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Dublin Pass Including Free Entry to Over 30 Attractions
"Select a 1- 2- 3- 5- or 6-day Dublin Pass when you book. Then collect your pass from the redemption point in central Dublin or Dublin Airport.Your pass is valid for your choice of consecutive calendar days and offers free access to more than 30 top Dublin visitor attractions including skip-the-line entry to select landmarks as well as host of other privileges and special offers. Among other benefits
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Guinness Storehouse and 48hrs Hop on-off 3 routes City Sightseeing Dublin Tour
"With over 1 million visitors a year The Guinness Storehouse is by far Dublin’s most popular attraction. With over seven amazing floors dedicated to the story of Guinness and the 360 degree views over Dublin from the Gravity bar it’s easy to see why.With over 25 stops at Dublin's top visitor attractions there is no better way to see Dublin. Explore Ireland's capital city and visitor attractions at your leisure with your ticket and enjoy 3 fantastic routes. Hop on board Dublin's original language tour with audio commentary in 8 languages. Or why not enjo Guinness Storehouse Dublin Castle St. Patrick's Cathedral Kilmainham Gaol
From EUR42.00
Dublin Viking Duck Tour
"Meet your guide near St Stephens Green in central Dublin and set off on your sightseeing adventure by ‘duck’ — an amphibious remodeled war craft that doubles up as a river boat. Put on your Viking helmet and then relax aboard your eye-catching mode of transport while listening to your guide’s funny anecdotes a and discover fun facts about some of the city highlights that are taken in on the land-based past of your tour. See Mansion House the official residence of the Lord Mayor of Dublin and have your camera ready to capture big-name sights such as Christ Church Cathedral and St Patrick’s Cathedral with its elaborate Gothic façade. Your guide will encourage everyone on board to join in with the commentary by giving pantomime-styl prepare for a splash as you enter the water of Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock and cruise back along the waterway to the start point. Step back onto dry land near St Stephen’s Green
From EUR22.00

Rain and wind gear Tips (18)

Layers & a brolly!!!

Irish weather is very changeable so you need to be prepared for all eventualities!!!! You can get all four seasons in one day at times ........The easiest thing is to bring layers & include...
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Jul 23, 2010

It's not a myth - bring a raincoat or an umbrella!

For the most part, we were lucky with the weather while we were in Dublin as we got to enjoy quite a few sunny days, but you never know what to expect - in one day it went from being sunny, to...
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May 26, 2009

Prepare yourself for Irish weather

Bring wellies, or at least water resistant shoes, an umbrella or a rain coat! Since you are never sure when it's gonna start pouring.However if you dress in all this gear at once everyone will know...
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Feb 09, 2008

Don't Forget Your Umbrella

And don't forget your raincoat either. My first couple days in Dublin were bright, warm, and sunny. Where was the dreary, cold, gray weather that Ireland is known for? Well I didnt have to wait very...
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May 13, 2007

Umbrella and good wallking shoes

We hardly had a summer here.. so always pack wet gear..and something trendy to wear out at night.. otherwise you will be refused entry, especially wearing trainers. Lots of cobblestones in some parts...
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Jun 08, 2006

The basics

US Tourists take note: NOBODY IN IRELAND WEARS FANNY PACKS/BUMBAGS, they make you stick out as a tourist. Same applies to aran jumpers, baseball caps, college jerseys and older American guys with...
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Apr 23, 2006

A little damp

Dublin is a great city, but unfortunately it can be a bit cold and it does rain a fair bit. So just make sure you have an umbrella on you (just a small one will do). And dressing in layers also helps...
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Dec 26, 2005

Bring a warm jacket

As Dublin is close to the sea, it is quite windy and can also be cold, so bring a warm jacket that also withstands the wind, and don't forget the umbrella, it only rained little when we were there,...
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Oct 24, 2004

Packing List

Dublin can be wet with a damp cold. Some rain wear is helpful and the damp cold can really get into you, so bring warm clothes and good shoes or boots. No problem here. Plenty of Chemists shops,...
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Sep 10, 2003

Rain on your parade

Bring comfy shoes that are good at keeping water out. It really does rain on and off all the time in Ireland, and you'll encounter plenty of mud.Dublin-specifically, bring shoes that can handle...
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Mar 25, 2003

Packing List

The only thing that I can think of to pack for Dublin that you wouldn't necessarily pack for any other destination might be an umbrella. It rarely buckets here in Dublin but a frequent (constant)...
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Feb 25, 2003

mind the rain

bring all the shoes you need. don't get caught having to buy a new pair. irish shoes are definitely on the ugly side beach gear. you can safely leave it at home - the sea's far too cold to even...
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Oct 20, 2002
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Number 29

Do you want to see a tipycal georgian house and know how a family lived in the XVIII century? Then come to Merrion Square, and in one corner you can visit the number 29. You have to enter through the...
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Government Buildings

I came a cross this majestic building to find the gate closed and guarded. A sign in Gaelic "Tithe an Rialtais" and in English "Government Buildings," was on the gate with information about tours you...
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Wild Wicklow Tours

If you don't have much time, and want to discover a little bit of Irish countryside I recommand you to take the "Wild Wicklow Tour". You can book it at the Tourism office or from your hotel. They have...
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Iveagh Gardens

In 1862, Benjamin Guinness bought Nos. 80-81 St. Stephen's Green and combined the two houses, turning them into the stately mansion that is Iveagh House today. It is now home to the Department of...
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Merrion Square

Notice how this house is five windows wide! It would have been very prestigious indeed. There was a clear social hierarchy based upon how many "bays" your house possessed. Pity those whose Georgian...
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St. Stephen's Green

Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa was born in 1831 in a small village in County Cork. In 1856 he formed the "Phoenix National Literary Society," a secret society whose aim was Irish independence from...
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