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Discover Dublin’s Historic Gaiety Theatre

Dublin’s longest running theatre in continuous production, The Gaiety Theatre had its opening night all the way back on 27th November 1871. Since then...

Taxis in Dublin

Dublin has a lot of taxis. Unfortunately due to poor regulation, the quality of these vary and the experience you have can vary too....

The National Botanic Gardens – great for all ages

Located in Dublin’s sleepy Glasnevin suburb, the National Botanic Gardens are one of the city’s real treasures. Every time I go I feel a...

Latest COVID-19 Information

Government Advice Ireland is largely free of restrictions. All details are available at the official government Covid-19 page. Tourism Industry Partners  Further information for our industry partners...

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 1,000 years it’s also now one of Dublin’s top tourist attractions. Although nominally the seat...

Out in Dublin’s Temple Bar

Dublin's Temple Bar is an enigma! Set up originally as a cultural quarter in an effort to regenerate a run down part of town, it now is a mish mash of culture, cobbled streets, stag/ hen partys, beautiful buildings...

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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