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Christ Church Cathedral – A Thousand Years of History

Situated in one of the oldest parts of Dublin on high ground is Christ Church Cathedral. A place of worship and pilgrimage for nearly...

Glasnevin Cemetery – Ghoulish? Maybe. Fascinating? Absolutely!

With 1m people buried here you might think this is a pretty ghoulish thing to do but Glasnevin Cemetery is absolutely steeped in history...

Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship – Stories from the Famine

The Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship tells the desperate stories of those who fled the Great Famine in Ireland, in search of a better life...

Dublins Light Rail Service – The DART

The DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport) system is an electrified light rail system which flows along Dublins coast from Howth and Malahide in north...

Perfect for a Sunny Day, The Barge of Charlemont Street

The Barge Pub lies on the Grand Canal at Charlemont Street. Recently refurbished, it’s a popular spot for Dublin’s after work crowd on a Friday. Particularly when the sun is out, you’ll find drinks bought from the Barge being...

Walking in Dublin

Dublins city centre is compact and therefore ideal to walk around in. For example a walk from O’Connell Street to St Stephens Green would only take about 15 minutes. If you fancy a days leisurely walking while catching some sights,...

Guide to Policing in Ireland

The local police force is called An Garda Siochana. Or ‘The Guards’ for short. You won’t hear Irish people refer to them as the ‘police’ but they will be aware that you may call them that. They are generally...

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