You have everything at your doorstep in the city centre and there's an exciting mix of cultures and ideas to cater for every whim you might have. You can indulge in a shopping spree, enjoy some of our city parklands or have a pint in the numerous pubs and clubs.
See & Do
The city centre offers plenty of walking, bus and bicycle tours for you to get a feel for the city. Why not try the Historical Walking Tour of Dublin to find out more about our fascinating and violent history.
You'll also find some beautiful urban parks like the Iveagh Gardens that has its own waterfall and commonly hosts gigs and events in the summer months. You'll also see many beautiful architectural and historial buildings, not least Trinity College.
Whether you want the glitz and glamour of a hotel like The Morgan, the refined elegance of The Merrion Hotel or the opulent glamour of The Shelbourne there are plenty of high class establisments to fit your needs.
The Henry Street area is one of Dublin's oldest and most recognisable shopping districts. Here the modern high street mixes with the old traditions with women often selling goods such as strawberries and cherries from old prams.
Meanwhile on Moore Street you'll find one of Dublin's biggest open air food markets and plenty of interesting ethnic shops if you're looking for rarer items.