Hotel Breaks Dublin

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Quick info about Dublin.

Dublin, capital of the Republic of Ireland, is on Ireland’s east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. Its historic buildings include Dublin Castle, dating to the 13th century, and imposing St Patrick’s Cathedral, founded in 1191. City parks include landscaped St Stephen’s Green and huge Phoenix Park, containing Dublin Zoo. The National Museum of Ireland explores Irish heritage and culture.

Hotel Breaks Dublin

Attractions in Dublin

The Book of Kells at Trinity College

Ireland’s Greatest Cultural Treasure, And Marvel. Book Now! Shine a Light On Irish History. Visit The Book of Kells and Old Library Today! City Centre 5 min walk. Open 7 days a week. Historic Iconic location.

Grand library location for illuminated illustrations of the Christian Gospels dating from 800AD.

Guinness Storehouse

Brewery experience telling the tale of Ireland’s famous beer, with tastings and a rooftop bar.

St Patrick’s Cathedral

Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland, founded in 1191 as a Roman Catholic Cathedral, it is currently the national cathedral of the Church of Ireland. Christ Church Cathedral, also a Church of Ireland cathedral in Dublin, is designated as the local cathedral of the Diocese of Dublin and Glendalough

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle is a major Irish government complex, conference centre, and tourist attraction, of significant historical importance. It is located off Dame Street in central Dublin. Until 1922 it was the seat of the British government’s administration in Ireland.

Phoenix Park

The Phoenix Park is a large Private park in Dublin, Ireland, lying 2–4 kilometres west of the city centre, north of the River Liffey. Its 11 kilometres perimeter wall encloses 707 hectares of recreational space.

Attend a reading of ‘Ulysses’

Ulysses is a modernist novel by Irish writer James Joyce. It was first serialized in parts in the American journal The Little Review from March 1918 to December 1920 and then published in its entirety in Paris by Sylvia Beach on 2 February 1922, Joyce’s 40th birthday.

Go deer spotting in Phoenix Park

The Phoenix Park is a large Private park in Dublin, Ireland, lying 2–4 kilometres west of the city centre, north of the River Liffey. Its 11 kilometres perimeter wall encloses 707 hectares of recreational space.

Visit a haunted library Dublin

Marsh’s Library, situated in St. Patrick’s Close, adjacent to St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland is a well-preserved library of the late Renaissance and early Enlightenment. When it opened to the public in 1707 it was the first public library in Ireland.

Plunge into the Irish Sea at the Forty Foot Dublin

The Forty Foot is a promontory on the southern tip of Dublin Bay at Sandycove, County Dublin, Ireland, from which people have been swimming in the Irish Sea all year round for some 250 years.

Take a Secret Street Tour of Dublin’s Liberties

The Liberties is a centuries-old neighbourhood, known for traditional pubs, weekend markets and tourist attractions. Christ Church Cathedral, with its medieval crypt, is nearby, as is Dublin Castle. Viking history is explored at Dublinia and the Guinness Storehouse has high-tech displays celebrating the beloved Irish beer. The Tivoli Theatre hosts popular musicals and has colourful street art in its parking lot

Enjoy a gig at the Dublin Unitarian Church

The lively congregation which gathers at the 150-year-old church in St. Stephen’s Green owes its origin to English Puritans who arrived in Ireland in the late 16th and early 17th centuries. Although the location of the earliest Meeting House in Dublin remains unknown, by the 1660s the descendants of the first Puritans were meeting in Wood Street, which is situated between Aungier Street and Peter Street.

Explore a vintage radio museum inside a Martello tower

Ye Olde Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio is a museum of communication history based in the Martello tower in Howth, Dublin

Try a brown-bread ice-cream cone from Murphys

Sean and Kieran Murphy started Murphy’s Ice Cream in Dingle, Co. Kerry in 2000, with the goal of making the best ice cream in the world. Our uachtar reoite gleoite is produced in the Gaeltacht area of Corca Dhuibhne, an area with special linguistic status, where the Irish language is still spoken on a daily basis.

Wakeboard in the Dublin Docklands

Wakedock is Ireland’s first cable wakeboard park, located in the heart of the Dublin Docklands area. Wakedock offers sessions for adults and kids, individuals and groups, primary and secondary schools, corporate teams, hen and stag parties and more.

Experience what life was like on a Irish famine ship

Jeanie Johnston is a replica of a three masted barque that was originally built in Quebec, Canada, in 1847 by the Scottish-born shipbuilder John Munn.

One million Irish people fled Ireland during the famine. 2,500 took a gruelling voyage on the Jeanie Johnston. Take a journey back in time, get an insight into life on board a Famine ship and hear the stories of the people who made the arduous voyage.

Have lunch with the Hungry Tree at King’s Inns Park

The Hungry Tree is a tree in the grounds of the King’s Inns in Dublin, Republic of Ireland. An otherwise unremarkable specimen of the London plane, it has become known for having partially consumed a nearby park bench. It has become a tourist attraction and is frequently photographed.