Bentley s Townhouse Dublin

St Stephens Green, 22, Dublin, Dublin, D2, Ireland
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Dublin Literary pub crawl

by tmr720

I will be in Dublin in January. The literary pub crawl sounds really interesting. Does this crawl happen in winter or only in summer?

Re: Dublin Literary pub crawl

by annemariebyrne

During the summer the Dublin Literary Pub Crawl runs every evening; during the winter (Nov- March) it runs on Thurs, Fri, Sat and Sun evenings.
All the info you need is on
Hope this helps, Anne Marie

Re: Dublin Literary pub crawl

by Dabs

Not sure if this is as relevant in January but they were overbooked the day I did it (it was July however) so it's not a bad idea to reserve in advance if you know for sure you are going. I just showed up and they ended up splitting the group in two so I did get to go. There should be some discount coupons laying about, I think I got one at the tourim office and saved a couple of €. It was a lot of fun, one of the best things I did in Dublin.

Re: Dublin Literary pub crawl

by tmr720

Thank you both Ann Marie and Dabs - very helpful info.

Travel Tips for Dublin

General tourist information

by Gypsystravels

There is a Tourist Information desk located inside the Dublin Airport, so if you arriving by air, this can be a very useful place to check out before you head to the city center.

They can provide you with maps, information about transportation, and you can even purchase your Rambler Ticket from them as well .

You can also obtain information about the outerlying areas of Dublin and hotel information as well.

spend as much time as possible...

by donal

spend as much time as possible with absolutely no agenda or plan! i know that pretty much goes for everywhere but i love dublin most when i'm just walking around with no particular place to go. the city is by far the most diverse place you'll come across in ireland and the very fact that so many people are visiting here from all over the world to work and on holiday has just made the place even more interesting.the best views of dublin are at dawn on a summer's morning, when only the fruit sellers are up. sunshine and tranquility combine to show dublin in the best possible light!
photo of people in our kitchen dancing well before dawn by mark me flatmate living here, my memories are mainly daily life things but i don't think i'll ever forget the first time i took a dart (commuter train) from dalkey to killiney and saw the most amazing coastal view ever - a little bit of the med right here in dublin - be sure to sit on the left of the train and don't blink!
when i'm away from dublin what i miss most are the conversations you can have here.


by Marpessa

I was never much of a drinker - then I was introduced to a pint of Bulmers. An alcoholic cider that tastes great on a hot day. But, alas, after a few pints you may start to contemplate the meaning of the word 'legless'.

Ireland is definitely known as a country where you can just relax and have a drink, so when here, be like a local, find a pub have a drink (alcoholic or non-alcoholic, but I have to admit the alcoholic selection is quite nice!) and have fun!

Dublin Tip

by some_clown

This is Saint Patrick's Cathedral located in Dublin 8. It's a very beautiful cathedral that you can visit. You can also attend mass there. It is the most famoust one with Christ Church Cathedral, located at the top of Dame Street. You can visit a permanent exhibition called Dublinia at Christ Church -- it will tell you about the history of Dublin. It's a pretty cool way to discover its past!

The Lungs of the City

by Lochlainn

By which of course I am referring to the green spaces in the city and not those of the smoking regulars in Brogan's of Dame Street (not a bad little pub though!). Some parks worth knowing about should you be here and want to escape the traffic for refreshment are:

St Stephens Green - at the top of Grafton Street and very populous during the summer. Good spot to chill out on a summer's day. Nice ducks.

The Iveagh Gardens: Enter off Harcourt Street or Hatch Street. These were once private grounds and are still unknown to a lot of Dubs. Very tranquil, even at the height of the summer. No ducks worth mentioning.

Merrion Square: By the parliament and national gallery. They do free concerts there every June at lunchtimes, but for the rest of the time it's largely deserted and peaceful. Absolutely no ducks at all.

Mountjoy Square: Once the north city's counterpart to Merrion Suare - but boy has this park come down in the world! Enter off Summerhill and at your own risk. Not much grass left (watch out for needles if running barefoot through what's left of it) and whatever ducks there once were have long since been eaten.

Millennium Park: Not really a park at all. It's beside the City Hall on Dame Street and is where the Corpo demolished a building for road widening purposes back in the 1970s. It's scheduled for demolition itself too. Plans are afoot to build a City Hall extension on it. Popular with weary backpackers grabbing a sandwich. No ducks - but visitors might like to know they are sitting directly above the confluence of the Poddle and Liffey rivers, historically the pool after which Dublin is named!

Blessington Street Reservoir: Not to be confused with the city reservoir in Blessington, Co Wicklow, this old pond has been given a facelift in recent years. Enter off Blessington Street and enjoy the sculptures designed by the local primary school kids. Peaceful spot, and even some ducks!

. St Kevins Church: Not much left of the church but the gravestones have been set aside to open the churchyard up as a park. Entrance by the old Marshalsea off Camden Street. No ducks, but I spotted a sparrow's nest there last time.


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 Bentley s Townhouse Dublin

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Address: St Stephens Green, 22, Dublin, Dublin, D2, Ireland