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Dublin Guide

Welcome to our Dublin Guide

 

Sample a pint of the black stuff at Guinness Storehouse

Take a stroll through Phoenix Park, Europe’s largest urban park

Visit the exotic animals at the historic Dublin Zoo

Enjoy traditional Irish music in the Temple Bar area

Dine out and sample native oysters and Dublin Bay prawns

Learn of famous Dublin writers on a Literary Pub Crawl

 

Travelling to Dublin

Dublin Overview

Travelling To Overview

Dublin has never been so accessible, with Dublin Airport and Dublin Port within easy reach of the city and county.

By Rail

By Rail

The DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) is Dublin's main train service and stretches the full length of Dublin Bay, from Malahide in North County Dublin to Greystones in County Wicklow. You can connect to the regular train service for communities north of Dublin, right up to Belfast.

By Sea

By Sea

Regular ferry services operate between Ireland and the UK bringing both foot passengers and cars through Dublin Port. Today three companies connect Dublin with Holyhead, Liverpool and the Isle of Man. These are Irish Ferries, Stena Line and P&O Ferries.

By Air

By Air

Dublin International Airport is about 12km north from city centre, and is well serviced by buses and taxis. Flights from the UK take little over 1 hour and are available from most regional UK airports. The main carriers are Ryanair and Aer Lingus, although other companies do service Dublin too.

Getting Around in Dublin

Dublin Overview

Getting Around Overview

Getting around Dublin is easy. Use the extensive public bus network for travelling around the city or there's the LUAS tram system and DART train service if you want to go further afield. The city is also easily navigated by bicycle.

By Bus

By Bus

Dublin has an excellent network of bus services that provide frequent, reliable and cost effective travel throughout the city and region. This includes great services from Dublin Airport and Dublin Port as well as a NiteLink service.

By Bike

By Bike

Hire a bike and explore the city on two wheels! DublinBikes is a citywide initiative encouraging locals and visitors alike to use bikes to move around the city. DublinBikes are free but you must register your details.

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Ashling Hotel

A modern hotel ideally located overlooking the beautiful River Liffey, whilst remaining within close proximity to the city and the lively Temple Bar. The hotel features a bar and restaurant, serving traditional Irish cuisine. All rooms are equipped with modern essentials and offer panoramic views of Dublin city.

By Bus

By Bus

Dublin has an excellent network of bus services that provide frequent, reliable and cost effective travel throughout the city and region. This includes great services from Dublin Airport, Dublin Port and Dun Laoghaire as well as a NiteLink service.

By Tram

By Tram

The Dublin Luas tram system is a state-of-the-art Light Rail Transit (LRT) System. Luas connects you to Dublin city centre with a high capacity, high frequency, high speed service. There are convenient stop locations and excellent levels of comfort and safety with easy access at all stops.

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There are loads of great events & reasons to visit Dublin and here are just a few!

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    St Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival - February

    Enjoy the spectacular parades and lively atmosphere with a drink or two

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    Jameson Dublin International Film Festival - February

    Celebrate the best of Irish film with screenings right across the city

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    Oxegen Music Festival - July/August

    Ireland’s leading music festival with top acts from around the globe

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    Liffey Swim - August/September

    This traditional sporting event involves a brave swim down the famous River Liffey

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    Dublin Fringe Festival - September

    16 days of Dublin’s finest theatre, comedy, music and dance performances

Out and About in Dublin

Dublin Shopping

Dublin Shopping

Dublin is great for shopping with 2 main shopping districts just a 20 minute walk from each other. The fashionably upmarket Grafton Street is a must for designer shopping.


Eating out in Dublin

Eating Out

Whether you want traditional fish and chips or dine out on Michelin stars, Dublin has it all. Sample fresh Dublin seafood, hearty stew and traditional Irish boxty or coddle.


Dublin Nightlife

Nightlife

If you want an evening in the old style with traditional music and dancing, or a club – pop, r&b, 70’s disco or salsa, you’ll be spoilt for choice!


Dublin Bars

Dublin Bars

Temple Bar is by far the most popular nightlife scene with many bars to choose from. Grafton Street provides a quieter, relaxed alternative, with wine bars becoming a popular addition.


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