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Inside Background
In addition to its splendid public buildings, Dublin is particularly rich in...
Last edited: 25 September 2014
Renowned throughout the world for its rich literary tradition and unique...
Last edited: 05 September 2011
UN statistics from 1998-2000 show that Ireland has a low crime rate compared to...
Last edited: 05 September 2011
Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland and sits on the eastern coast...
Last edited: 06 September 2011
In 1994 County Dublin (the area excluding the city) was sub-divided into three...
Last edited: 02 June 2013
Dublin’s literary history is as rich as a pint of Guinness, with authors such...
Last edited: 16 February 2011
Dublin Tourism, the official Regional Tourism Authority for Dublin provides...
Last edited: 15 April 2010
Although you might think it rains in Ireland all year round, it doesn't.  The...
Last edited: 05 September 2011
Dublin Pass http://www.dublin... Enjoy Dublin Card Contact EnjoyIreland.ie for...
Last edited: 25 July 2011
Dublin is the largest city in Ireland and capital of the Republic of Ireland...
Last edited: 12 November 2008
These links have useful online maps of Dublin covering Dublin city centre...
Last edited: 29 November 2012
Drink a Pint of Guinness There's only one city in the world where you can drink...
Last edited: 04 August 2011
Here is a link to some pictures of famous landmarks of Dublin. Dublin Images
Last edited: 11 July 2007
Here are a few links for smartphone and tablet apps. Travel Guide ~ Android...
Last edited: 21 December 2015
Here are a few websites that have information which will help you plan your...
Last edited: 22 June 2015
If you have a government issued disability hanger take it with you. It will be...
Last edited: 31 May 2013
DID YOU KNOW ......?   Ten million glasses of Guinness - the famous 'black...
Last edited: 06 June 2008
Inside Transportation
Most visitors will probably arrive at Dublin International Airport ( DUB...
Last edited: 09 September 2015
With its infamous traffic, Dublin can be a chore to get around.  However most...
Last edited: 19 August 2014
Dublin has an extensive bus network but only a few rail and tram lines.  The...
Last edited: 04 July 2014
Taxis  With over 12,000+ licensed taxis working the Dublin area there is...
Last edited: 11 August 2015
This page is intended as guide to the handiest public transport options from...
Last edited: 03 August 2015
Dublin has 2 main railway stations, both served by Irish Rail (Iarnród Éireann...
Last edited: 27 May 2014
Inside Things to Do
A good day out from the city centre is a trip to Howth, a fishing town on the...
Last edited: 11 October 2007
Perhaps the most famous annual festival in Dublin is its Saint Patrick's Day...
Last edited: 02 July 2010
Download this free Family guide for information on things to do for Families in...
Last edited: 05 September 2011
The city of Dublin is filled with places to explore.  You may wish to give...
Last edited: 07 March 2013
Historic Sites Around Dublin - Tourist Office Listing  Museums & Galleries...
Last edited: 19 November 2008
Dublin’s pubs are world famous and you should make sure to sample at least a...
Last edited: 02 January 2013
Phoenix Park  Often overlooked in Dublin is one of Europe's finest parkland...
Last edited: 05 September 2011
As befits a city with a strong literary tradition, Dublin has a thriving...
Last edited: 15 January 2007
The main city centre shopping areas are Grafton St and Henry St.  Both are...
Last edited: 17 November 2015
While in Dublin participate in the Zozimus Walking Ghost Tour.  It is an...
Last edited: 19 November 2008
There are seven stops on this tour Loughcrew - explore ancient passage tombs at...
Last edited: 29 May 2014
If you only have a few days in Dublin here are some ideas of places to visit...
Last edited: 01 May 2008
  The Evening of folklore and storytelling at the Brazen Head is something a...
Last edited: 23 April 2010
How to get to the Aviva Stadium / Lansdowne Road Stadium. The Aviva Stadium is...
Last edited: 13 January 2013
  Dalymount Park Dalymount Park is the home of Bohemian F.C., who have played...
Last edited: 08 February 2013
Shops Shopping hours vary from shop to shop and the following are intended as...
Last edited: 19 November 2008
Majestic tall ships, lively street theatre, uplifting music and a colourful...
Last edited: 24 April 2009
This is what visitors should see and do when they come to Dublin for a short...
