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About Dublin, Ireland

Welcome to Dublin, a city of fun, culture and of course Guinness. The best way to experience the city is on foot. Take a stroll from St Stephen’s Green to Temple Bar, walk along the Liffey and amble around Trinity College. On your way you’ll find historic buildings, crooked streets and cosy pubs. Often on weekends you’ll find the traditional Irish pubs are filled with live music and you’ll often be encouraged to join in with the fun. While the city has a lot of visitors, you’ll find the locals are very welcoming and open to meeting new people.

Originally a Viking settlement, Dublin has built its identity from a history of invasions and revolutions. You can learn about the country’s Celtic roots in the Nation Museum of Ireland and then experience contemporary Dublin with a few hours’ shopping on Grafton Street. It’s a bustling modern city with a rich history, so whether you’re travelling alone or with family, Dublin has plenty to offer.

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With over 300 hotels and apartments in Dublin, you have plenty of choice when it comes to finding a place to stay. If you’re looking for a townhouse in the centre of Temple Bar, or a quiet guestroom in the leafy suburbs, we’ll help you find somewhere to suit your trip. To make life easier we’ll also help you find the best flights available and can arrange transfers and car hire.

When To Go

Being so close to the UK, Dublin gets most of the same weather and summer gives you the best chance for sunny days in the city. St Patrick’s Day is in March, so if you’re looking to party this is a good time to travel. Autumn can also be lovely with the leaves turning orange and brown, as long as you remember to wrap up in a thick coat.

Where to Stay

Dublin is small enough that all the main attractions are within walking distance of each other. A hostel in Temple Bar is the main location if you’re looking to party, while the area around Trinity College will provide more refined hotels. Further out in the suburbs you’re likely to find leafy guesthouses that are normally only a short bus-ride to the centre.