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Historic Cork is one of Ireland’s loveliest cities. Only Dublin beats it in size, and Cork has a strong character and sense of identity, celebrating Irish poetry, theater, song and dance. The city ...
If you take a map of Ireland and draw a horizontal line more or less across the middle, you’ll find Dublin on the eastern side and Galway Bay to the west. That means the celebrated charms of ...
With over 30 museums, there’s a museum for anything and everyone in Dublin, with some of Europe’s best history, art and literature exhibitions, as well as some more unusual offerings (yes, there’s ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, July 2012
Not too hilly, not totally flat, Dublin is one of those cities that is perfect for cycling. Like most major cities these days, the inner city is becoming increasingly clogged as people still insist ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, October 2012
With its rich literary history, landmark architecture and vibrant pub culture, Ireland’s capital has plenty to entice visitors to its shores, but with prices on par with the rest of Western Europe, a ...
Written by Viator, May 2013
Music in Dublin has a penchant for lively Irish dancing and beer-fuelled pub sing-alongs, so it’s no surprise that Dublin’s music scene makes a popular haunt for music lovers. While music fans will ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, April 2012
Dublin is a UNESCO City of Literature. There are only a few of them in the world (Dublin, Edinburgh , Melbourne , Reykjavik
and Iowa City) so it’s significant and worth adding into your ...
From riotous pub-crawls to a packed calendar of city festivals, Dublin knows a thing or two about how to throw a party. Vibrant parades, talented buskers and an endless supply of Guinness are on the ...
Dublin might not boast an iconic lookout point like the London Eye or the Eiffel Tower, but there are still a number of ways to get a great view of the city. Whether sipping a hearty pint of Guinness ...
Whether you’re traveling Dublin on a tight budget or blew your travel funds on one of the city’s notorious pub-crawls, there are plenty of ways to explore the Irish capital for free. Here are some ...
With an abundance of scenic landscapes and historic sights easily reachable from Dublin, there are plenty of options for getting out of the city. Wicklow, known as the ‘Garden of Ireland’ thanks to ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, December 2012
Whether you’re pushed for time or just want an easy way to cruise around the sights, Hop-on Hop-Off bus tours have become a popular way to explore Dublin, with local guides providing plenty of ...
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, June 2012
When you feel like a break from the bustling city life of Dublin, do what the Dubliners do and head for a walk along the Howth Coastal Path. The small village of Howth is located 9.5 miles (15 ...
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