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DUBLIN

Looking for accomodation in Dublin, then use the search box to find and compare the best prices. No need to pay up front, just book and pay on arrival if required. Our guide and tips whilst in Dublin is shown below:-

Get a Dublin Pass
Check out the Dublin Pass for an efficient and cost effective way to get you to and from Dublin Airport and into a vast number of our famous attractions.

 Take a free waling tour
St Patrick’s Cathedral and the Natural History Museum are beloved Dublin landmarks, and on the ‘to do’ list of many visitors. Here, Totally Dublin editor Michael McDermott offers up an alternative route from one to the other, encompassing a stroll into the vibrant Camden Street quarter and over towards Merrion Square.

Shows and Theatre
Seeing a show doesn't have to be expensive. Buy your tickets in advance for big discounts. For Cheapest tickets, if you know what you want to see, try queing up at the theatre for stand-by/spare tickets.

Book online in advance
Most attractions offer the best deals if you book in advance and online. For example the guiness tours. You normally have to book a specific time slot so ensure your plans are well organised as if you miss the time slot, you will loose the money.





About Dublin

We've always known Dublin is a great place to visit but don't just take our word for it! Recently named as one of National Geographic's Best Trips 2018, Dublin is described as ‘Europe’s largest village’. Immerse yourself in the sounds of the city, savour the best of local food or take a tour and discover a city steeped in history.

Take a stroll and uncover Dublin's historic catherdrals and churches. Walk the pavements of the city's vibrant streets buzzing with performers and characters, and pitstop along the way in a traditional pub, but not before a visit to 'the Dead Zoo'.

And if you need to keep the kids entertained, there’s plenty on offer. The Museum of Science and Industry, Play Factore and LEGOLAND Discovery Centre are great fun for all the family.

This city is a musical city and boasts a wealth of venues showcasing everything from electronic beats to rock and roll, every day of the week. Take your pick of live music as you meander around the city and experience the sounds of Dublin.

Dublin is a food lovers' dream and with an ever-increasing focus on using locally sourced, quality ingredients, there is no shortage of great places to chow down. The city is overflowing with cuisine to make your mouth water — from street food to sit-down feasts.

Take in the city at your own pace and be guided by the Dublin Discovery Trails app. Explore the itineraries and choose one to suit your trip and interests — from key historical spots with stories of rebellion and war, to a walking tour of Dublin's castles and parks.


James Joyce and Oscar Wilde — just two of the great Irish names immortalised in metal and stone across the city. Dublin's statues have silently peppered the streets for years, but now in in 2018, some have been given a voice! So if you've ever wondered what Dublin's most famous statues might be able to tell you if they could talk... wonder no more.