Tourist Victim Support Service, Dublin

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    Irish tourist assistance service Itas.

    by IrishFem Updated Jul 30, 2011

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    If you're in difficulty or have been a victim of crime report the incident to the Gardai (Police) and call ITAS. The office is open seven days a week and assists tourists throughout Ireland. ITAS assists with the following:
    Language difficulties
    Canceling credit cards - arranging money transfers
    Contacting travel companies in relation to re-issuing stolen travel tickets
    Liaison with embassies for passport/ID replacement
    Arranging accommodation, meals, transport in emergencies.

    Helpline (calling from Ireland) 1890 356 700 Open Monday to saturday 10am to 6pm. Sunday and Public holidays 12pm to 6pm

    Lets hope you never have to use the number.

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    Watch Out

    by caldarrosta Updated Nov 11, 2004

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    I've been living in Dublin, for longer than a year now, and I can say Dublin (and specially some areas like Smithfield) is no longer safe. Pay attention because a lot of people say that it safe, till something happened to them. I've have beaten up in december after Somebody took my mobile and I run after him. Then other two friends of him came.
    So, never write sms, or talk at the phone when you are walking,take your time and go in a shop or stand beside a wall.
    Never show you have a mobile in a pub,otherwise carry it with you.
    Don't run after them,you'll find that they are more people "around the corner".
    NEVER walk alone if you can on Thu,Fri and Sat.

    Related to:
    • Work Abroad
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    • Backpacking

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    Funny things that you find in Dublin.

    by Kodi01 Updated Feb 1, 2004

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    Was this a tourist at one time?

    He was outside of a restaraunt as we passed.

    Who is he is the question? The greeter of the restaraunt? :o)

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