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Dublin

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A city break in Ireland’s capital city, Dublin,takes you to the political and cultural heart of the Irish Republic. Rich inculture, Dublin’s gorgeous Georgian architecture,the legendary pub culture and its unique character make for a trip you’ll neverforget.

Temple BarThe River Liffey runs through the city; once thecity’s lifeline, it’s now home to famous attractions like the Guinness Brewery.The TempleBar area in the centre of the Old Town has been extensivelyrenovated, and with its numerous classic pubs and modern bars, is a firmfavourite for those looking for a night on the tiles. The colourful nightlifeand diverse cultural events attract the crowds every weekend. The narrowstreets and restored houses in this neighbourhood are reminiscent of theoriginal Dublin, as James Joyce immortalised inhis novels, and stand in stark contrast to the city’s more modern buildings.

ShopaholicsO 'Connell Street is the shopping area of ​​theIrish capital, providing shopaholics a huge variety of mainstream and boutiqueshops. Down by the redeveloped Dublin Docklands,the Waterfront is characterized by modern architecture, art galleries andrestaurants. The suburb of Kilmainhamis great for the history fanatics and offers visitors the chance to go off thebeaten path for an intimate sightseeing tour. The former prison, KilmainhamGoal, is also now a museum where you can learn about Irish life and history.

Park LifeIn the centre of Dublinyou’ll find St. Stephen’s Green, one of Dublin’smost famous and most beautiful park. Providing both architectural and botanicaldelights of all kinds, you’ll find the place packed during the sunny season asresidents and visitors alike gather to enjoy the summer sun. Be sure to checkout the nearby Georgian architecture, such as Iveagh House. If you stillhaven’t had your fill of city greenery, be sure to pay Phoenix Park a visit.Located in the northwest of the city, Phoenix Park is one of the largest andgrandest in Europe and is home to a number of rare and ornamental trees, aswell as grand monuments, such as the Wellington Monument and The PhoenixMonument. And if all that’s not enough, you can always pay a visit to DublinZoo.

Historical Must-SeesThe famous TrinityCollege is the oldest university in Ireland. A favourite fortourists, its exquisite grounds, beautiful architecture and its extensivelibrary, which contains the original of the precious Book of Kells, prove aconstant draw for visitors. The Christchurch Cathedral of 1028 is the spiritualheart of the city and one of the most famous sights in Dublin;she was an important place of pilgrimage in the Middle Ages and visiting themedieval crypt, one of the largest in the UK and Ireland, can make you feellike you’ve actually been transported back to the Middle Ages.

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Where to stay in Dublin

Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport
Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport
4 out of 5
The price is €85 per night from 25 Jul to 25 Jul
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Croke Park, O'Connell Street and 3Arena. Bord Gáis Energy Theatre and Trinity College are also ...
4.3/5Excellent! (3,535 reviews)
"Staff very friendly and attentive. Facility very clean and modern. Menu and servings very appetizing and pleasing to the palate and eye. Very affordable. Overall very impressive and worth a return visit. Only downside; no Caffreys in the Bar."

Reviewed on 19 Jul 2021

Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport
Temple Bar Hotel
Temple Bar Hotel
4 out of 5
13-17 Fleet St Temple Bar, Dublin
The price is €100 per night from 8 Aug to 8 Aug
Located in Temple Bar, this hotel is steps away from Bank of Ireland, Trinity College and O'Connell Bridge. O'Connell Street and Grafton Street are also within ...
4.4/5Wonderful! (1,245 reviews)
"The area the property is situated in, and the promo pictures made up my mind to stay in 'templebar hotel'"

Reviewed on 4 Jul 2021

Temple Bar Hotel
Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin
Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin
4 out of 5
23 Upper O Connell Street, Dublin, Dublin
The price is €105 per night from 25 Jul to 25 Jul
Located in City Centre Dublin, this romantic hotel is steps away from Rotunda Hospital and O'Connell Street. Trinity College and Parnell Square are also within ...
4.4/5Wonderful! (1,694 reviews)
"Clean and spacious"

Reviewed on 21 Jul 2021

Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin
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Zanzibar Locke
Zanzibar Locke
3.5 out of 5
34 ORMOND QUAY LOWER, Dublin
The price is €101 per night from 25 Jul to 25 Jul
Located in City Centre Dublin, this apartment building is within a 5-minute walk of Ha' Penny Bridge, O'Connell Bridge and Olympia Theatre. O'Connell Street ...
5/5Exceptional! (7 reviews)
"Great location beautiful clean property and amazing staff that make the stay more inviting"

Reviewed on 25 Mar 2021

Zanzibar Locke
Temple Bar Wellington Quay Apartments
Temple Bar Wellington Quay Apartments
3.5 out of 5
Wellington Quay, Dublin
Located in Temple Bar, this apartment building is steps away from Button Factory and Olympia Theatre. Dublin Castle and Ha' Penny Bridge are also within 5 minutes. ...
4.3/5Excellent! (123 reviews)
"Terrific apartment to explore Dublin from located right on the river in Temple Bar. Lots of good restaurants and pubs nearby plus a full kitchen. There is an elevator in the building and the apartments are very nice with views of the river. Ours was on the 1st floor which was eye level with the second ..."

Reviewed on 2 Mar 2020

Temple Bar Wellington Quay Apartments
The Lodge
The Lodge
3 out of 5
2 Kinsealy Ln, Malahide, County Dublin
Situated in Malahide, this golf holiday home is 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Malahide Castle and 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from Portmarnock Beach. Trinity College and Christ Church ...
5/5Exceptional! (8 reviews)
"This property is perfectly situated just by Mslahide Castle. The welcome received was friendly and informative from Shay and Sandra. They were there if you needed them but gsve you your privscy.. The lodge offered everything you could possibly need. Not suitable for people with mobility issues but ..."

Reviewed on 28 Jul 2019

The Lodge
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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