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- 98%Local Culture
- 97%History Buffs
- 83%Art & Design Lovers
- 74%Nightlife Lovers
- 66%Family Travelers
- 65%Business Travelers
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- DublinMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4Nov 06, 2013
The countryside gets all of the rave reviews but I love cities and Dublin is no exception. Temple Bar can be tedious but still has its local gems. Get out, explore, and meet the locals. Friendly with a great history and there is always a good pint waiting for you at the end of the night.
- DublinMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 2Nov 05, 2013
History is all around you so soak it in. Try to get off the beaten path a little and mingle with locals. Great stories are told over a pint. Summer is a little more preferred.
- DublinOct 23, 2013
My last name's O'Neill, so I guess I'd have a natural affection for this place. I guess what surprised me about it on the first visit was how lovely it was despite being incredibly gray and gloomy the whole time--all those stereotypes about twinkly Irish folks are true often enough to inspire cheer throughout the day. It's a cozy-feeling place, not too big or ostentatious--and even the failed "Celtic tiger" bits of real estate don't really change the tone of the city too much. And good food and drink...and often fresh oysters. What's not to like?
- DublinOct 23, 2013
A natural starting point for any first-timer's trip to Ireland, this city of firelit pubs, cobblestone alleys where literary greats like James Joyce once skulked, and moody seafront views is made for exploring on foot. The best way to get there? By ferry from Wales, where you might see, hear or even get to join in spontaneous folk music and dancing below decks.
- DublinMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 12Sep 02, 2013
Such a deliciously bite-sized little city! So refeshing after hiking the likes of Paris or London! Everything is an easy walking distance from everything else! The prices here are not bad and every place you pass is historical. Many buildings in the city have dates on them, some like Christ Church are coming up on 1000 years old! Amazing!
- DublinMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Sep 01, 2013
The republic of Ireland's largest and most significant city. Haven't been there since the Celtic tiger stubbed its toe, but dynamic and exciting back in 2006-7. Lots to explore depending on your tastes.
- DublinMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Jul 25, 2013
Dublin is a city with a whole lot of character! The main shopping street is always active, but the rest of the city can be kind of quiet and good for a romantic stroll along the river. That is, until you run into a clan of students on a giant pub crawl.
- DublinJul 10, 2013
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- DublinJul 08, 2013
Great City. Great people. Make sure to take a side trip to Kildare to visit the Newbridge Silverware Visitors Centre. Spent the day at their Museum of Style Icons (MOSI) and enjoyed Hollywood and music memorabilia that are remarkable. Then had lunch at the Silver Restaurant. It was an entire day of fun and a great travel destination to visit. Only 30 minutes outside of Dublin and beautiful countryside along the way.