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With such a range of world-famous attractions in the one place, there'll never be a dull moment in Dublin! First things first, be sure you snap some selfies out the front of Dublin Castle and Christ Church Cathedral. After you've ticked those off, you'll still have Ha' Penny Bridge and the Dublinia to explore!
There's no such thing as feeling bored in this animated city. The National Museum of Natural History and the Book of Kells will make sure you keep busy. The Abbey Theatre and the Spire are just a few more significant sights that'll capture your imagination.
Sometimes we get so involved in the fast pace of life that we forget to slow down and smell the roses. Spend an hour or so drinking in the fresh perfumes at Garden of Remembrance. There's a fabulous range of things to do in this destination. Theatre challenges our way of thinking and asks us to aspire to be more. Get tickets to a production at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre and open your mind to some new ideas. Still got some time to spare? Mingle with like-minded peers and get prepared to be inspired at one of the conferences or events hosted at The Convention Centre Dublin.
Everyone knows you don't go travelling just to sit in a metal tube and go to bed in a different place. Travelling is all about the awesome adventures you have while you're there!
This place has a range of activities on offer. Here are some ideas to jump start your trip to Dublin:
For a comprehensive list of activities, take a look at our Dublin things to do page.
Travelling to Dublin for your next luxury getaway or cheap holiday? With around 302 places to select from in the nation's capital, getting a room won't be a problem.
Those who appreciate luxury and style will be sure to enjoy the St. Stephen's Green Penthouse (18 Baggot Street Lower) and the Grand Canal Quay Apartment (Grand Canal Quay). If you're after more budget-friendly options, the Jackson Court Hotel (29/30 Harcourt St) or the Portobello Hotel (33 South Richmond St) may suit your requirements better.
Another great option is to stay close to Dublin Castle. You can make this happen by booking a room at the Dublin 1 Apartments, which is just 0.4 miles (0.6 km) away. Also in demand is the Trinity Apartments Temple Bar by The Key Collection, 0.2 miles (0.3 km) away.
The airport is rarely the best part of your holiday, but there's nothing like the excited rush of knowing that your well-deserved trip to Dublin is not long away! Once you touchdown at Dublin Airport (DUB), you'll be 6 miles (10 km) from the middle of town.
The breakfast was excellent, location was great close to the airport. The shuttle was also excellent.
It was relatively close to everything. Only a short cab ride away.
Location is perfect. Near Dart, LUIS and bus lines. It is a little steep in price
Great hotel and great service. Perfectly located across river from Heuston train station and right between two stops on the Luas tram red line. Try their full Irish breakfast buffet in the mornings.
Handy if you have a car and wish to visit Dublin. N4 main road runs from Hotel along the Liffey and St.Stephens Green straight in to the City Centre.
The location of this property was very good, located just off the main O'Connell street and not too far north of the river. The main bus stop was a 5 minute walk away which was very convenient but the location also made it easy to walk around central Dublin from there. There are plenty of places ...
Breakfast was a shambles. Uncleared tables everywhere. It was difficult to find a seat. Breakfast choices not cooked well
So close to the City for shopping and also the Bord Gais Threatre for shows.