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Traditional Dublin Cabaret and Irish Night Show Including 4-Course Dinner
"The cabaret shows run nightly and are proved to be very popular among tourists and locals alike. This Irish Night show is an excellent evening of all things song and dance and gives you an opportunity to learn some traditional Irish dance steps with award winning Irish dancers. The cabaret show features top class entertainers for an evening of comedy and traditional Irish song and dance.""""Enjoy a lively evening of traditional Irish music and dance with a 4-course dinner at Taylors Three Rock a much-loved pub and entertainment venue nestled in the foothills of the Dublin mountains. Evening entertainment featuring award winning Irish dancers and top class Irish musicians this cabaret show also features legendary Irish comedian Noel V Ginnity."title=Highlights&1=4-hour+Irish+cabaret+night+in+Dublin%2C+including+4-course+dinner&2=Celebrate+all+things+Irish+with+a+night+at+the+legendary+Taylors+Three+Rock+pub&3=Be+entertained+by+award-winning+Irish+dancers%2C+live+Irish+musicians+and+comedians&4=
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Glendalough and Powerscourt Gardens Day Tour
"Board this Glendalough & Powerscourt Gardens tour in the heart of Dublin City Centre. Passengers can also join the tour by availing of the Dublin Sightseeing hotel shuttle service. The hotel shuttle service includes accommodation providers in Lansdow Ballsbridge Sandymount St. Stephens Green and the Croke Park Hotel. This Glendalough and Powerscourt Gardens tour takes place in a double-decker bus to allow the best possible experience of the beautiful scenery en route. Departing from Dublin City Centre the tour takes in the beautifully developed Docklands area of Dublin City before travelling along the great sweep of Dublin Bay passing by Beach Road at Sandymount. The tour then travels inland
From EUR20.00
 
Irish Storytelling Tour from Dublin
"Hop aboard your Irish storytelling bus near College Green in central Dublin and then set off to explore the city while hearing some of Ireland’s best fables and tall-tales. The country’s storytelling tradition is thought to date back to the time of the ancient Celts when laws and history were recorded in long lyrical poems. As they were passed down through the ages the poems evolved into tales and you’ll hear several of the best from a local seanchaí – your storytelling guide.Sit back and listen to stories of mermaids Vikings leprechauns
From EUR25.00

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Getting to the Cliff Walk by car

If you are visiting Howth by car, you might consider driving to the summit and parking there for the Cliff Walk as you'll then see the nicest part of it and the view from the summit is said to be the...
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Flight to Dublin from East Midlands airport

The nearest airport to Howth is Dublin. I usually fly here from East Midlands airport with Ryanair.The flight times are pretty good, and I have visited just for the day. My flight departed at 06.30...
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By boat to Ireland's Eye

We walked to the pier and found the place where the boats to Ireland's Eye leave. We wanted to go to that island, because we had read that puffins nest there. There was one other woman, who wanted to...
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Taxi from Dublin Airport

Originally, we'd planned to catch the 747 bus into Dublin (6.50 Euros each), then the DART to Howth from Connelly Station (about 2.30 Euros one way) as I'd done previously. As there were 5 of us, we...
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By boat!

I'm sure you could hire a boat!! Now that would be the way to arrive at a luncheon at King Sitric, wouldn't it?!!
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Howth Head

Ceann Bhinn Éadair (Howth Head) is best approached from Sutton bu there is a wonderful view of the area from the clifftop path from Howth. Howth Head was originally a separate island but through time...
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Howth Pier

This strange sculpture was erected on the pier in 2013 and is considered to be the best piece of public art on the Howth peninsula (i reckon i could have made the same ). Realt na Mara means STAR OF...
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Howth Castle

As I was staying at the Deer Park Hotel for the night, I had the opportunity to see this medieval castle, that has remained in the same family for over 800 years, as the hotel is in the Castle...
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Howth Abbey

The abbey was built in 1235 which was amalgamated with the monastery on Ireland's Eye. Unfortunately the gate to the ruins of the old abbey were locked but i was told that the key is with a local and...
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St. Mary’s Church

St. Mary's Church is located near the entrance to the grounds of Howth Castle. A first church was built on this site in 1816 to house the congregation that had previously worshipped at Howth Abbey, in...
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Howth Harbour

Many of the fish merchants have lobsters and crabs that are caught locally and you can see the lobster pots on the West Pier. There are strict rules on catching lobsters as they must be 87.5 mm from...
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"Howth - 'The finest view west of Naples'"
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"HOWTH"
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"Howth"
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"Howth and Malahide: Great Dublin Day Trips"
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"Howth IS Magic!"
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