Traveling to Dublin, Ireland this August and wondering if we should exchange our Canadian currency before we leave or wait tell we arrive in Dublin.
Also location to exchange currency while over in Ireland.
My wife and I are traveling from Newfoundland to Dublin form Aug 8-16 for my wife 50th birthday. We are wonder if we should book defore or when we get to Dublin. There are so many tour company's and all we want is to book with a good company and have fun.
My wife is a big Game of Thornes fan and she like to see Ring of Kerry, Giants Causeway, Cliffs of Moher, Dark Hedges or any other things we can do. Also this is our first time in Ireland.
I'm visiting Dublin City with my 77 year old Irish Mother for 2 day's on the above dates.
We wont have a car this trip, so a central location (within a 5 mile radius) is very important.
(Don't want to do any Airbnb, Hostels or Hotels).
We're just looking for a simple affordable B&B with 2 sinlgle rooms, (if thing's could be busy, then we'd settle for 1 room with 2 single beds type of thing).
Ideally we'd be looking for something circa €50-€70 each per night
Any suggestions or recommendations would be greatly apprciated.
I am gonna go to Dublin for a week in august.
Do you you know any (not to expensive) fun things to do?
How is public transportation in Dublin? Is there a ticket I can buy and use all week? Or how does it work?
Is the Howth Market only open on Sundays? And is there public transportation that I can take? Thanks for your help. Also how far is it from Dublin City Centre
Would like some recommendations for Bed and Breakfast neat city centre. Will be arriving early July....Thanks
We are a elderly couple visiting later this year for 1 week & looking for a apartment in a quiet area with an easy walk to centre. We think the south side of the river would suit us as we are mainly visiting museums, historical sites etc. Having trouble finding anything on the usual sites. Wondered if anyone had any tips or advice etc. Also want to do a couple of easy daytrips by public transport. Any help would be great
I´ll be in Dublin for 3 days(week days). Is it advisable to buy a transport pass? I Intend to take a day (half ?) trip to Howth, is the Market worth going on weekdays? Thanks!
Does anybody know what public transport could be used to get from Dublin Hilton Airport to Travelodge Pheonix Park? Also from Pheonix Park to Malahide? TIA
I'm Immigrating to Ireland from South Africa with my husband and 4 year old. We will be living in Dublin, and my son and I will arrive end of June.
South Africa gets really hot so my closet is filled with clothes for hot weather (30 degrees Celsius). I need to decide which of our clothes we will need to take with as we only have 2 suitcases of 23kg each to take with and need to plan according to Dublin weather.
I know winters get really cold, so my winter clothes i will definitely take, but is it worth taking summer clothes at all?
Sorry all for the strange question :)
I'm from Canada . I'm a single girl who was in Dublin last October. I am returning this May for 10'days. Then I am coming back August 14 for a week , then I am coming back the 2nd of October for another week. I fell in love,with Ireland and with the people . They treated me like family .. I would love to meet a single man for friendship . I have visited several restaurants and pubs in Dublin and the outlying fishing villages on the dart . Loved every minute of it .. This time I plan on spending a day in Cork and 2 days in Galway.. The places in Dublin imhave been to were filled with married men hitting on me .. I'm not bragging I'm just telling you what happened . All I want to know is if anyone knows of any place I could go to meet single people.. That's it . Sometime told me I should be posting this on miscellaneous , so I did, then someone told me to post it on travel so here I am again .. Just a suggestion is all I'm asking .. Thank you for your time . Sandy Doyle . Yes, I'm Irish Canadian with a bit of a temper , I'm so,sorry if I offended anyone ..
Where do they go for lunch or after work?
What is the easiest way to travel from Dublin, Ireland to Glasgow, Scotland?
I´ve found a good price for my overseas tks to Dublin, so I could start my trip there, go to Belfast spend some days, get back to Dublin and fly to London. Does anybody know if there is luggage storage facility at Dublin Airport or Train Station?
My mother recently had an anniversary and we are planning to make a weekend (3-4 days) trip in June as a celebration. She would like to preferably stay in a castle or on a castle area not to far from Dublin. Even Edinburgh and the area around could be an option. Close proximity to a castle where it is possible to visit is the second best option. could help us narrow down would be great! Does anyone have any suggestions? From what I have seen, we are
We have started to search around on the internet, but none of the 4 of us know these areas very well and all ideas that looking at something mid to low budget.
