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  • The Dog House

    Very nice place to take a break during your Irish journey ! Enjoy a pint of Guinness or Seafood Chowder !  The Dog House is the ideal place to kick back and relax with good friends and delicious food. I've been in Howth for almost a semester and I've been here almost...

    0 by Antoine, in Where to eat Dublin, 9 months ago
  • Hill of Tara

    Wherever you go in Ireland, there are historical religious monuments (not all of them churches though). In front of the Hill of Tara, a chapel dedicated to the national saint St Patrick greets you. I think I got a nice shot with the sun shining in the background, what...

    0 by Jan, in What to see Dublin, one year ago
  • Newgrange

    Near the Eastern coast of Ireland, you can find a prehistoric monument that is regarded as another national symbol of Ireland: Newgrange! To get there, you have to go by bus passing various estates (see above). But it works and is worth it! Newgrange is a large burial...

    0 by Jan, in What to do Dublin, one year ago
  • Bray

    As I announced in my last post, here is a preview on Bray Head. It takes about 30 minutes to climb it from the base. It is a great feeling to look back at the progress you made ... almost arrived at the top, you look up at the cross greeting you from above and inviting...

    0 by Jan, in What to do Dublin, one year ago
  • Christ Church Cathedral

    Christ Church, also known as the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, is one of the oldest and most important cathedrals in Ireland. Despite having found a manuscript about it that dates back to the year 1030, it really isn't almost 1000 years old like you would have thought....

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Dublin, one year ago
  • Dublinia

    Many people connect Dublin with the Vikings and the Celts. There’s no doubt that the best way of experiencing medieval and Viking Dublin for yourself is at Dublinia, a very dynamic museum located inside the famous Christ Church Cathedral! Dublinia has three floors,...

    0 by Lottie, in What to do Dublin, one year ago
  • Howth

    After being in Dublin for a week, at least 300 people told me to visit Howth. Okay so I might not have met 300 people during my first week, so that's definitely an exaggeration. Anyways, after being told a million times to visit Howth, that weekend I decided the weather...

    0 by Romy, in What to see Dublin, one year ago
  • Guinness Storehouse

    I think, out of all the attractions that exist in Dublin, going to Guinness Storehouse, or St. James Gate Brewery (although it's more commonly known by the former name), is one of the experiences that all tourists enjoy the most. Despite not being so close to the city...

    0 by Lottie, in What to do Dublin, one year ago
  • Old Jameson Distillery

    (Welcome to the Old Jameson Distillery! ) Almost everyone knows that the Irish love to drink! And, it's not at all a coincidence that the famous Guinness beer comes from there... if you are interested in the history and visiting the Guinness Storehouse, you can check...

    0 by Lottie, in What to do Dublin, one year ago
  • Irish National War Memorial Gardens

    The Irish War Memorial Gardens is a beautiful space located in Islandbridge in Dublin. It's purpose is to dedicate a remembrance area for 49, 400 Irish soldiers who gave their lives in the Great War. I visited it in early May this year on a sunny day. The scenery is...

    0 by Maoilíosa, in What to see Dublin, 2 years ago
  • Dublin

    Dublin When our semester in France started, I was surprised that we had already first holidays in February. At first, we had an introduction week in January, then three weeks of studying and then, we had a whole week off. My friends from the Czech Republic therefore...

    0 by Barbarka, in What to see Dublin, 3 years ago
  • Johnie Fox's Pub

    The most famous pub in Ireland; Johnnie Fox's Pub (Dublin] Pub-ul NR 1 in Dublin, "but I think from the Republic of Ireland, the one who is wanted by most of us tourists, but also by his fellow citizens, is called Johnnie Fox's Pub. It is seated in the south Dublinului,...

    0 by Patricia, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Dublin, 4 years ago
  • Gateway Student Village Dublin

    Gateway Student Village - Student Accommodation Dublin 109 purpose built student apartments comprising 3 single bedrooms with study desk, bathroom and kitchen/dining/living room. Located in a secure gated complex next door to the new Garda Station. The complex is...

    0 by Sarah, in Where to sleep Dublin, 7 years ago

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