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    The Merrion
    The Merrion

     Upper Merrion Street

    5.0 (3872 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 448 EUR

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    Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street
    Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street

     Moore Street Plaza Parnell Street

    4.5 (4635 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 192 EUR

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    FlyOver Bed and Breakfast
    FlyOver Bed and Breakfast

     223 Swords Road, Whitehall, Santry

    4.5 (224 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 74 EUR

    Premier Suites Plus Dublin Ballsbridge
    Premier Suites Plus Dublin Ballsbridge

     50-56 Merrion Road Ballsbridge

    4.5 (94 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 156 EUR

    Broc House Suites
    Broc House Suites

     53 Nutley Lane Donnybrook

    4.5 (39 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 324 EUR

    Ariel House
    Ariel House

     50 - 54 Lansdowne Road Ballsbridge

    4.5 (1775 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 156 EUR

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    Hilton Dublin Kilmainham
    Hilton Dublin Kilmainham

     South Circular Road, Kilmainham

    4.5 (2269 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 164 EUR

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    The Alex
    The Alex

     41-47 Fenian Street (off Merrion Square)

    4.5 (133 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 234 EUR

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    Glashaus Hotel
    Glashaus Hotel

     Belgard Square West, Tallaght

    4.5 (759 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 94 EUR

    Conrad Dublin
    Conrad Dublin

     Earlsfort Terrace

    4.5 (936 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 448 EUR

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    The Fitzwilliam Hotel
    The Fitzwilliam Hotel

     2 St. Stephen's Green

    4.5 (3243 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 301 EUR

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    Aberdeen Lodge
    Aberdeen Lodge

     55 Park Avenue

    4.5 (645 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 156 EUR

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    The 11 Most Popular Places in Dublin

    Dublin is a city full of history and literature, a pleasant place to visit and perfect for those who love walks, as unlike other big cities, the best way to discover Dublin's charms is by walking its streets.

    The city of Dublin was founded around the ninth century by the Vikings. Later the city would fall under Norman rule and end up under the rule of the United Kingdom until independence. This whole historical journey has left its mark on the city and by visiting its main attractions you will be able to get closer to the reality of Ireland's capital.

    Walk on O'Connell Street

    It is one of the main avenues of the city along which you will find many shops and bars. In addition, you will find monuments such as The Spire or the large post office building.

    Stroll along Busy Grafton Street

    This pedestrian street is one of the liveliest and most attractive in all Dublin, with the usual performance of many street artists and many shops of all kinds. Also at one end of the street is the bronze sculpture of Molly Malone, based on the song Cockles and Mussels, considered almost a city hymn.

    Visit Temple Bar

    This must-visit neighborhood has a day time full of different food and book markets but it is during the night when its alleys come to life filling the neighborhood's restaurants and pubs. Also in Temple Bar you can visit some art galleries and alternative shops.

    Admire the Cathedral of the Church of Christ

    Dublin is one of the few cities in the world with two cathedrals. The oldest of them is Christ Church, which is worth visiting especially for its 12th-century crypt.

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    The origins of this church, the largest church in Ireland, date back to the fifth century when the converts built a small wooden temple on which, in the thirteenth century, much of the structure of the current building would be built. The interior is impressive.

    Tour the Impressive Trinity College

    It is one of the most famous universities in the world with more than 400 years of history. Inside it there are more than three million books and manuscripts. Especially impressive is the building of the Old Library.

    Enjoy the Symbolic Guinness Warehouse

    One of the most recognizable symbols of Dublin and Ireland is Guinness beer. In this warehouse, adapted to host exhibitions and guided tours around the facilities, we are given the opportunity to know in depth the history and qualities of this beer. Whether you like beer or not your visit will be very interesting.

    The Old Kilmainham Prison

    It may be surprising to highlight a prison as a tourist attraction, but this prison that has been in disuse for nearly 100 years has been key to Ireland's history and is a direct way to get into some of the toughest episodes in the history of last centuries of the country.

    See the Charming Dublin Castle

    The first thing that strikes the eye is that it does not look like a castle, and is because in a fire of the 17th century much of it was destroyed and in its reconstruction forms were adopted closer to those of a palace. Its interior can be visited on guided tours, being able to contemplate majestically decorated rooms.

    The Distinctive Customs of the City

    This large building was once built to function as customs office for the city's port, although today it is home to the Irish Ministry of Environment. Its impressive façade has made it the main motif for many of the city's postcards.

    Dublin: A Pleasant and Interesting City

    Dublin is a very pleasant city, with interesting places to discover with a history that leaves no one indifferent. It is also a perfect city for a getaway.