I recently visited Dublin while on a European vacation. On the sidewalks outside of the Christ Church Cathedral, I noticed painted squares that contained "artifacts" embedded in the sidewalk. I took photos but I have been unable to learn what these are, what they represent or the history behind them. I loved Ireland and hopefully I will be able to visit again; everyone was so friendly and helpful. Thank you!
As for Dublin itself, is 2 days (day of arrival and another day) enough to take in the city?
Been here 2 weeks, gave couple days left.....best scenic drive north of Dublin......also even a few nice villages......thanks, martin
My husband and I are thinking to book a flight that will have 22-hour layover in Dublin from 1:30 pm to 11:50 am next day. Where should we stay and what could we do? We'll only have carry-on luggage.
We're in Killarney leaving for Dublin, we're not big city couple.....we traveled the connamara in the north, cliffs of Moyer, ring of Kerry.....now what to do on the east coast.....need your thoughts....thanks...martin
I'm spending 5 days in Dublin from the 12 th of October until the 17th. I'm staying at the castle hotel. I have some tons of research on how to stay away from tourist traps and plan on seeing the city and outlying villages on my own. I would like to know how easy it is to make ones way around on the dart as well as walking in the city.. I won't have data to access google maps while on the streets.. ( crappy phone company ) I hate being stupid. Haha! Also what kind of reception should i expect in the pubs as a single woman.. I love beer, not that cider stuff that I heard women are supposed to drink.. Thank you for any information in advance .. Sandy
I may be doing Ireland next year and if I do, will want to do 1 or 2 day tours. I want to avoid the big coach tours. Can anyone recommend a small group tour operator (16 or less passengers)?
Hy there, I'm staying 3 weeks in Febr. '16 in Dublin for a Language School.
I'm too old for a Guestfamily but I think it can be nice at a B&B where I can have
connections to the owners - but not that much as in a family ;)
Do you have some ideas? Thanks a lot! Sabine
Where and what NOT to do while in Dublin.. Plan on spending 2 days exploring the city on my own and then the rest of the time exploring The countryside on the Dart. Been researching this for a month but could use your ideas as well! Thank you!
I'm staying at The Castle Hotel in Dublin and plan on taking a few trips outside the city on my own on the Dart.. Hiwmfar of a walk would it be to reach the nearest station.. Thank you in advance ! Sandy.
We are going to be in Dublin for 5 days in September. We are planning on doing a hop on and off bus tour on our first day; the second day a trip out of Dublin to the Cliffs of Moher; the 3rd day spent back in Dublin, 4th day another trip out to the countryside and the 5th day free to decide when we are there. We would like suggestions of anything you think are musts for us to see or do? We love the pictures of Kylemore Abbey and wondering if that trip would be good to take?
Any suggestions of tour companies for day trips?
Thanks in advance. Any insights would be greatly appreciated.
Is the Dublin "Leapcard" the way to go for a two day stay in Dublin?
We have a layover on a Monday from 9am to 4pm. We are thinking about trying to go to pub for an early lunch. Is that to risky? If not, any recommendations? Last thing we want to do is miss our flight back to the US, but would love to venture out just a little.
Is this itinerary reasonable for a 3-days' stay in Dublin?
1. Dublin Castle
2. Spire of Dublin
3. Trinity College-Book of Kells-Dame Street, Bankers Pub-free look at copy of the Book
4. Ha'penny Bridge
5. Mansion House
6. Anna Livia Monument
7. Molly Malone statue
8. Christ Church Cathedral
9. Poolbeg Towers
10. Kilmainham Jail
11. Guinness Brewery-round of drinks at pub-hand in pocket
12. Mulligan's Pub-Poolbeg Street-Tara St. Station-close to Grafton Street.
Any suggestions please?
Thank you, All!
My girlfriend and I are landing in Dublin for a connection flight this summer, there is about 11 hours between the flights during daytime. We are way to impatient to stay at the airport for the entire time, we want to explore the city a little bit and maybe get a bite to eat, what can you guya reccomend we do with limited time in mind?
Thanks in advance