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About Dublin

Dublin is a city full of history and literature, a pleasant visit and perfect for lovers of walking, unlike other large cities, the best way to discover the charms of Dublin is walking its streets on foot.

The Vikings founded Dublin city around the 9th century, then the city was under Norman rule, and ended up under the domain of the United Kingdom until its independence. Throughout this historic journey it has left its mark on the city and visiting the main attractions you can get nearer to the reality of this capital city of Ireland.

O’Connell Street

Is one of the main avenues of the city along which you can find many shops and bars. Also along the way are monuments such as The Spire and the large post office building.

Grafton Street

This pedestrian street is one of the most alive and attractive of all Dublin, with the usual performances of the many street artists, and shops of all kinds. Located at one end of the street you will find the bronze sculpture of Molly Malone, based on the song Cockles and Mussels, considered almost a hymn of the city.

Temple Bar

This well visited district by day has many different markets to enjoy, from food to books, but it is during the night when the streets come to life filling the restaurants and pubs in the local area. Also in the Temple Bar, you can visit some art galleries and alternative shops.

Christ Church Cathedral

Dublin is one of the few cities in the world that boasts two cathedrals. The oldest of them is Christ Church that is worth visiting particularly for its crypt from the 12th century.

St. Patrick's Cathedral

The origins of this church which is the largest of all Ireland, is dating back to the 5th century where stood a small wooden temple, upon which in the 13th century building was started of the structure of the current building. The interior is impressive.

Trinity College

Is one of the most famous universities in the world with more than 400 years of history. Inside are more than three million books and manuscripts. Especially impressive is the building of the old library.

Guinness Storehouse

One of the most recognizable symbols of Dublin and Ireland, is the Guinness brewery. The store since the year 2000 has adapted to host exhibitions and tours guided by the facilities, we are given the possibility to get to know the history and qualities of this beer. Beer like it or not, your visit will still be very interesting.

Kilmainham jail

It can come as a surprise to highlight a prison as a tourist attraction, but this prison since about 100 years has been instrumental in the history of Ireland and is a direct way to delve into some of the toughest episodes in the history of the last centuries of the country.

Dublin Castle

The first thing that draws your attention is that outwardly no aspect of the Castle is left, due to a fire in the 17TH century, much of it was destroyed and during its reconstruction the form of a Palace were adopted. Its interior can be visited in a guided tour, being able to contemplate the majestically decorated rooms.

Custom House

This large building was built in its day to operate as customs for the port of the city, although today it is the seat of the Ministry of the environment of Ireland. Its impressive facade has become its main motive for many of the postcards of the city.

Dublin is a very nice city, with interesting places to discover and a history that does not leave you indifferent. In addition, it is a perfect city for a short break.

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Maldron Hotel Smithfield


Smithfield, D07 RF2Y - Dublin

Maldron Hotel Smithfield has an excellent location in a modern residential area of Dublin. Rooms have a contemporary style and offer attractive views of the city.

Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge


23-25 Bachelors Walk, - Dublin

Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge is a cosy hotel located in the heart of Dublin within walking distance of several tourist attractions. Besides spacious rooms the hotel has several recreational facilities.

Castle Hotel


Gardiner Row/Great Denmark Street, D1 - Dublin

Castle Hotel is located in a quiet residential area of Dublin, a short walk from the gardens of remembrance. The hotel has ample space for leisure guests as well as elegant rooms equipped with all comforts.

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