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Blackrock Park in County Dublin is a pleasant green area overlooking Dublin Bay and boasts a well equipped children's playground, cycle path and trees.
The Irish literary tradition is one of the most illustrious in the world, famous for four Nobel Prize winners and for many other writers of international renown. In 1991, the Dublin Writers Museum was opened to house a history and celebration of literary Dublin.
Swords Castle is standing in the centre of the north county Dublin town since 1200 A.D. It was built by the first Norman Archbishop of Dublin, John Comyn who succeeded St Laurence O Toole as Archbishop in 1180 A.D.
The Irish Celtic Craftshop is a treasure trove of gifts. A family run business since 1992, this shop has an ideal location in the oldest part of Dublin beside Christchurch Cathedral.
The Gaiety Theatre Late Night Clubs continue to lead the way in unique late-night entertainment in the capital, with a mixture of the hottest bands, DJ's and movies every Friday and Saturday night in Dublin's grandest Theatre. Against the backdrop of the stunning Victorian auditorium, the Theatre rocks every weekend to the beats of 80's Disco, Salsa, Hip Hop, Blues & Rock n Roll, Indie Tunes, RnB, Ska and Reggae. Plenty of room, no dress code. No VIP queue, just plain old live music, dancing and late drinking in the most unusual venue in Dublin. Yes, it's true. You have just been privy to Dublin's best kept secret. It's time you went and checked it out for yourself.
Dublin is well known for its friendliness, culture and fun and now it has a new way to see the city which will showcase those qualities.
The Eden Group has considerable experience in education and training for over fifteen years.
In just two hours this award-winning and entertaining 'seminar on the street' (“10 out of 10 for outstanding blend of history and humour” Irish Times) conducted by history graduates of Trinity College, explores the main features of Irish history – Dublin’s development, the influence of the American and French Revolutions, the Potato Famine 1845 to 1849, the 1916 Rising, the War of Independence, partition, and concludes with the Northern Ireland peace process and Ireland today. Assemble at the front gate of Trinity College, passing the Old Parliament House, Temple Bar, City Hall, Dublin Castle, Wood Quay, Christ Church Cathedral and the Four Courts along the tour.
Essence Bistro in Swords, Co. Dublin, offers express lunch, lunch, early bird, dinner and special offer menus of locally sourced, high quality, bistro style food, cooked by award winning chefs. It's what your knife and fork have been waiting for!
EF is the world's largest educational travel company. Our year-round Dublin school is situated in the heart of the city in a stunning Georgian townhouse.
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