Discover five superb places around Dublin, easily accessible in public transport and perfect for a day or half-day trip from the Irish capital.
The lighthouses in Dublin Bay have been guiding captains and their crews for more than a hundred years. These sturdy buildings in stunning locations also make for a great day out and about, exploring the coastline and soaking in panoramic views.
Fleeing France because of religious persecution, Huguenots settled in Dublin in the 17th century. What mark did they leave on the city? Discover what is left today of Dublin’s French heritage.
What are the best things to do in Visiting Phoenix Park? The largest enclosed park in Europe has a long history and harbours interesting historical attractions behind its high stone walls. Uncover what is worth seeing in this historic Dublin park.
Discover the Irish capital with this Dublin literary walking tour. From museums to bookshops, libraries and festivals, this is everything book lovers need to know about Dublin to enjoy its literary heritage.
Dublin public transportation explained. How to get around Dublin by bus, tram, DART or bike and how to travel to and from Dublin airport.
Sprinkle your visit to Dublin with great international and Irish art available to see for free in Dublin’s art museums. With antique, richly decorated bibles, artworks by Renoir and more, the city’s art museums should appear firmly on your must-see list.
Drawing from a decade long experience living in the Irish city, I share with you 20 tips to visit Dublin on a budget. From flying low-cost to cheap hotels, free things to do to eating on the cheap, this money saving advice will help you enjoy Dublin without breaking the bank.