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Smithfield Village. Dans St Stephen's Green. Dans Grafton street. Dans le quartier de Temple Bar. Sur Liffey Board Walk.
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Dublin is a city steeped in contradictions: Catholic and Anglican, Celtic beneath a classical exterior, working-class yet affluent. The city has been capital of the Republic of Ireland since 1949, and has not been able to rid itself of the influence of its one thousand year enemy, the British Crown. Although Dublin's vitality has never waned, as shown by the outstanding creativity of its writers and poets, Ireland's new prosperity is now spectacularly clear for all to see.

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Tourist attractions Dublin : Things to see and do

  • This sober library (1712-1732) is by Thomas Burgh, chief engineer and surveyor general. The wonderful treasury includes some of the library's most important works including the extraordinary Book of Kells, and illuminated manuscript on vellum (c 800)..

  • Chester Beatty Library Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Dublin Castle - accès par le château ou Ship St.

    Sir Alfred Chester Beatty (1875-1968) established one of the most beautiful collections of Islamic and Far Eastern art in the world. A small part of it is permanently exhibited in a building on the edge of the gardens of Dublin Castle. It includes Ar..

  • The castle was the seat of power of the British Crown for seven centuries until 1922; many prisoners languished in its dungeons and severed heads were displayed at is gates. At the urban heart of Dublin, it has evolved from an imposing fortress into ..

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Hotels Dublin

  • RiverHouse Hotel of Temple Bar Two stars Two stars

    23-24 Eustace Street IRL - Dublin D2

    Prix Prices from : 45 €

    In the centre of lively Temple Bar, with its famous pubs and restaurants, the RiverHouse Hotel offers modern rooms and its own nightclub. Trinity College is just 5 minutes’ walk away. Surrounded by cobbled streets, the hotel is just a 5-minute walk..

  • Parliament Hotel (Formerly Arlington Hotel Temple Bar) Three stars Three stars Three stars

    Lord Edward Street IRL - Dublin D2

    Prix Prices from : 59 €

    Located in the very heart of Dublin city centre, this hotel is opposite the historic Dublin Castle and beside Temple Bar. Every weekend traditional Irish music is played in its Legends Bar. Rooms at Arlington Hotel Temple Bar are bright, well furnis..

  • The Clarence

    6-8 Wellington Quay IRL - Dublin D2

    Owned by Bono and The Edge of U2, The Clarence boasts sumptuous rooms with super king-size, wrought-iron beds and velvet drapes. On the River Liffey, the hotel is situated right in Dublin’s centre. Each individually designed room features custom-des..

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Leisure activities Dublin

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Restaurants Dublin

  • Brasserie Le Pont Comfortable restaurant 

    25 Fitzwilliam Pl IRL - D2 Dublin

    Set in the basement of a Georgian townhouse; enjoy lunch at the marble-topped counter or out on the terrace - or nab the intimate booth for more privacy. Cooking has a classic Gallic base but is presented in a light, modern manner.

  • Drury Buildings Quite comfortable restaurant 

    52-55 Drury St IRL - D2 Dublin

    A hip, laid-back 'New York loft': its impressive terrace has a retractable roof and reclaimed furniture features in the stylish cocktail bar, which offers cicchetti and sharing boards. The airy restaurant serves rustic Italian dishes.

  • Delahunt Quite comfortable restaurant 

    39 Camden Street Lower IRL - D2 Dublin

    A former Victorian grocer's shop, mentioned in James Joyce's 'Ulysses'. The old counter is now a bar and the clerk's snug is a glass-enclosed private dining room. Lunch offer two choices per course and dinner, four. Precisely executed, flavoursome di..

  • Fade St. Social-Restaurant Comfortable restaurant 

    4-6 Fade St IRL - D2 Dublin

    Have cocktails on the terrace then head for the big, modern brasserie with its raised open kitchen. Dishes use Irish ingredients but have a Mediterranean feel; they specialise in sharing dishes and large cuts of meat such as chateaubriand.

  • SÖDER+KO Quite comfortable restaurant 

    64 South Great George's St IRL - D2 Dublin

    A vast, vibrant bar-cum-bistro in a former nightclub, with numerous rooms and even a chill-out lounge. Skilfully prepared Asian small plates are a mix of the modern and the classic; they are appealing, satisfying and good value.

  • Fade St. Social-Gastro Bar Quite comfortable restaurant 

    4-6 Fade St IRL - D2 Dublin

    Buzzy restaurant with an almost frenzied feel. It's all about a diverse range of original, interesting small plates, from a bacon and cabbage burger to a lobster hot dog. Eat at the kitchen counter or on leather cushioned 'saddle' benches.

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