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Situated on Ireland's east coast, Dublin is buzzing right now. Originally a Viking city, the Republic of Ireland's capital mixes its medieval background with a palpable buoyancy to create..
St Stephen's Green is a historic city parkland in the centre of Dublin. It is adjacent to Grafton Street - a shopping hub which includes the "St Stephens Green Shopping Centre".
Over a thousand years old, Ireland's capital Dublin is situated on the east coast and about half way down the island. It is a colourful city, full of history, interesting sites and irish..
Trinity College is situated in the centre of Dublin, opposite to the irish Houses of Parliament. Founded by Queen Elizebeth I in 1592 Trinity College is one of the seven ancient..
Situated next to the next to the Liffey River in Central Dublin, the Temple Bar district is world famous for being the lively cultural centre of Dublin.
With a long rich history dating..
The Guiness Storehouse is reputed to be the Number 1 attraction for international visitors to Ireland. Over 4 million people have visited the storehouse since it opened in the year 2000...
Dublin’s oldest building, Christ Church Cathedral was founded c.1030 by the King of the Dublin Norsemen and is now one of Dublin’s best known landmarks.
Close to the centre of Dublin, Ireland's capital city and heartbeat is the original site of the Jameson's Distillery. The site has been the home of the famous Jameson's Whiskey since John..
Kilmainham Gaol was once a controversial part of irelands history noted for the large amount of men and women that died there or or were transported to far away colonies for their..
Situated on the elevated coastline between Balbriggan and Skerries Ardgillan Demesne is unique among Dublin’s Regional Parks for the magnificent views it enjoys. Built in 1738, the Castle..
Visit Croke Park Croke Park on Dublin’s northside is the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). The remarkable 82,000-capacity stadium has been voted one of the best..
A Dublin icon, the Ha’penny Bridge is the oldest pedestrian crossing over the River Liffey. Erected in 1816 as the Wellington Bridge, it acquired its better known nickname from the..
Millennium Bridge is the Ha’penny bridge’s neighbour and is also a pedestrian bridge across the River Liffey. Made of concrete and steel it was erected in 1999 to commemorate the new..
Skerries, a picturesque and historic seaside town lying on east coast of Ireland, only 35 minutes from Dublin city is a real gem with great seafood dining.
Situated in the heart of Temple Bar, Oliver St. John Gogarty’s is Dublin’s most renowned Traditional Irish Bar that has received worldwide acclaim for its traditional Irish music..
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