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.

Boot Walking

These Boots Were Made for Walking

You will find with many capital cities that star attractions can be found at quite close proximity to each other; in London a quick...
Badger at Natural History Museum in Dublin

A visit to Dublin’s Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum is popular with visitors on a family holiday in Dublin. It is also referred to as the Dead Zoo by...

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...
National Botanic Gardens, Dublin, Ireland

Popular attractions to explore in Dublin

Dublin the capital of Ireland is an amazingly picturesque city to visit. It has seen a steady rise in popularity as a tourist destination...
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...
Ha'Penny bridge on River Liffey

The Ha’Penny bridge – A bridge of many names and stories

As you might know, Dublin is a city famous for its bridges. The North and the South split by River Liffey, are connected only...
The Great Irish Bake

The Great Irish Bake 2017

Baking is beneficial for your mind and soul since it lets you focus on the present and distracts you from your everyday issues. There...
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...
Trinity College Dublin

5 Free Things to do in Dublin

We appreciate that not everyone travelling to Dublin will have lots of money to put towards paying entry fees for attractions and luckily, for...
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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