Tripguru Guide for Dublin
During the 19th century, Temple Bar was the artisans' quarter and then became a slum. In the 1970...
Delicious and healthy: delights from the Emerald Isle. The small Saturday market is devoted exclus...
Restaurant with international cuisine. Garden or terrace, and air-conditioning.
An enticing selection of tarts very close to Dublin Castle. Here you can enjoy excellent coffee or...
When it comes to celebrity visitors, this small fish and chip shop definitely has the edge. The l...
1500 years of history to touch and admire behind thick Gothic walls. The Anglican St Patrick's Cat...
"In Dublin's fair city, where girls are so pretty, I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone..." ...
A true seat of learning: historic courtyards, the Book of Kells and a magnificent library. Anybody...
An impressive reading room and the Book of Kells. Of the University's eight library buildings, the...
Beautifully built architecture from Dublin in George's days around a park. Since the 1770s, Merrio...
A real Dublin institution: For generations celebrities such as James Joyce, John F. Kennedy and c...
The pride and joy of the Irish: their tremendous literary tradition. Here you can find informatio...
The 200-year-old Botanic Gardens are a wonderful place to retreat from Dublin's raging traffic. E...
After a tour around the brewery, you can enjoy a beer and a tremendous panoramic view of the city.
Location with a simple vibe and also a famous venue for all sorts of music: rock, indie, traditio...
Dublin's oldest pub has a cosy vibe and you can listen to traditional Irish music every evening. "...