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  • The Gibson Hotel

    The Gibson Hotel is located right in the centre The Point Village, a new cultural hub in Dublin City. It is next to the 3Arena and offers luxury accommodation, delightful dining experiences and unique venues for corporate and social affairs.

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  • Fitzwilliam Hotel

    The ultimate in contemporary style and Irish warmth in the heart of Dublin City, the Fitzwilliam Hotel sits overlooking St Stephen’s Green. It comprises accommodation, health and beauty salon, meeting facilities and more.

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  • Insider Guide: Dublin's Food Scene

    Luca D’Alfonso, from the Fumbally Cafe, shares his Dublin favourites with us...

    Insider Tips

  • Tailteann Walking Tours

    Tailteann Walking Tours is a tour of Dublin with a native offering a choice of walking tours that illuminates the many contrasting events and the characters that helped to mold the story of the city.

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  • ISI - Ireland International Study Institute

    Located just minutes from O’Connell Street, in Dublin’s city centre, ISI is a year-round English language school. We offer a variety of English language courses for adults and teenagers, including General English, Academic Year English.

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  • Bison Bar & BBQ

    Ireland's first authentic Texan BBQ. Bar open midday 'til late, seven days. Bison BBQ serving slow roast meats daily from 12 til 9pm or when the food runs out.

    See & Do » Eat, Drink, Nightlife

  • Viking History in Dublin

    Dublin City boasts a rich Viking heritage – and visitors can see the results of nearly three centuries of Nordic rule over Ireland...

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  • Need a Coffee Break?

    The aroma of freshly brewed coffee, the sound of the milk frother and sights of people blissfully sipping a cuppa in a busy coffee shop are all part of the joys of coffee, but the taste is the most important. Check out our recommendations for some of the best tasting coffee in Dublin.

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  • Dublin: A Vibrant City

    Explore Dublin's many quarters, from cultural and historical gems to its tech and party hotspots...

    Insider Tips

  • Architectural History Ireland

    Architectural History Ireland offer a range of 2½ and 3 hr walking tours exploring Dublin’s history through its architecture and streetscapes.

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  • Wood Quay

    Wood Quay is the location where the Vikings first settled in the Dublin City in 841. Today, much of the quay is occupied by Dublin City Council’s Civil Offices. The dark wooden sculpture outside represents the prow of a Viking longship. The bronze plaques in the footpaths depict Viking artefacts. Inside the building is a section of City Wall dating from 1100A.D.

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  • Whiskey Island - Trail through Ireland's Ancient East

    Experience a fully guided overnight tour of Ireland's Ancient East, departing from and returning to Dublin. It includes tours and tastings at four working distilleries, luxury transport and 5 star hotel stay.

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  • Sinnotts Bar

    Sinnotts is located just off St. Stephens Green. A traditional style pub licensed since 1840's which appeals to all ages. Sinnotts has become very popular for live sports with 7 screens to choose from.

    See & Do » Eat, Drink, Nightlife

  • Dublin Mini Coaches & Chauffeur Drive - Day Tours

    Dublin Mini Coaches and Chauffeur Drive are committed to delivering quality tours to Galway, Belfast, Armagh and the Giant's Causeway. Experienced professional drivers offer a variety of tour options to groups of four or more.

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  • Ashling Hotel Dublin

    The Ashling Hotel is an award winning, four star hotel in a central location, adjacent to Heuston station, on LUAS Tram Red Line and close to Dublin’s top attractions.

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  • Dublin Garden Trail

    The Dublin Garden Trail (formerly the Dublin Garden Group) is an organisation which includes some of Dublin's most distinguished private gardens which are not otherwise open to the public. Let them help organise a tour that will give gardening enthusiasts a unique and memorable experience.

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  • Tramline Loop

    Howth Head, a peninsula 15km northeast of Dublin City, has been immortalised in James Joyce’s Ulysses. Howth is a bustling village that offers visitors a myriad of attractions - look out for Lambay Island, Ireland’s Eye, Howth Castle, The National Transport Museum, the Martello Tower and the Baily Lighthouse.

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  • Joyce and the Irish Literary Revival Tour

    Joyce and his influence can be found all across Dublin city. Join us on a series of literary walking tours to uncover the city that inspired Joyce's groundbreaking work.

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  • St Anne's Park and Rose Gardens

    The former home of the Guinness family, St Anne's Estate provides extensive public parklands and rose gardens just outside Dublin City. Covering 112 hectares, the Park provides playing pitches, golf, tennis courts, a Saturday market, playground, café and more. It is also very close to Dollymount Strand, a coastal bird sanctuary.

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