Morehampton Townhouse

78 Morehampton Road, Donnybrook, Dublin, 4, Ireland
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dublin must see & do

by nomadNY

i will be in and around navan and dublin for a wedding for 4 days. i will have some downtime. what are the must sees in dublin? is train or bus transportation available between the two cities? or would a car be needed?

what are some cozy local places for pub food and drinking?

Re: dublin must see & do

by wise23girl

Yes there are regular buses from Navan to Dublin. We did not find much to do in Navan but maybe someone will have suggestions.

You might like to go to Johnnie Fox Pub.
You can walk around Dublin...see Temple Bar...cross the Liffey...see Dublin Castle.....

There is the smallest pub in Ireland to find...the book of Kels to see at Trinity College.

There is the city train the DART to take you south to Bray for example or north to Malahide and Howth.

There is the Dublin Tram.....

Glendalough is great . A tower and ruins. Lovely.
Powerscourt is also nearby. "Ireland's most famous House and Gardens"

Have a look at the Irish forum or type in Dublin in the search box under destinations ...and read what is written on members pages. Lots of good stuff there

Re: dublin must see & do

by mccalpin

If you're of Irish descent, you may to go see the Post Office and other locations associated with the Easter Uprising of 1916, which led in a roundabout way to the creation of the Irish Republic.

And while you're there, you can marvel that 100,000 men managed to squeeze into this building to fight the least, if you listen to the old fellows, they ALL claim to have been there ;-)


Re: dublin must see & do

by Genovefa

I was there two years ago so naturally by scattered memory is fuzzy.haha But i have a few recommendations.

-The parks in Dublin. St Stephen's Green and Phoenix Park.
-The National Museum of Ireland. An amazing museum that brings together christian,viking and pagan history. Interactive and so interesting!I loved it!
-Close to Dublin(use the dart): Dun Laoghaire, Howth, Bray etc
-Also if i am not mistaken Trim Castle with it's lovely gardens and the river Boyne is between Navan and Dublin.
-The Hill of Tara is also close.

Travel Tips for Dublin

The Spike

by isolina_it

It is officially called "the Spire of Dublin" and unofficially - by all Dubliners - as "the Spike". It has created a storm of interest in Ireland and has already become the most-photographed as well as most-discussed part of the city. It stands at a key crossroads in O'Connell Street, Dublin's main thoroughfare. It's at the equivalent of London's Oxford Circus. And it has a history: because this particular monument replaces another - a squat Nelson's pillar, previously a viewing platform for the city, which was blown up by the IRA in 1966.

Dublin has great night life,...

by fire_dragon

Dublin has great night life, all around O'Connell Street, Temple Bar, near the Liffey. St. Stephen's Green is like Central Park to us. I miss the fun when a good sports match is on (mostly soccer or rugby) and especially on St.Patrick's Day, a lot of cultural activity going on.

G'wan the Dubs!

by orlikins

I got this picture as part of an email attachment during the week....Sorry for the bad language, but it made me smile...and besides, you know from reading my Dublin page that there is more to Dublin than drinking, right? :-)

Guinness Storehouse

by Mandy23

see the Guinness Storehouse - Set inside a converted 18th century fermentation building, it comprises of six floors linked by a giant atrium in the shape of a pint glass. Although the actual brewery is not open to the public, the storehouse's new exhibition space outlines the 200-year history of the company and reveals many brewing secrets. The models and displays of the exhibition are followed by a short film and a glass of the famous brew.

Dublin Tip

by Krystynn

Super-crowded Henry Street at Christmas time. Everyone seems to be scurrying about doing their last minute shopping. If you don't wish to end up looking like some 'pan cake' (read: squashed by the maddening crowd), AVOID this stretch of road during Dublin's BUSIEST period!


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