Planning a trip to Ireland this year? Look no further than County Dublin. Named after the capital city of Ireland, this county has plenty to offer for all of the family.
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About County Dublin
County Dublin is made up of the capital city of Dublin and the surrounding areas, which include the borders of Wicklow, Meath and Kildare. The River Liffey runs through the county, dividing the north and the south.
Within the county you'll find quaint historic towns of Malahide and Howth, as well as the harbour town of Dun Laoghaire. But the city of Dublin is where most of the action happens, which will be sure to keep you entertained throughout your stay.
What to do
However, it must be said that your trip to Ireland wouldn't be complete without visiting the many traditional Irish pubs. Temple Bar is a world-famous area in the city of Dublin which holds many pubs, clubs and bars – the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion.
Top County Dublin travel tips
If you're planning on visiting a range of towns and villages in the county, your best option would be to hire a car to get around. However, if you're planning on staying in the city, most of the main attractions are within walking distance. You've also got buses and trams you can catch.
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Top Destination reviews
Beautiful 3 Bedroom in D4 near RDS and Aviva
Excellent accommodation, exceeded our expectations for the price. Excellent location for Aviva Stadium
Excellent accommodation, exceeded our expectations for the price. Excellent location for Aviva Stadium.
Would definitely like to return and definitely recommend.
Many thanks to Deniz (owner) who was easy to contact and very helpful.
Perfect and private
This rental is perfectly located just ten minutes down the street and you're into the heart of Skerries where all shops restaurants and bars are. Great rental as it is bright and spacious and great to park the car off the road. Mary left us a wonderful food pack - very generous and popped by as she was passing to make sure all was ok - which it was. We had to leave a day early due to the worsening weather conditions and Mary got back to us very quickly to make sure we made it home ok and to facilitate our lost last day. Extremely very good gesture on her behalf as weather conditions then were not her fault. Very recommendable. We'll be back. …
Stunning Sea View Apartment located on the beach
Cannot fault our stay. Very comfortable, warm and clean. Our hosts we very friendly and helpful. And what better than to wake up right next to a wonderful beach.
Highly recommend. …
We stayed at the flat for a weekend in Dublin. It is conveniently located for the city and has a number of restaurants within walking distance which we enjoyed. There is also a tram station close, but we did walk to Dublin Castle on our second day, which was closer than we thought (we would also recommend the Castle and its Cafe!) We would recommend this flat to others and hope to visit again in the future. …
Old City Temple Bar 2 Bed Apartment
Cows lane apaetmebt
Apartment location was ideal, 5 min walk to busy bars. Very well equipped, perfectly comfortable for six adults. Can’t thank Kate enough for all her help from meeting us with keys, to supplying us with basic provisions and Recommendations for eating out. Would recommend. …
Stylish Urban Cottage
Great place to stay
Had 4 nights here and was very pleasantly surprised when we walked in the door. The house is really well equipped and bright and airy and we walked everywhere, finding different shortcuts to take across the city. We caught the train from Tara Street station one day to Bray and walked from Bray along the cliff top to Greystones, where we had lunch at The Happy Pear, a really lovely, vibrant cafe.
We can certainly recommend doing both. One day we went to Ryans, a very traditional old pub on the north side of the river, past Smithfields Market, which had a great atmosphere. Brother Hubbard's restaurant is also a great place to eat, again on the northside of the river. If you like traditional old-style pubs, look for The Stag on Dame Court, off Dame Street and also The Long Hall on South Great George's Street.
It would be really useful if there was a visitors book in the house, so that you could see where other guests had been and they could also leave their recommendations.
The two things that would have just topped the holiday off would be for the shower to have some attention, as the water is incredibly hot out of the taps, but only really lukewarm out of the shower, which we couldn't understand and one day, after being out all day, there wasn't really any hot water at all. Secondly, one evening we sat outside to have dinner and although it's great to have this area, it would be just perfect if it was jazzed up a little. Maybe paint the walls and possibly lay gravel at the end of the decking.
However, we had a fantastic time at the house and also visiting Dublin and the weather was really good to us as well.
Thank you Keith. …