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.

Complete guide on Public Transport in Dublin

If you are coming to Dublin soon you might be interested in how to get around the city with public transport. In fact, this...
Christmas Shopping

Best places to do Christmas shopping for elderly relatives

If you’re visiting Dublin for a weekend in the run-up to Christmas, it’s a great opportunity to get some of your present shopping done. Sure,...

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...
Christmas Lights

The most magical spots to see Christmas lights in Dublin this year

Christmas is one of the most magical times of the year and is made even more special by all of the decorations and lights...

Things to do near Merrion Square

Merrion Square is on the Southside of Dublin. It is the largest of the five Georgian Squares built up to 250 years ago in...

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...
St. Patrick's Cathedral

Discover the most historic churches of Dublin

Dublin is known for its rich religious history and a wealth of iconic architecture that has provided places of worship for hundreds of years....
River Rafting

A guide to Dublin for adrenaline junkies

Anyone looking for action-packed activities won’t struggle to feel the excitement in Dublin. The city is packed full of fun things to do for...

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...

A complete guide to Drumcondra in Dublin

Drumcondra is a residential area on the Northside of Dublin. Two rivers flow through the area, the River Tolka and the Royal Canal. You...

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