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O'Callaghan Mont Clare Hotel
1-4 Merrion Street Lower
2 Dublin
6.3 / 10
O'Callaghan Alexander Hotel
At Merrion Square
2 Dublin
6.8 / 10
O'Callaghan Stephen's Green Hotel
St. Stephen's Green
2 Dublin
Drury Court Hotel
28-30 Lower Stephen Street
2 Dublin
7.3 / 10
Clyde Court Hotel
Lansdowne Rd, Ballsbridge
4 Dublin
7.2 / 10
Lad Lane Apartments
Cumberland Road, Fitzwilliam Square
2 Dublin
5.8 / 10
Glenogra Guesthouse
64 Merrion Road Ballsbridge
4 Dublin
7.7 / 10
Abberley Court Hotel
Belgard Road, High Street, Tallaght Town Centre
24 Dublin
The Morgan Hotel Dublin
10 Fleet Street
2 Dublin
7.3 / 10
Blakes Townhouse
50 Merrion Road, Ballsbridge
4 Dublin
Green Isle Hotel
Newlands Cross
16 Dublin
Metro Hotel Dublin Airport
Santry Cross, Ballymun
Dublin 9 Dublin
7.8 / 10
My Place Dublin Hotel
Lower Gardiner Street 89
. Dublin
The Ripley Court Hotel
Talbot Street 37
1 Dublin
Kildare Street Hotel
47-49 Kildare Street Hotel
2 Dublin
Fleet Street Hotel
19-20 Fleet Street,Temple Bar
2 Dublin
8.0 / 10
Stillorgan Park Hotel
Stillorgan Road
. Dublin
Latchfords Accommodation
99/100 Lower Baggot Street
2 Dublin
Dublin City Inn
95 - 98 Talbot Street
1 Dublin
6.2 / 10
Hotel Albany House
84 Harcourt Street
D2 Dublin
7.3 / 10
O'Callaghan Davenport Hotel
8-10 Merion Street Lower
2 Dublin
7.9 / 10
Pembroke Townhouse
90 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge
4 Dublin
8.8 / 10
Charles Stewart Guesthouse
5-6 Parnell Square
1 Dublin
Jurys Inn Parnell Street Dublin
Moore Street Plaza
1 Dublin
7.9 / 10
Aspect Hotel Parkwest
Park West Business Campus, Nangor Road
12 Dublin
Trinity Capital Hotel
Pearse Street
2 Dublin
7.3 / 10
The Clarence
6-8 Wellington Quay
2 Dublin
7.4 / 10
Harding Hotel
Copper Alley, Fishamble Street
. Dublin
1.8 / 10
Tara Towers Hotel
Merrion Road
4 Dublin

Cultural Center of Ireland

Dublin is located on the East Coast of Ireland and is not only its largest city but is also the capital of the country and the center of much of the culture there. Because of that, it’s no wonder Dublin attracts so many visitors each year.

From local brews, to known scholars, to shopping, the city has something to offer visitors of all ages.

To get to Dublin, many visitors will arrive from other countries via either air or ferry. Dublin Airport services most arrivals as the busiest airport in Ireland and one of the busiest in Europe. Inside the city, Dublin has an extensive trams called DART and a Luas light rail system.

Arts and Culture

Dublin has a long history of being a place that is well known in the worlds of arts and culture. Many well-known and famous literary figures either were from or spent time in Dublin while writing, leading to a rich history in arts such as James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, William Butler Yeats and Samuel Beckett.

Many pieces of their work are displayed in some of Dublin's many museums and galleries. Some of the more famous would include the National Museum of Ireland, the National Library of Dublin, the National Gallery and the Little Museum of Dublin.

One of the more famous works of art that visitors make the effort to see when in Dublin would be the Book of Kells, a manuscript that was made by Celtic monks over 1,000 years ago, on display at Trinity College.

Nightlife and Entertainment

Some of the biggest draws for many visitors to Dublin include the nightlife and entertainment options. The area has a number of well-known breweries and distilleries, including the Guinness Factory as well as the Jameson Factory.

The biggest hotspot for taking in a bit of local Irish nightlife is the Temple Bar region. Though mostly visited by tourists, there are a number of different bars in the area that showcase some traditional Irish music, drinks and fare. For a fun experience try the Brazen Head, Gravediggers and the Black Door.
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In and around Dublin

Dublin is Ireland’s capital and has plenty to offer for anybody.

The city of pubs and theatres buzzes with life in the historic district Temple, but also provides for several possibilities to go shopping or to visits sights. There are about 110 hotels to choose from, e.g. the family hotel “Harrington House“, the “Globetrotter Townhouse“ that is located directly at the O’Connelstreet and the "Regency Hotel" near the city’s airport. If you have booked a hotel stay excluding breakfast, you may enjoy an All Irish Breakfast at one of the many breakfast bars in town.

The city centre, where most of the hotels are located, is easily accessible by foot. You will reach the sights, such as Dublin Castle or Christ Church Cathedral, the city’s oldest building, by bus, which will only stop if you signal by hand. Please note the left-hand traffic, so you will not go into the wrong direction. For lunch we recommend you to have a sandwich at one of the many tearooms, in a hotel or in town, e.g. in Dawson Street. The Irish will have a full meal only for dinner. The widest street in Europe is O’Connelstreet, which is located in the centre of the city. Here you will find nice restaurants, nearly all large hotels and theatres, playing the pieces of the city’s sons, such as Joyce and Shaw, as well as pubs. In the pub "Lone Stone" you will experience typical Irish music played by hand.

When coming to Dublin, you should not forget taking your umbrella with you, since it rains quiet often in this great town on the Emerald Island.

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