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Travel guide Dublin


Dublin in Ireland is a bustling tourist destination with a rich history and vibrant culture. Visitors will find a variety of activities to do, places to explore, attractions to see and hotels to stay in. From iconic landmarks like the Dublin Castle and Trinity College, to the lively Temple Bar district and stunning St. Patrick's Cathedral, there is something for everyone in this captivating city. Whether you're interested in history, nightlife, or simply relaxing in a cozy hotel, Dublin has it all.



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Where to sleep in Dublin: Best available accommodation options

Discover the best hotels to stay in Dublin, to help you choose the perfect accommodation according to your needs. You will find plenty of information about accommodations, including details on services and rates, to plan your vacation perfectly.


HOTEL

Baggot Court Townhouse

Dublin

8

Excelent

APARTMENT

Harbour Square House

Dublin

8

Excelent

GUEST HOUSE

Hazelbrook House B&B

Dublin

7

Very good

SERVICED APARTMENT

Highfield House

Dublin

7

Very good

HOSTEL

Jacobs Inn Dublin

Dublin

8

Excelent

HOTEL

Leonardo Hotel Dublin Parnell Street - Formerly Jurys Inn

Dublin

8

Excelent

HOTEL

The Shelbourne, Autograph Collection

Dublin

9

Excelent

HOTEL

Aloft Dublin-Pleasanton

Dublin

9

Excelent


What to do in Dublin: Best Activities and Tours

Looking to explore the wonders of Dublin? Delve into our curated selection of tours and excursions, offering unique experiences and unforgettable adventures.




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Nearby

County Wexford

County Donegal

Gort

Kilmeaden

Kilkelly

County Cork

Straffan

Bantry

Carndonagh

Rosslare


Frecuently asked questions about Dublin

What are the best things to do in Dublin?

Some of the best things to do in Dublin include visiting the Guinness Storehouse, exploring Temple Bar, and taking a stroll through Phoenix Park.

What are some kid-friendly activities in Dublin?

Kid-friendly activities in Dublin include visiting Dublin Zoo, exploring the National Leprechaun Museum, and taking a bike tour around the city.

What are some places to visit in Dublin for history buffs?

History buffs will enjoy visiting Dublin Castle, Kilmainham Gaol, and the Book of Kells at Trinity College.

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