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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...

Visit Farmleigh House in the Phoenix Park

The eclectic Farmleigh House is the official government ‘guesthouse’ where foreign dignitaries will typically stay if they are in Ireland for any length of...

A Guide to Staying Safe in Dublin

Dublin is a safe city, one of the safest in Europe. However like any major city you need to stay sensible and watch out...

The National Museum of Ireland – Kildare Street

Irelands National Museum is located on Kildare Street. Established in 1877 to record and host Ireland’s historical treasures, it has become Ireland’s most important...

Getting Around The City With Dublin Bus

Dublin doesn’t have an underground rail system and while there are is light rail (DART) and an expanding tram system (LUAS), the bus network remains the largest and most flexible system for getting around Dublin. And to be fair...

Experience the Amazing History of Kilmainham Gaol

Kilmainham Gaol (formally a prison) is now a museum where leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising were imprisoned and executed by the British. Built in 1796 there was no segregation of prisoners by neither gender nor age with up...

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 it has maintained its position as the city’s top venue for musical, opera, dance and...

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