Dublin City Breaks

Dublin City, What to do and when to go

This week Dublin is our destination of the week and what a place to choose as a city break. The capital of Ireland and the heart of the country with lots to offer all the family as well as many a stag party! Voted twice as the friendliest city it makes it a popular choice for a weekend break as the welcome is warm and the hospitality very good. Who doesn’t love the craic (fun) that can be found in the city of Dublin.

How to get to Dublin city

With a choice of airlines flying to Dublin, it is easy to get to from the mainland UK choose from daily flights from all UK airports as well as a choice of ferry crossings to take the car or just as a passenger. goeasy travel can tailor make any trip to Dublin using low cost carriers and ferry companies.

Where to stay in Dublin

Accommodation is in abundance starting from cheap hostel rooms with shared facilities up to luxury hotels or apartments for groups of friends, whatever your needs, go easy travel can find something perfect to suit your holiday plans.

Tips on what to do and see in Dublin

So if you are planning a trip to Dublin why not have a look at some of our top picks of things to do in dublin, restaurants and bars to visit in Dublin as well as some of the sights you might see.

Dublin is great to explore on foot visiting many of the famous sights, but if you are not sure of what to see or do, check out these Top 20 things to do in Dublin

Sometimes its good to see some of the sights before you go so check out Some of the sights you might see in Dublin

Eating out is an easy option as the choice of restaurants ranging from budget to extravagant is endless in this city, we found some of Dublin Restaurants to consider 

Temple Bar is an area in the heart of Dublin that is popular with many stag and hen parties as well as all the other visitors to Dublin, check out this guide to  Ten of the best pubs in Temple Bar

You can literally shop until you drop in Dublin with a wide choice of areas and shops to visit, check out our guide to Dublin shops

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