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.

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...

Have you visited the national gallery of Ireland?

Situated in Merrion Square West, The National Gallery of Ireland is only a few steps away from the hotel. Even if you are not...
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...

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,...

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...
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Dublin travel guide for Sports fans

For all rugby fans, out there: Irish rugby is great to watch and very well respected throughout the country. Annual games are held in...

Dublin Tours and More!

There is so much to see and do in Dublin that it can be a hard to choose how to spend your time there....
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5 extraordinary things to do in Dublin

Are you also dreaming of doing something different than the usual? St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin Castle and so on... All wonderful sights but just...
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...
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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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