Category: 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.

Experience Dublin a local! Where do the locals go?

Want to get a real taste of Ireland’s capital? Go local! Locals go to the nicest places of Dublin, without paying the full price in busy touristic areas. Dublin is full of the most amazing bars, restaurants and cultural places. We asked around at the Mont Clare and picked out a few hotspots that we think […]

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Tips for car rental in Dublin airport

Dublin is usually the first stop when visiting Ireland thanks to its international airport. While we recommend you to stay a couple of days to discover Ireland’s amazing capital, we also recommend you to go for a wonder in Ireland amazing countryside, national parks and picturesque villages. So if it is part of your plan […]

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The three must-go shopping venues in Dublin

If you are planning on coming to Dublin and have a shopping addiction you might want to know the three must-go shopping venues. Whether they are unique by their design or their product selection these places are worth popping in and be part of attractions list. Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre Stephen Green West, Dublin 2 […]

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Top City Cycling Spots: Dublin

For those who love cycling, we decided to showcase four of the best cycling spots in Dublin city centre. Phoenix Park The largest city Park of Europe is our top one place. Phoenix Park is the ultimate green escape in Dublin, it stretches over 707hecters. You can easily imagine the cycling opportunity in this park. […]

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Guide to Glasnevin Cemetery Museum in Dublin

One of the most beautiful cemeteries in Europe and a top attraction on TripAdvisor, here is everything you need to know about the Glasnevin Museum, a place of beauty, interest and intrigue… The museum The museum located on its ground is a non-profit organisation which provides visitors insights about the history of the cemetery as […]

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Encountering Parks & Wildlife in Dublin

Visiting a capital doesn’t mean you can’t encounter wildlife. In fact, Dublin has the largest enclosed city park in Europe! It is even home to a herd of wild deer and a zoo! So nature lovers, don’t be scared to visit the City of Dublin, there is a lot of peaceful spots to relax: Dublin […]

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Castles & Stately Homes in Dublin

There are many Castles dotting around Ireland including in Dublin. They are the testament to two key aspects of the Irish history, the clash between the Irish and English during the medieval period and the Anglo-Irish upper class following the eighteenth-century boom period. For visitors, it is a chance to go back in time and […]

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