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  • A seaside town south of Dublin, Dalkey’s vibrant and exciting history is front and centre.  Right on the main street, Castle Street, we can find two castles from the Norman era, one of which, Goat’s Castle, houses the local Heritage Centre, as well as a...

  • U2 are without a doubt Dublin’s most famous export since Guinness, so it´s no surprise that the city has quite a few landmarks with historical U2 significance. Dublin will always be at the heart and soul of U2’s story. After all, it’s where it began....

  • The capital of Ireland offers settings for all tastes. From urban life to the historic lanes of Temple Bar, Dublin is one of Europe’s oldest cities, built between high mountains and the sea. An infinite offer of activities, fun and historical itineraries that will leave...

  • Capital and biggest city of Ireland, Dublin is a travel destination with entertainment and cultural options for all tastes and ages, both during the day and at night. Known for its vibrant nightlife and pubs where Guinness beer reigns, green spaces, amazing landscapes, and the...

  • Dún Laoghaire is a charming seaside town near Dublin, roughly 12km from the city centre. Located South East of the Capital, it’s perfect for those looking to get away from the agitation of the big city. For those who enjoy history and beautiful scenery, Dún...

  • The Christmas spirit in Ireland is so original that nobody can resist it. Imagine shimmering landscapes and buzzing Christmas markets. Plus, picture people in a festive mood that come from all over the world to celebrate the season. That is what makes Ireland a unique...

  • Dublin is an attractive city for shopping: there are several shopping areas scattered throughout the city able to please all tastes and pockets, from the most classic to the most avant-garde styles. Shopping Streets To get to know this whole side of Dublin, a good...

  • Whether you’re a local or a tourist, Dublin will always have something fresh to offer. New bars and shopping centres will open over the years. People will move in and out of the city in pursuit of happiness. But one thing will remain unchanged for...

  • It is undeniable that Dublin is a vibrant city, with its culture, art and music, but also regarding its gastronomy and drinking’s with the popular and famous Guinness beer or the Jameson whiskey produced in the country. Jameson and Guinness are two of the most...

  • Cloudy and rainy days are very common in Dublin. Therefore, when a sunny day comes every once in a while, both residents and visitors love to make the most of it. In fact, many activities and the most charming Dublin’s views are best experienced under...

  • Dublin has a culture linked to pubs. So, when you travel to the Irish capital, you can drink beer with an excellent justification: you are plunging into local history. How to explore Dublin pubs The pubs are the soul of Dublin. There are over a...

  • Culture, landscapes, people and experiences. The junction of these four elements are what make traveling so incredible.   Ireland’s beaches may not be the hottest, but nature and tradition captivate tourists all year round. There are fantastic places to discover that reserve surprises for those...

  • No matter how much you love Dublin, there might come a time when you feel like you need a break from it. Whether you’re living, working, or just visiting, its bustling streets can become a bit overwhelming. If you feel like you need a peaceful...

  • In these cold and rainy winter days, it is essential to bring back a little of the summer feeling. The mere memory of something that makes us happy such as making plans for the beautiful sunny days to come will most definitely improve our mood....

  • If you have kids and are looking for what to do in Dublin, check out our top picks for kid-friendly activities that will entertain your children for hours – but you’ll have fun too!         1. The Phoenix Park & Dublin Zoo...