Dublin Zoo

Things to do in Dublin with your family.

Traveling with kids can be challenging as we all know, kids like to be occupied. In Dublin, you do not have to worry about...

Top tourist spots near the Mont Clare Hotel

The Mont Clare hotel is ideally located in Dublin’s city centre. There is plenty of exciting activities and tours which you can do and...
VHI Women's mini marathon

VHI Women’s Mini Marathon – what is it all about?

Being organised since 1983, the VHI Women's mini marathon event has grown to one of the biggest of its kind in the world. Starting...

What to do in Dublin with children and teenagers

It could be tricky to find attractions to fit the whole family when going on holiday. That is why we have put together a...

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...
Dublin Events

Dublin events in April

The Ball Festival 2017 This is purely student festival in Dun Laoghaire, just a short DART ride to get there. The event will take place...
Tips to travel dublin

8 tips to travel Dublin on a budget

Combine your stay and flight Keep in mind that you get the best rates if you book both, flight and room, together. Websites such as...
Chirstchurch Dublin

Dublin’s history in a time-lapse

Dublin is a city with big cultural significance. The name of Dublin comes from Gaelic Dubh Linn which means nothing more than the black pool...

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