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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! ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, March 2013
With dozens of castles set in spectacular locations around the country, there’s no excuse for not paying a visit to at least one of Ireland ’s
historic landmarks. Whether you fancy staying in a ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, January 2012
The ‘Bilingual Capital of Ireland’, Galway is the country’s third largest city after Dublin and Cork, and is the gateway to the Irish-speaking part of the nation. You’ll find much of the town ...
With its many renowned National museums and a number of culturally significant literary haunts (the Chester Beatty Library Museum and the Dublin Writer’s Museum are both well worth a visit) it would ...
In 1872 a young Irish athlete called Henry Wallace Doveton Dunlop realized his dream: to build Dublin a proper, dedicated sports venue. Landsdowne Road Stadium, only about a mile from St Stephen’s ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, February 2013
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 ...
The world is fascinated by the Titanic. I suppose that originated with the statement that the ship was unsinkable. Perhaps there is that human need to understand why something we thought was true ...
In 2010 Dublin was named one of UNESCO’s Cities of Literature (of only five) which is hardly surprising given the rich literary scene, both past and present.
Each year in April, the city holds ...
Written by Dublin Expert: Rob, Ireland, April 2011
It's been a long time coming but now it's arrived: Dublin is officially the fourth UNESCO city of literature. It's only right and proper that a city that has punched above its weight should be ...
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 ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, September 2012
With its rich, religious history, it’s unsurprising that the Irish capital is home to some fine churches. Walking tours are also becoming a popular way for visitors to experience the city’s ...
With almost as many museums in the city as pubs, Dublin’s reputation as a cultural center remains secure, but the best thing about the city’s impressive art and science exhibits is that a huge number ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, September 2011
Dublin is renowned for its historic buildings and lovely architecture. During October you can get behind those facades during Open House weekend, this year October 7th-9th. Run by the Irish ...
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