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Dublin boasts a cracking zoo, the 11th-century Christ Church Cathedral, and a plethora of literary pubs befitting its status as one of just five UNESCO Cities of Literature on the planet. You can raise a pint to writers like James Joyce and Bram Stoker, or explore the life and works of poet WB Yeats at the National Library.

City footwork:

Dublin’s a great city to explore on foot. From the gracious city parks of Merrion Square and Iveagh Gardens, to the grand Georgian architecture and alfresco café culture of South William and Drury Streets, there’s a lot to divert your attention. And don’t forget Temple Bar – a cobblestoned cultural enclave of galleries, restaurants, hopping pubs and the lively Meeting House Square.

Dublin is City of Villages & Capital coastlines:

Poets, artists, dreamers, fashionistas, foodies, storytellers and the true-blues have all carved out little havens, villages of like-mindedness within the patchwork of the city. Hop on the Luas, Dublin’s Tram Line and visit Smithfield, Stonybatter, Ranelagh, and Rathmines to name but a few. A ride on the suburban Dart train whisks you north to cliff walks around Howth, or south to the coastal villages of Blackrock, Monkstown, Dun Laoghaire, Glasthule, Dalkey and Killiney. It’s in these seaside gems that you’ll find some of the city’s best seafood, waterfront festivals and sandy beaches.

Dublin has an exciting food scene – there’s naturally lots of good Irish grub, in both traditional and modern forms, but you'll also find a tasty selection of ethnic eateries spanning most global cuisines.

The pub is a place dear to the heart of every Dubliner but you'll find that cafés, coffee shops and tea shops come in a very close second! There are hundreds of cafés in Dublin offering the finest coffees and teas from around the world along with a wide selection of delicious food and sweet cakes to accompany them.

Dublin’s pubs are slices of our living culture. There’s so much we could say about the craic, atmosphere, culture and history of Dublin pubs but really, there’s no substitute for experience. We've got over 1,000 pubs to spend some time in – here are just a few to get you started.

Everything from high street, unique boutiques, shopping centres, shopping districts, markets plus a whole lot more... Dublin is a great location for a spot of retail therapy, and it’s easy to see why. The city centre itself is compact and you can pack in a great day’s shopping on foot, and a short bus or LUAS trip opens up even more choice in our many suburban shopping centres.

Egans House B&B Unrated
Egans house is an elegant terrace of edwardian houses situated in a quiet residential area but only a stroll away from the city centre. <Br> the comfortable dining room and lounges invite guests to enjoy their warm atmosphere and antique furnishings...
Opened in mid-2011 the generator in dublin is the latest hostel in the popular brand. Located in smithfield market, the hostel occupies an area close to the old jameson distillery within walking distance of temple bar and all major tourist attractions...
In the famous temple bar district, the friendly kinlay house is ideally suited for the younger/budget traveller and offers free wi-fi and spacious rooms. Bars, cafes, bus stops and restaurants are all close by. Available rooms are twin and quad rooms..
Property Location A stay at Abbey Hotel places you in the heart of Dublin, steps from General Post Office and Ha' Penny Bridge. This hotel is close to Dublin Castle and Trinity College.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 21 guestrooms. Cable television..
Abbey Dublin Hotel is a stylish 21 room hotel literally in the centre of Dublin city. Within walking distance of many attractions, this location is desirable for any guest who has an interest in exploring the city during the day or night time. The National..
Superbly located, this is a no frills property with good value en-suite rooms. It is only a few steps from the Academy Music Venue. (GW 02/2012) Location The Abbey Hotel is in Dublin city centre, across the river from Temple Bar and close to the shops,..
Amberley House is a three-star Bed & Breakfast conveniently located in the centre of Dublin. This elegant Georgian townhouse is just five minutes from both Dublin Connolly rail station and the central bus station, which offers regular connections..
Avalon House is a charming hostel in the heart of Dublin. It has 72 comfortable guestrooms and is great value for a resort in the city. The hostels restaurant serves breakfast and lunch and guests can grab a snack at the hostels coffee shop/café...
Right in the heart of dublin, this stylish and vibrant hostel is ideally suited for the younger/budget traveller and offers bright and modern rooms. Single, twin and quad rooms have an ensuite shower room - all beds are bunk beds. The hostel boasts a..
Avondale Guesthouse is conveniently located in the heart of Dublin surrounded by many tourist attractions in Dublin and is a good value resort. Like most buildings in this area of Dublin, Avondale Guesthouse is a 3 storey Georgian Townhouse. Complimentary..
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