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Dublin Hotels and Apartments
Hotels and Apartments in Dublin
Dublin is a vibrant city, perfect destination for the whole family. The city offers many surprising experience and lots of cultural and fun activities for everyone. You can plan for cheap holiday to Dublin by booking your accommodation and flight tickets in advance from a reliable source. Cheap hotels in Dublin are available in plenty and that too in the main attractions of the city including the most popular, Temple Bar. These hotels are located close to the top museums, restaurants and bars and offers a relaxing ambience. In the midst of the bustling city, you’ll also find many luxurious properties and 5-star hotels that are equipped with modern amenities and also offer All-inclusive facilities. Choose Dublin apartments that meet all your Irish travel needs and make your holiday experience unforgettable.
Dublin is the capital and largest city in Ireland, nestled in the province of Leinster bordered on the South by the Wicklow Mountains. The Ireland’s UNESCO city of literature, Dublin is a wonderful city, boasting lively cultural and many historical attractions.
With a young population, traditional pub culture and plenty of entertainment opportunities, Dublin has become of the most popular holiday spot in Ireland. Whether you’re planning for family trip, couple gateway or travelling solo, the city has something for everyone. From enjoying a leisurely walk on the cobbled streets to catching up with locals for some fun pub crawling or exploring the historical marvels, you’ll find plenty of thing to do here. During your low cost holiday to Dublin, book your accommodation bit away from the touristy hub where you can also enjoy a peaceful stay yet being so close to all the actions taking place in the nearby neighbourhood.
Where to stay on your Dublin Holiday
The Irish capital is home to many charming neighbourhoods, which can be your abode to enjoy your Dublin Holiday. Three of the most famous neighbourhoods to stay in Dublin are Grafton Street, Trinity College area and Temple Bar. Visitors can stay in any of these lively localities, which are only a short walk from many attractions, popular Irish pubs and local markets. Guests can indulge in variety of shopping and dining options, which are all nearby.
From upscale luxury hotels to budget-friendly apartments to lodges, accommodation in Dublin is diverse and caters to all style of travellers, looking for comfortable base to explore the city. Temple Bar is one of the most popular and beautiful neighbourhood with cobblestone streets, bars, cafés, art galleries, making it an ideal place to enjoy the holiday break. Cheap flights and hotels in Dublin are available in Alpharooms website, offering combined packaged in the most competitive rates.
What to see and do in Dublin
There are countless things to see and do in the lively Irish city, Dublin, while you’re there. The incredible deep rooted history, vibrant culture, fabulous nightlife and bustling markets are some of the major highlights that the city is famous for. Visitors can party like local Irish people at the Temple Bar neighbourhood or drink inside a restored Cathedral at The Church, where small stage also plays live traditional Irish music, or visit the Guinness Storehouse Factory, enjoying the refreshing pint of Guinness with a view of the Dublin’s skyline. Other than that, visit the largest church in Ireland, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, which is a very popular attraction when it comes to tourists. Families can take a tour to the popular Dublin Castle to witness the pivotal events in all of the country’s history. Visit Church Cathedral, picnic in Phoenix Park and zoo and do not miss to explore the incredible architectural wonder of the Trinity College. What more you can ask from a holiday?
Eating in Dublin
Wondering where to eat in the Irish capital? There are plenty of traditional as well as international restaurants, pubs and coffee spots to cater every taste bud. Dublin’s food scene is emerging fast and with younger chefs opening new restaurants, you’ll find many good places to eat and obviously many great places to drink, including the Guinness Storehouse.
Over the last decade, the dining scene here has also seen a great change and now the restaurants extended beyond the traditional Irish fare to Indian, Chinese and Italian restaurants, offering fine dining against more casual fare. From fish and chips to over-stuffed burritos to amazing seafood, Dublin’s eating out scene is a vibrant part of local’s live. Enjoy every bit of it when you are on Dublin Holiday. Café Manila, TGI’s Friday, Juice, La Mere Zou and Generator are some of the great places to eat in Dublin.
Dublin has a colourful and fantastic nightlife and you’ll find a selection of clubs and bars for music fans. There are many live music venues linked with traditional bars. The young city is very lively and many young people prefer to visit Dublin that offers amazing options for night entertainment even during the week.
The countless clubs and pubs can be found on Camden St and neighbouring Wexford St. Pub crawling is a true tradition in Ireland and there are ancient and historic pubs in the most modern and fashionable neighbourhoods. In fact, the young local crowd in the city love to socialise with tourists over a pint of Guinness. Temple bar and South of the River Liffey, called South Side are the neighbourhood, where you can find the greater concentration of nightclubs.
Shopping in Dublin
Shopping opportunities in Dublin are exciting and vast. Whether you're looking for stylish clothes, handmade stationary or jewellery by a local designer, you will be able to buy almost everything.
Many independent bookstore and antique shops are also some of the good finds in Dublin markets. Browse the markets in Francis Street for antiques, Irish Design Shop Clare Grennan and Laura Caffrey's Irish Design Shop is very popular and Industry & Co is one of Dublin's leading independent design stores, renowned for its elegant jewellery.
Other popular stores and markets in Dublin includes Stephen's Green Shopping Centre, The Square in Tallaght, Kilternan Country Market and The Christ Church Market. You’ll find many interesting stores and all within walking distance of one another. Grafton street is the luxury shopping street in the city.
What you need to know
Dublin is modern yet historic, relaxing yet exciting city in Ireland that caters to every type of travellers and families, seeking an ideal holiday destination. From vast green parks, collection of museums, eateries, historic pubs to zoo, explore the city at your pace. You will find all sort of accommodation in Dublin that are carefully designed to meet the holiday needs of visitors. Dublin Hotel to Dublin Apartments, there are plenty of options to look for and choose you accommodation of your taste and budget with ease. Getting around the city is also simple and easy by foot, bus, train or bicycle.
Fast Facts About Dublin
- Nearest airports: Dublin Airport (DUB)
- Flight time: 45 minutes
- Transfer time to each area: 20 minutes
- Language: English
- Currency: Euro
Destinations in Dublin
27 September 2010
Not long enough to enjoy in full
Alan Gifford, Lerwick, Shetland
We were in Dublin for just over 24 hours. We went on a sightseeing tour - hop on hop off. Anthony the driver we had first was hilarious, worth staying on just to listen to him! Guinness Tower was WELL worth the visit - highly recommended. Shame about the beggars who were everywhere. In fairness they did not pester us continually, but I did see some people who were finding it difficult to shake them off.
The best thing about my stay was ...
Friendliness of the people.