Last edited: 26 January 2015
Dublin and Ireland's comprehensive event guide and listings updated daily...
Last edited: 08 June 2010
On the award-winning Dublin Literary Pub Crawl, which lasts for over two hours...
Last edited: 05 November 2008
The Spire of Dublin was completed in 2003 on the former site of Nelson's Pillar...
Last edited: 12 September 2010
The Indigenous Irish sports of Gaelic Football and Hurling are both completely...
Last edited: 09 October 2013
INTRODUCTION: Despite the late decriminalisation of homosexuality in Ireland in...
Last edited: 13 September 2015
If you're travelling to Dublin, the chances are anyone you tell will ask if...
Last edited: 09 October 2013
Presented to the City of Dublin in 1997, these statues were designed and...
Last edited: 12 September 2010
Found on North Earl Street just off O'Connell Street, the statue of James Joyce...
Last edited: 11 September 2010
Dublinkids.ie is dedicated to children's activities in Dublin Dublin Tourism...
Last edited: 13 May 2015
Walking in Ireland -  Howth Coastal Path Walking in Ireland - Spink Loop...
Last edited: 17 July 2009
The Oscar Wilde House is found at the corner of Merrion Square across from...
Last edited: 02 June 2013
This is a city with plenty of green space. No excuse for not walking around...
Last edited: 04 January 2007
Erected in 2005, a lifesize statue of Phil Lynott can be found on Harry Street...
Last edited: 11 September 2010
Bird's Eye View(s) of Dublin are possible from a number of coastal locations...
Last edited: 24 April 2009
Dun Laoghaire East Pier Walk - On a sunny day take the DART to Dun Laoghaire...
Last edited: 24 September 2014
If you need to get to Tallaght Stadium or if you're staying in Tallaght this...
Last edited: 26 June 2013
For anyone looking for fantastic one of a kind designs, eclectic jewellery and...
Last edited: 05 November 2008
There are really great websites that locals and tourists alike use...
Last edited: 05 September 2011
Erected in 1967, the Theobald Wolfe Tone Memorial is located at the corner of...
Last edited: 12 September 2010
Arbour Hill Memorial The graves of fourteen of the sixteen men who were...
Last edited: 19 November 2008
The Bank of Ireland building located on College Green across the street from...
Last edited: 07 September 2010
  The Boulevard Gallery is also known as The Merrion Square Art Exhibition...
Last edited: 19 November 2008
Skateboarding Recently built concrete skateboard park in Bushy park, the first...
Last edited: 19 November 2008
The basement crypt provides a history of the Church and the country rulers that...
Last edited: 16 June 2009
Clara Lara is a great family fun time water park.  Bring a picnic or some...
Last edited: 10 July 2012
Croke Park Stadium is Ireland's largest and most iconic sporting arena and is...
Last edited: 07 May 2014
Drimnagh Castle is of norman origins dating back to the 13th century and was...
Last edited: 20 November 2008
East Wall Water Sports Centre is one of the best places in Dublin to go for a...
Last edited: 06 September 2011
It's a very pleasant park with lots of trees and is home to a number of local...
Last edited: 29 May 2009
Definitve Dublin Walking Tours will help you experience the literary...
Last edited: 26 April 2010
When visiting Dublin be sure to checkout this little gem of a place, everything...
Last edited: 20 November 2008
Iveagh gardens is although well known, probably the least visited by Dublin...
Last edited: 06 May 2008
The Literary Pub Crawl is a fun evening of music and drama with comedy...
Last edited: 12 October 2007
The Kilkenny Shop (www.kilkennyshop... is known for its continued support of...
Last edited: 21 January 2011
The National Wax Museum  The Armoury, Foster Place, Temple Bar , Dublin 2. The...
Last edited: 30 June 2010
No. 29 Lower Fitzwilliam Street is a very simple town house just off Merrion...
Last edited: 19 November 2008
O'Shea's Merchant is located on Merchant's Quay, right along the River Liffey...
Last edited: 19 November 2008
Upstairs traditional Irish music is played and it serves until late. There are...
Last edited: 19 November 2008
Over The Top Tours specialise in tours for people who like to mix variety and...
Last edited: 20 August 2009
Peterson's of Dublin is the beautful city centre shop front for the pipe...
