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Dublin flies the grand tradition of the classic Irish pub high and proud. After all, it's the home to Ireland's oldest pub (The Brazen Head, dating back to 1198!), and is currently home to around ...
Words and music are the lifeblood of this literary city, so here's a suggested three-day itinerary that will get you into that Dublin frame of mind. Don't worry, we've included plenty of pubs! ...
These are places in Dublin where you’ll find the locals having a pint, a coffee or a meal. Dubliners are all about getting out and about and socializing over good food and drink, the craic as they ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, January 2012
From January 25-29th 2012, the 7th annual Irish Music and Culture Festival will bring Temple Bar and the rest of Dublin alive during the cold days and dark nights of winter. Editor's Note: This ...
Every city has its key landmark café that has survived the test of time; in Dublin that café is Bewley’s .
Beginning in the tea trade in the 19th century, the Bewley family moved
Note From Viator : On March 17th, Guinness Storehouse will present anybody with the first name Patrick, or indeed any variation of the name, with a special complimentary pass, otherwise known as ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, April 2012
Dublin is a city of pubs. It is the place people go to eat, drink, relax, laugh, and for the craic, as they say in Ireland. You’d be hard-pressed to go to Dublin and not end up in at least one pub. ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, October 2012
It’s impossible to visit Dublin without having at least a taste of the country’s national brew – Guinness – but for serious beer lovers, the city has a whole host of places that will broaden your ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, August 2011
As if Dublin needed an excuse to get out and party; the 2011 Absolut Fringe Festival
is on from September 10-25. That’s sixteen days of over one hundred
performances, music, theatre, comedy, ...
Ireland is famous
for its music: jigs, polkas, reels. The harp, the accordion, the fiddle.
Traditionally Irish music was based in the community or the extended
family; you invited people over ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, January 2013
You can’t get more romantic than the
resting place of Saint Valentine himself (relics of the patron Saint are
located in the Whitefriar Street Church) and Dublin offers the perfect backdrop for ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, February 2012
Yes, the day of green beer is growing closer, the day of the year when all of Ireland goes crazy for their patron Saint Patrick, he who rid the country of snakes and made it the green and pleasant ...
It is a well-known pattern of cities that over time business changes, industries close down or shift away, and whole areas fall into decline and decay. Rents drop and artists move in. Gradually the ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, September 2011
No trip to Ireland would be complete without a trip to a good Irish pub. Luckily, The Stag’s Head Pub is right in the heart of Dublin but it is a hidden gem. This means that those propped on the ...
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