Brains, beauty and banter. From famous writers to thrilling Viking history and top pubs, you can’t beat the Republic's capital
Hotfoot it from grand galleries and stylish boutiques to the Guinness Storehouse
Have a pint on the City of a Thousand Welcomes
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The story of Bram Stoker, author of Dracula and Dubliner
Visit the Donegal Railway Heritage Centre in Donegal Town and find out just what it was like to travel on the narrow...
A multiple award-winning restaurant, Cafe Paradiso is a Cork City institution. The restaurant is celebrated for bringing...
Murphy Jewellers and Watchmakers was established in Kilkenny City in 1903 by Patrick T. Murphy. A skillful craftsman,...
'On The Nail' is a monthly literary event organised by The Limerick Writers' Centre. The popular event takes place at...
La mere Zou specialises in classic French cuisine. Located on St. Stephen's Green, in south city centre Dublin, this...
Fine cuisine - Prime Beef, Chicken, Irish Lamb and fresh local Seafood.
The Yeats Society operates at the Yeats Memorial Building in Sligo Town. It includes the Yeats Photographic Exhibition,...
$2928 per couple
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$1,770 pp based on two sharing, 6 nights B&B.
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