Last edited: 01 June 2009
The Secret Book and Record Store is aptly nestled between Tower records and...
Last edited: 23 April 2008
Located down a side alley tucked away between Grafton Street and Clarendon...
Last edited: 02 February 2011
The pub is easy enough to find - walk down the left side of Dame Street from...
Last edited: 19 November 2008
The Long Hall is a proper old Victorian bar.  It's is almost completely...
Last edited: 22 January 2008
Train Tours Ireland offer top-notch guided tours of Ireland in a luxurious...
Last edited: 14 May 2010
Inside Dining Scene
Dining in Dublin is as varied as in any other European city with great...
Last edited: 01 March 2007
Breakfast options in Dublin City Centre Generally breakfast menus finish around...
Last edited: 22 January 2015
Favourites on the Business Lunch Circuit include: The Unicorn - famous for it's...
Last edited: 23 November 2008
Ireland unsed to be known to the locals as the 'rip-off republic', a moniker...
Last edited: 05 March 2014
Cruzzos in Malahide is a lovely place to dine, and their earlybird is...
Last edited: 14 April 2009
For late night eating of any quality, Dublin is not a great place to be. There...
Last edited: 31 October 2009
The temperamental Irish weather means that the opportunities for dining...
Last edited: 05 September 2011
If you want to be where in the right place to soak in Dublin society atmosphere...
Last edited: 05 September 2011
Chapter One Parnell Sq., opposite the Garden of Remembrance (at the  top of...
Last edited: 16 May 2010
 Dublin has a wide variety of places to eat to suit all tastes and all...
Last edited: 12 March 2012
 Many Pubs do good food, some are inexpensive, ... cost a bit more, here are a...
Last edited: 08 July 2010
This Dublin restaurant is known for very good Indian food.
Last edited: 10 August 2008
Inside Ireland: For Foreign Visitors
Currency   The Republic of Ireland ( Ireland Tourism) uses the Euro (€). The...
Last edited: 29 May 2015
Citizens of some countries require a visa for entry into Ireland. Visas issued...
Last edited: 17 October 2013
In case of emergency dial 112  this will access a central operator who will be...
Last edited: 23 June 2009
Ireland has two official languages, English and Irish ("Gaeilge" in...
Last edited: 10 March 2015
  Using the telephone, internet or other telecommunications services in Ireland...
Last edited: 16 December 2014
There is not a strong tipping culture in Ireland but many locals and...
Last edited: 21 September 2014
For details of transport options to and from Dublin Airport, see the Inside...
Last edited: 02 January 2007
Researching and then booking car rental (which is more commonly known as "car...
Last edited: 30 January 2016
Ireland is a member of the European Union.  Different rules apply on whether...
Last edited: 27 March 2006
   1.   Speed limits. The Speed limit on most roads is 80km/h. National roads...
Last edited: 14 June 2014
Introduction During 2013, Dublin Airport handled over 20 million passengers...
Last edited: 29 May 2014
Internet Access    WiFi: Public WiFi services are available in many cafes...
Last edited: 12 July 2015
Getting Around Ireland on Public Transport Planning your Journey Information on...
Last edited: 25 September 2014
Some examples of Irish Slang and commonly-used Irish language phrases...
Last edited: 20 January 2016
One good way to keep food expenses lower for those on a tight budget is buy...
Last edited: 30 July 2014
What is a LEAP card?  A Leap Card is a reusable plastic smart card that can be...
Last edited: 09 March 2015
Roundabouts This Roundabout (Turning Circle) is actually in the United States...
Last edited: 28 October 2015
A fly-drive (or "self-drive") holiday in Ireland is a great way of exploring...
Last edited: 12 October 2015
Public restrooms can be scarce in Ireland. Just pop into hotels to use those in...
Last edited: 19 July 2011
Car Hire In Ireland - Points to remember All the car hire companies in Ireland...
Last edited: 08 December 2015
Figuring out how to get the bill after a meal in Ireland used to be a mystery...
Last edited: 02 September 2012
Along with the adaptors for charging electronic items, it's a good idea to...
Last edited: 26 February 2008
Please don't forget to purchase comprehensive travel insurance before your...
Last edited: 12 November 2012