I will be in Dublin for 5 days at the end of this month. Any do's and dont's?
we are a group of 7 girls going to Dublin in january 14.
a friend has booked our hotel, but I´m now not sure if it is in the " wrong" area.
she booked St. Georges hotel located at the top of O´Connell street?
we would like to go out in the evening...
are we okay or should we find another hotel?
I'm arriving in Dublin on Wednesday. Is anyone willing to take me in a one day tour in Wicklow Mountains National Park?
All the best,
Is there any service apartment around the Molesworth Street? or any other area close to St Stephens Green and bus station?
I will be traveling to Dublin for business trip from 8-13 and later will take 1 week off to explore Dublin/Ireland. I need help with below:
1. What is the best area to stay in Dublin for easy access to attraction and shopping by walking.
2. Is there any tourist bus for city sightseeing?
3. Is it advisable to travel to Belfast by train?
4. Is it good to take ferry during winter?
5. Where to shop Ireland product?
Hi everyone :)! I'm planning a trip to Dublin for a week (exactly for a Christmas time!). I’m visiting my brother, but he isn’t good tourist guide :/ Can you recommend me interesting places in Dublin for a Christmas time? Have you ever been in Guinness Storehouse? Do you like it?
I am planning for a 2 full days trip to Southern Ireland. I will be travelling from London. I require help in tourist places inside Dublin on Day 1 and then somewhere out (less than 50 to 100kms) where I can see the non-city places.
I will be travelling with my wife and 2 daughters (aged 8 and 4). I also plan to rent a car atleast for day 2, are there any specific road rules or fees that I need to be concerned about. Request your help for travel tips.
I was thinking of going to Dublin for New Year's with my girlfriend. I was wondering how safe it would be cos I'm British and cos of all the people that will be drunk and maybe looking for fights. Thanks.
I will be arriving on Thursday Feb 19, 2014 in Dublin as a stop over before going on to London. It is my first time to Dublin and I only have 3 days. I have been to southwestern Ireland before.
At this time of year what would be excellent sights, hotel, restaurants and experiences?
My husband and I will be in Dublin for 3 days, and want to visit the Harley Davidson in Red Cow Retail Center area, and I was wondering which is the best transport to take us there, we only have 1 1/2 hours free to get there.
And the prices if possible
When I last visited Ireland, I had a taste of Banoffee Pie and I was instantly hooked. My father and I will be making another trip to the Dublin area this coming January, and I was wondering if anyone had any tips on where to go for some good Banoffee Pie. We'll be staying at the Ritz Powerscourt, about 20 minutes out from Temple Bar.
I do know that the pub at the hotel serves one, but I am looking for some personal recommendations.
Thanks in advance for any help!
I will be attending a concert at the O2 arena in November and need to book a hotel to stay after. Can anyone recommend somewhere which is suitable location wise? Perhaps something on a deal/promotion would be good, not too run down but somewhere to also put the head down after a few beers at a goo price!
Thanks as always guys!
Does anyone know of a Spiritual Book/Giftstore in Dublin where I can buy Florida water ?
Is there any way I can get from Malahide to Swords at 5am by public transport?
Hi guys.I'm from Europe and looking for a new adventures.I already paid my one-way ticket to Reykjavik,iceland,and booked my hotel.And I'm still thinkig about to turn it back and go to see beautiful Dublin.What's your position about my "crossroad" problem.I know only one thing-im ready for a new adventure,but i'm kind of confused-where it's gonna be a better place to move and work for a while(probably like 5-6 months).I'm also thinkig about doin both,but i don't know where to go first :D Kind of confusing i guess but :)
never been to Europe before coming from Australia what should I pack ?
/Seems expensive. Is this a good evening? How about for younger children 6 & 8, would they find it entertaining?
We are landing at the Dublin airport in September and have lodging in Dun Laoghaire; how to we get there?
I would like to catch a bus from Antrim to Dublin airport. Is this possible to make this connection or are there transfers involved?
Will be in Dublin in mid-October for seven days for Magic game competition held at the Royal Dublin Society. Need hotel near there for three people. Any suggestions?
I'm planning to stay at a Hostel in Dublin, is it safe?
My husband and I will have one day in Dublin while cruising on the Carnival Legend. Rather than book an excursion, we are interested in seeing the city on our own. Is it possible to walk to a city bus stop from the area the cruise ships come into port? Is it bus # 53 that would take us to the city center?
Can anyone help please? My parents are visiting Dublin this weekend and want to know if its cheaper to get a taxi or use public transport from the airport to the centre?.
Where should I take my 20 and 22 year olds? Also where is the best place to buy gifts to take home that are reasonable? Is there a way to save money on food?
Please can anyone advise the best car hire value in the Lake Garda area
Hi, I will be moving to Dublin for work in September 2013. Likely to be there for at least 2 years. My office will be located at Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2. Any good suggestions for reasonable accommodation with easy access to public transport and amenities like supermarkets, nightlife, etc? Safety of course is very much a priority also. Much appreciated!
Hi, I will be moving to Dublin for work in September 2013. Likely to be there for at least 2 years. My office will be located at Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2. Any good suggestions for reasonable accommodation with easy access to public transport and amenities like supermarkets, nightlife, etc? Much appreciated!
We are shortly to travel to Dublin and will arrive in the centre soon after 9.00am. The hotel doesn't allow check-in until 3pm and has no facilities for leaving luggage. Anyone know anywhere in the Grafton Street area where luggage can be left for a few hours at reasonable cost?
I have read the forums on travel in and around Dublin, as well as gone to the individual websites to try to get a grasp of the best in public transport options. I have to say that I am so overwhelmed so perhaps I can obtain suggestions on the best option based on my travel. Will be arriving in Dublin on Sept. 14th and staying one week. I don't 'do' rental car, am travelling alone, staying in Parnell Square area, would like to make a day trip to Belfast, North Ireland(bus or train?), and side trips to Howth and perhaps a few other places. my hotel is across a hop on,hop off stop so figured I would purchase a ticket on day of arrival to get a feel for the different areas. Since I am going to be relying on public transport for the week, what would be the most convenient option? I am not so much concerned with the least expensive option but would rather be able to have several options available where I am not purchasing a separate ticket for this trip, that transfer, etc. Is there a ticket that allows u to have the choice of bus, local tram, etc. all in one price? (such as the oyster card in London).
sorry if these appears to be quite a simpleton question but I just can't figure out the difference in all the options and I have read them ad nauseum.
thank you in advance.
I will be in Dublin in Sept. and one of my favorite past times is shopping for all things tea and coffee. Can any tea and coffee connoisseurs point me into the right direction to find lovely and charming tea shops-u know the kind...the big jars or boxes of loose teas on the shelves where you can sniff and ask all kinds of questions to find the ones that suit your tastes. teas and coffees are one of my favorite things to bring back from any trip to sip and enjoy long after the trip is over. I do find 'yelp dublin' helpful with reviews, etc. One place I am interested in is Palais de Thes located on Wicklow street. I know it is a French co. that has shops in other cities worldwide. Interested in opinions on great places to sip a cuppa perhaps not so touristy such as Bewley's.
thank you in advance