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  1. The Ireland Whiskey Trail

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The award winning 'Ireland Whiskey Trail', is a free touring guide to Ireland's distilleries, best whiskey pubs, hotel and golf club bars and specialised whiskey shops. It includes a free touring map in English, French and German, downloadable from our website.

    Each distillery, pub, etc was personally researched and selected by Ireland’s best known independent whiskey expert, Heidi Donelon. Of particular note are the pubs on this Whiskey Trail – traditional, friendly, quaint, quirky or just plain unusual, each one is a great Irish pub in its own right as well as specialising in whiskey.

    So, if you fancy learning more about Irish whiskey during your trip, or just want to find that perfect pub for a great Irish night, look no further than the email and web addresses above. Read more

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  2. Hughes

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Hughes market pub, located on Chancery Street in Dublin city centre is well known as one of Irelands oldest traditional music venues. Hughes serves a selection of bar food during the day Monday to Sunday. Read more

  3. A Touch of Ireland Ltd.

    Dublin City, Dublin

    A dedicated multi-lingual team with a wealth of knowledge and ideas about Ireland. Personal service is very high on our list of proprieties-we enjoy what we do and want your client to experience the very best Dublin has to offer for their taste and budget. Read more

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  4. Hanlon's Pub

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Hanlon’s pub on the North Circular Road has something for everyone. Hanlon's has an excellent carvery and a la carte menu, big screens for all major events, wifi, a night club and an off licence. Read more

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  5. Ireland The Living Heritage

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The UCD International Summer School continues the tradition, established more than half a century ago, of exploring aspects of Irish life, culture and history, with guidance from the university’s internationally-renowned faculty members. Read more

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  6. National Botanic Gardens

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Founded in 1795, the National Botanic Gardens are a botanic haven within the bustling capital city. Set in Glasnevin, County Dublin, the gardens contain more than 15,000 plant species from habitats around the world. Read more

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  7. Dobbins Wine Bistro

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located near Merrion Square in Dublin City Centre, Dobbins Wine Bistro, est. 1976, continues to exceed expectations in serving fresh, exceptional quality food & wine in a modern setting. Enjoy a tempting variety of dishes, for Lunch or Dinner. Read more

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  8. Pasta Fresca

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located off Grafton St., near St. Stephens Green, Pasta Fresca Italian brasserie specialises in fresh, home-made pasta, pizza, lo-carb & vegetarian dishes. Lunch & Dinner & wine are served 7 days a week, in a friendly, welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. Read more

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  9. Edmund Burke

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Edmund Burke(12 January 1729– 1797) was a political philosopher and orator, and is generally viewed as the philosophical founder of modern Conservatism. He was born on Arran quay in Dublin. There is a monument to him at Trinity College, Dublin. Read more

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  10. Malvern House English Language School

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Malvern House Dublin is a high quality English language school, which uses cutting edge learning technology to enhance your learning experience. We are located on Dame Street, just 2 minutes from the famous Trinity College. Read more

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