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Dublin

Dublin offers magnificent Georgian architecture, historic churches, modern galleries, parks and gardens, lively bars and acclaimed restaurants.

A magnet for artists and academics both past and present, this city, the cultural capital of Ireland, is a rich mix of old and new and a fascinating place to stay. We’ve visited Dublin countless times and we’d definitely recommend that you take your time to get to know the city. Meander through the streets to appreciate the beautiful buildings, especially the colourful Georgian doors. Be enticed into one of the many old pubs and linger over your Guinness – there’s always someone who’ll give you the benefit of their ‘expert’ local knowledge. Ride the DART out of town and take in the sea air at the coastal resorts of Dalkey, Howth, Blackrock and Dun Laoghaire or to just sit by the banks of the Liffey and watch the world go by for a while. We promise you won’t be disappointed.

Top Tips

Appreciate the life and works of the famous writer at the James Joyce Centre in the heart of old Georgian Dublin.

Shop at the Powerscourt Centre, with its artisan shops and cafes, Irish designer boutiques, antique stores and jewellers.

Take an open-top bus tour to get your bearings. Choose one with a live driver/guide and you will also experience some typical Dub humour.

Follow in the footsteps of The Queen, Barack Obama and countless others, with a visit to The Guinness Storehouse.

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Dublin’s intellectual heart, Trinity College, founded in 1592, is a must-see. Get up early to wander through this beautiful campus to appreciate it at its tranquil best. Marvel at the stunning Book of Kells, the 1,200-year-old illuminated manuscript, or maybe visit the cutting edge Science Gallery with its innovative approach to new discoveries.  Discover the city’s literary credentials in the Dublin Writers Museum, including personal letters and writings from Shaw and Wilde, Yeats, Joyce and Beckett. Sink a pint and uncover the story behind the country’s national drink at the Guinness Storehouse.  Visit the GPO, site of the famous 1916 Easter Rising, or catch a new Irish play at the Abbey Theatre. Admire the exhibitions at The Hugh Lane Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art and the stunning architecture of St Patrick’s Cathedral.

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