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Visiting Dublin: Hotels Near Trinity College
One of the great sites in Dublin is Trinity College. If you plan to visit Trinity College, you may want to stay at one of the nearby cheap hotels in dublin.Trinity College is a popular tourist attract ...

10 Tips To Save Money In Dublin For The Backpacker
Dublin is a great place for travelers. Its vibrant nightlife attracts backpackers from every city. Despite the city's wealth of history and culture, it is not an unaffordable destination and savings c ...

Dublin Travelogue with Restaurant Reviews
At great expense we, the four ladies visited Dublin's fair city to discover the delights of dining there. We thought it time to find out, on your behalf, why this has become such a popular destinati ...

Some Famous Landmarks of Dublin
The Ha'Penny BridgeThe Ha'Penny Bridge is one of Dublin's most famous landmarks. The bridge is a pedestrian crossing over the river Liffey between Swifts Row and Wellington Quay. The bridge's official ...

Museums in Dublin
The site upon which the city of Dublin is located, has a history of settlement going back over 1,000 years when Vikings settled in the area. Today Dublin is a major cultural center, and it is only fit ...

Dublin Travel Guide - Sights to See
Dublin was first mentioned in AD 140. Its name is derived from the Irish "Dubh Linn" (Dark Pool), a reference to the peat colored waters of the Liffey River. It is believed that St. Patrick visited Du ...

Let Dublin Charm You
Ireland's capital beckons this summer and with its rich heritage, attractive architecture and famously good atmosphere, Dublin never fails to disappoint. One of Europe's top tourist destinations, it i ...

Summer Festivals in Dublin
For many people in the UK, summer means one thing above all else - festivals! And with a variety of music, dance and performance art festivals taking place throughout Britain from June to September, p ...

Explore Dublin On A Day Trip From The UK
As the summer holiday season approaches, many people will be planning their yearly or biannual getaways with excitement. Whether you're anticipating a week in the Majorcan sun or are looking forward t ...

Dublin Hostels
Dublin has long been known as one of the world's most expensive cities. But when you start looking into it, there's free entrance to museums and galleries, a surprising number of reasonable places to eat and a raft of cheap Dublin hostels.

Dublin - The Heart of the Emerald Island
Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is an ancient city, founded in 841 AD by Vikings. Its rise began much later, in XVIII century under the influence of the English Crown. It's no surprise that Irish Dubl ...

Choose A Hotel Break In Dublin For A Memorable Holiday
Now that February is truly upon us, it can be easy to fall into the winter doldrums. After all, the warm glow of Christmas is now a distant memory and the excitement of summer surely lies too far in t ...

10 Must-dos When In Dublin
Few places around the world lend a friendlier hand than Dublin. The Emerald Isle offers wonderful hospitality, complemented by its warm and friendly hosts. A cosmopolitan city, Dublin is rightly proud ...

The Dublin Port Tunnel
The Dublin Port Tunnel is the first project of its kind in Ireland. While there is a tunnel in cork, The Jack Lynch Tunnel, the Dublin Port Tunnel is on an entirely different scale. There is a budget ...

Shopping Centres in Dublin
With the rapid economic growth of Dublin came both increases in the population of Dublin an increases in the amount of money Irish people had in their pockets. As the Celtic Tiger roared on, much of t ...

Guinness: A Dublin Legacy
Guinness is an Irish institution and if you visit any pub in Ireland you will see Guinness has pride of place at the bar. Often referred to as "the black stuff," Guinness is a stout beer which is typi ...

Dublin: 10 Things You Must See
Dublin is a city like no other. Situated on either side of the River Liffey, Dublin is a city of history in the middle of an economic boom. With stunning Georgian Architecture as the backdrop to every ...

Dublin Airport: Past, Present and Future
Situated just north of Dublin City, Dublin Airport (Aerfort Bhaile Atha Cliath in Irish) was built on the site of an old royal Air Force base at Collinstown. After the Irish Free State was established ...

Dublin - A Quick Guide
Dublin is the capital city of Ireland. It has a population in excess of 1.25 million people and is a rapidly growing city. Dublin is or has been home to many famous musicians, designers and play write ...

Does the Guinness Really Taste Better in Dublin?
On your next holiday, why not raise a Guinness glass - or two - in the city that's famous for brewing it; Dublin, one of Europe's most exciting cultural centres, plays host to countless tourists each ...

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