Top Five Things To Do In Dublin with 2 Night's Dinner, B&B from only €129pps
Visit Dublin City
Dublin is one of Europe’s oldest cities. As well as retaining its historical and cultural charms, Dublin offers trendy bars, elegant restaurants and stylish, cosmopolitan shops and hotels. With its mix of urban cool, lush parkland, sweeping coastline and hip designer boutiques, Dublin pulsates with energy while still retaining a warm, laid-back atmosphere.
Nestled on the East Coast of Ireland it offers all you could want from a city break with history, culture and more pubs than you’ll know what to do with. There are so many reasons to visit Dublin whether it’s for business or for pleasure!
Top 5 things to do in Dublin
1. Visit Trinity College
Trinity College was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth. Among many famous students to attend the college, were playwrights Oliver Goldsmith and Samuel Beckett. Trinity's lawns and cobbled quads provide a pleasant haven in the heart of the city. The major attractions are the Old Library and the Book of Kells, housed in the Old Library.
2. Guinness Storehouse
Dublin is known as the heart and soul of Ireland, and Guinness is at the heart of the city itself. So a trip to this vibrant capital is not complete without a visit to the home of Guinness and Ireland’s number one visitor attraction – Guinness Storehouse.
3. Kilmainham Jail
Built in 1792, it is Ireland's most famous disused prison. It held throughout the years many famous Nationalists and Republicans in members of the Society of United Irishmen (1798), Young Irelanders (c1840s), Fenians and Land agitators, Parnell, Davitt. The leaders of the 1916 Ester Rising were executed here. The prison was closed in 1924. This building gives a good insight into the history of Irish Republicanism.
4. Marsh's Library
Just a few steps away from St Patrick's Cathedral is Ireland's oldest public library. Founded by Archbishop Narcissus Marsh in 1701, this tiny gem is charming and well worth a visit for its collection of early books and manuscripts.
5. Shopping in the Capital
With its bustling city centre and lively suburbs Dublin provides the ideal setting for shopping, offering the visitor a wonderful array of products ranging from the traditional to the contemporary.
Talbot Hotel Stillorgan
A ideal base for exploring the main attractions of Dublin and its surroundings. The Talbot Hotel Stillorgan enjoys an enviable location with free parking on the N11 and close to the M50 with a 10-minute direct route to Dublin City Centre, Grafton Street and St. Stephens Green making it perfect when looking for Dublin Hotels.
Enjoy 2 Night's Dinner, Bed & Breakfast from only €129pps
- No Booking Deposit, Free Cancellation 24hrs Prior to arrival
- 2 Course evening meal with Tea or Coffee in the Brass Bar & Grill from 5pm-8pm
- Full Irish Breakfast in The Purple Sage Restaurant
- Free Wireless Internet available throughout the hotel.
- Tea & Coffee facilities in your room
- Complimentary onsite car parking
- Located on the Dublin Bus 46A & 145 route
- Non-Smoking Hotel