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  • 1. Off the beaten track

    Visit Howth Learn how to SAY 'Howth' like a local! Do the Guinness thing (and taste the black stuff!) Talk to locals. The Abbey Tavern is, of course, the main reason anyone who is a beer drinker...

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  • 2. General Comments

    Southern Ireland Immigration website tells, If you are living in UK on a long term visa category you do not require a visa to travel. We (Me and my family members) made all arrangements and went to...

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  • 3. Shopping / Markets

    Just off O'Connell Street you will find this wonderful market. There are the fresh cut flowers which took my eye, but for those who wish to purchase some fresh fruit and vegetables this is the place...

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  • 4. Tourist Information

    Location: Europe Local Time: GMT From 25 Oct 09 to 28 Mar 10 GMT From 28 Mar 10 to 31 Oct 10 GMT +1 From 31 Oct 10 to 27 Mar 11 GMT From 27 Mar 11 to 30 Oct 11 GMT +1 Capital City: Dublin Population:...

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  • 5. O´Connell Street

    O'Connel Street is the main street in Dublin. It is named after Daniel O'Connell (b. 1775 - d 1847), who is known as 'the Liberator' for his work in liberating the Roman Catholics in Ireland. At the...

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  • 6. Temple Bar

    Temple bar is the night life district with a high density of pubs and music clubs. It has a reputation of being loud and dirty – for some it may an attribute, some will find it rather scary. Anyway,...

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  • 7. St. Patrick´s Cathedral

    This is Ireland largest church with acclaimed of the sacred well where Saint Patrick baptised the locals at the early christian era. I was told that the original church was all wooden until 1192 the...

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  • 8. Georgian Dublin

    Throughout the city, you'll find Georgian doors like this one. The area around Merrion Square (west of Trinity College) is particulary good for viewing these beautiful doors. Famous Dubliners to live...

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  • 9. Guinness Brewery

    First, why take a bus or a taxi when you can walk there? But make sure you're drunk enough, cos a sober person would never ever decide for that. I was there only once and am not sure if I'd go there...

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  • 10. Christchurch Cathedral

    As you approach the arch you will begin to see the entrance to the Dublinia, which in this photo is just abeam of the white car. The photograph also shows the O'Donovan Rossa Bridge crossing the...

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  • 11. Dublin's irresistible pub culture

    Watching sport in pubs is great especially during the GAA final! premiership all year long, ryder cup now (golf)...I use this website for the sports schedule in dublin bars : www.sports-in-bars.ie....

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  • 12. Irish History

    If you are interested in Irish history, I recommend two films that deal with the time between the Easter Rising 1916 and the following Anglo-Irish struggles: "Michael Collins" with Liam Neeson and...

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  • 13. Avoiding unpleasantness ...

    In Ireland, we pay a government levy of 15c (at present) on plastic bags. I work in retail and get a lot of complaints from customers regarding this scandalous method of ripping off tourists. You're...

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  • 14. St Stephen's Green

    My morning here was one of the best memories of my first trip here in 2004. Then in 2007 I came back and it was just as great as I remembered it to be. Between Grafton Street and the mall being on...

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  • 15. Ha'penny Bridge

    We spent a LONG day exploring Dublin. About the time we finished at Grogan's Castle Bar, we were dead tired and had to make our way home as best as our feet would allow. Through the haze of fatigue, I...

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  • 16. Leo Burdocks Fish and Chips

    "In the year 9 hundred and 88 as everyone should know The Vikings came to Dublin, cos they'd nowehere else to go. They landed down on wood quay where they all jumped off their ships, And legged it...

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  • 17. Trinity College

    Hmm... its been along since the last (and the only) time I was there... saw The Book of Kells. And the Library. Don't think I'd do it again. Filming and taking photos is forbiden. It didn't stopped us...

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  • 18. Grafton Street

    I would definitely believe that a walk along Grafton Street is a must, even if you do not go into any store or other building. We saw a couple of street entertainers while we were there (got lucky, I...

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  • 19. General Post Office

    Dublin's General Post Office (GPO) is located in the grandoise, Greek-porticoed, Georgian building on O'Connell Street in the city centre (easy to find as the 120 metre Dublin Spire sits just...

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  • 20. Phoenix Park

    Dublin has many parks in all shapes and sizes. Go there for lunch, for a walk or just to be away from the bustling city and to watch people. Phoenix Park On the outskirts of the city centre, this huge...

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  • 21. Visual Arts in Dublin

    I love a city that has lots of "street art"! In other words statues and sculptures in the streets and parks. Dublin is no exception to this but they do have a quirky thing of giving some of their more...

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  • 22. Irish words

    A "snug".. a snug is a small room off a lounge or bar in a pub, where you can drink with a little more privacy. You can't book them its first come first served. Most snugs have about 3 to 4 tables....

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  • 23. Irish Literature

    Bram Stoker.. 1847 - 1912.. Author of DRACULA.. only after his death did the count receive lasting immortality..Born in Dublin, he started career as an unpaid drama critic for the Dublin Evening Mail,...

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  • 24. National Botanic Gardens

    National Botanic Gardens Glasnevin, Dublin 9. Tel: +353 1 8377596 / 8374388. Fax: +353 1 8360080. Opening Hours: Open all year. Summer: Mon–Sat 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Sun 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. Winter :...

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  • 25. Millennium Spire

    Also known as "Stiletto in the Ghetto", "Filler for the Pillar", "Spike in the Dyke", "Skewer near the Sewer", "Stiffy by the Liffey" or to give it its proper name - The Spire of Dublin. Originally...

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