Dublin, Ireland
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  • Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport

    Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport

    4-star

    Dardistown9.4 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.0.Very good1,479 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport
  • Hilton Garden Inn Dublin Custom House

    Hilton Garden Inn Dublin Custom House

    4-star

    North Wall1.1 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.0.Superb812 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hilton Garden Inn Dublin Custom House
  • Red Cow Moran Hotel

    Red Cow Moran Hotel

    4-star
    VIP

    Ballymount7.3 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.0.Very good799 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Red Cow Moran Hotel
  • Clayton Hotel Burlington Road

    Clayton Hotel Burlington Road

    4-star

    Grand Canal Dock1.8 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous1,426 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Clayton Hotel Burlington Road
  • Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport

    Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport

    4-star
    VIP

    Dardistown8.1 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous2,983 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport
  • Trinity City Hotel

    Trinity City Hotel

    4-star

    Temple Bar0.5 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous786 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Trinity City Hotel
  • Hotel 7 Dublin

    Hotel 7 Dublin

    3-star
    VIP

    Broadstone1.2 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.4.Exceptional317 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel 7 Dublin
  • Holiday Inn Dublin Airport, an IHG Hotel

    Holiday Inn Dublin Airport, an IHG Hotel

    3-star

    Dardistown8.2 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.4.Exceptional220 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Holiday Inn Dublin Airport, an IHG Hotel
  • Camden Court Hotel

    Camden Court Hotel

    4-star

    Portobello1.2 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous757 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Camden Court Hotel
  • Beckett Locke

    Beckett Locke

    3-star

    North Wall2.2 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.4.Exceptional24 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Beckett Locke
  • Point A Hotel Dublin Parnell Street

    Point A Hotel Dublin Parnell Street

    3.5-star

    City Centre Dublin0.8 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating10.0.Exceptional3 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Point A Hotel Dublin Parnell Street
  • Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge

    Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge

    3-star

    Temple Bar0.4 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very good1,025 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge
  • Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport

    Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport

    4-star

    Dardistown9.3 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.0.Very good929 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport
  • Maldron Hotel Kevin Street

    Maldron Hotel Kevin Street

    4-star
    VIP

    Portobello0.9 kilometer to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous844 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Maldron Hotel Kevin Street
  • Clontarf Castle Hotel

    Clontarf Castle Hotel

    4-star
    VIP

    North Wall4.3 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.2.Superb832 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Clontarf Castle Hotel
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Exploring Dublin

The Republic of Ireland’s capital city, Dublin, is a popular tourism destination for its collection of Georgian architecture, its buzzing nightlife and traditional Irish music pubs, its laid-back ambience and its ultra-friendly peoples. It’s the perfect base for visitors planning to explore the dramatic coastlines, rolling emerald-green hills and quaint small towns and villages set along the coastline and in the interior. In spite of the rumours, it truly doesn’t rain all the time in Ireland, although an umbrella could well be considered an essential travel accessory here.

The city centre with its charming old streets and meandering River Liffey is small enough to be explored on foot and holds landmarks including St Patrick’s Cathedral, Trinity College and St Stephen’s Green. On the northern banks of the river is famous O’Connell Street, scene during the ‘troubles’ of the attack on the historic General Post Office during the 1916 Easter Uprising. Ireland is justly famous for its writers, with the Dublin Writers’ Museum, set close by the Castle Hotel and paying homage to greats such as James Joyce, George Bernard Shaw, Yeats and Pearse.

Sights nearby

Dublin is best known for its amazing choice of traditional Irish pubs set in heritage buildings, but there’s a great deal more to see, including its imposing castle and massive cathedral.

- Jeanie Johnson Famine Ship Museum

The famine Ship Museum moored at Customs Quay is an exact replica of replica of the sailing ships which took Irish emigrants fleeing the Great Famine across the ocean to the New World of America. The displays detail the hardships undergone by the passengers on the dangerous journey and tells of their hopes and dreams for a new life away from oppression and starvation.

- Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle was for several hundred years the stronghold of British power in Ireland and is now home to the Chester Beatty Library’s magnificent collection of illustrated sacred texts.

- Christ Church Cathedral

This imposing cathedral dates back over 1,000 years and, although it was extensively restored in the 19th century, is Dublin’s oldest building. The crypt underneath the cathedral predates the edifice itself and holds early medieval carvings.

- Dubliana and the Viking World

Located in the heart of medieval Dublin, this fascinating heritage centre tells tales of life in the medieval city at the time of the Viking invasions. It’s a great place for families as well as for those interested in the city’s impressive history.

Eating and drinking and shopping nearby

The pub culture around Temple Bar features quaint pubs with traditional music, pub grub, Guinness and Irish whiskey. Eating out in upscale venues can be pricey, but is far less so in the centre’s Indian and Asian eateries. For eating in, mid-range hotels such as Blooms Hotel and luxury resort-style haunts in country mansions all offer decent resturants. Pedestrianised Grafton Street is Dublin’s shopping hub, featuring many jewellery and fashion boutiques. Adjacent to ancient Trinity College and the Temple Bar Hotel is Nassau Street, great for craft-style souvenirs such as Waterford crystal, Belleek porcelains, Aran Island knitwear and other traditional crafts items.

Public transport

Dublin International Airport is located just 10kms from the city centre, with its main carrier Aer Lingus. Irish budget airline Ryanair serves London and other UK regional airports from Dublin International Airport and may be a good connecting choice for Aussie travellers. Onward transportation to the city centre and its hotels is by express Aircoach, local express buses, taxis or self-drive via car hire. Taxis are the most expensive means of travel. Getting around the city centre is by the Luas light rail/tram system, and for nearby coastal trips the Dart suburban rail is convenient. Bus services are comprehensive but somewhat confusing, and drivers face heavy traffic and extensive one-way road systems.

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