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.

Things to do in Dublin if you like live music

Live music in Dublin is just something you expect to experience when coming to Dublin. Laughter, singing, dancing, chatting. It all belongs together… Read on below to find out about the top places to experience live music and it does not necessarily have to be in a pub! Stroll through Grafton Street Already many singers […]

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Backpacking and student travel around Dublin

Dublin is the most visited city of Ireland and probably for some, the only one. It is not always easy to travel on a budget but it’s possible. Here are some tips from us for you on how to keep your wallet in your pocket (mostly): EAT Make a choice between eating and having drinks.. […]

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Explore Dublin like a Local

Like any great city, Dublin attracts lots of tourists throughout the year and has many attractions to keep them occupied. Whilst you may enjoy seeing the odd attraction or two, the savvy traveller knows that there is also something to be said for exploring a city like a local would; heading off the beaten track […]

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Why Everyone must visit Dublin cinemas This year

Lighthouse cinema The Lighthouse cinema is an art cinema with four screens, situated in Dublin city. It features both a bar and a car park. This makes it one of the best rated and preferred Dublin cinemas. It’s not about showing basic movies such as Fast and the Furious but about showing independent movies with […]

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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 is just nothing more healing to your stress than kneading dough or decorating some cupcakes. It also provides and outlet for emotions. If you love baking, you might want to read […]

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 on April 28th at St. Michael’s Pier and tickets are available for sale online. There will be a huge line up with artists such as Bakermat, Gavin James, Waze & […]

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 Expedia, Momondo, Lastminute and Travelocity make that possible. Travel off-season Most people travel during school holidays, on weekends or during Spring and Summer time. You should try and save money […]

Easter festivities at O’Callaghan Hotels

Next to St Patrick’s day, Easter is one of the most important holidays of the year. Hotels are posting  about the upcoming events weeks in advance and behind closed doors, there is much preparation is going on for the these special days. Easter at work Back in the days, Easter used to be a holiday reserved mainly for […]

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 near Dublin castle which united River Liffey and the Poddle Stream. Why Dublin is such a famous and well-chosen travel destination? Read below and find out. The Vikings Dublin is […]

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