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Hotels in Dublin

Location, Climate

After you make your Dublin hotel reservations, it is best for you to know better about where you are going. So, here are the facts about Dublin. Dublin is situated right in the centre of Ireland's Dublin district and at the opening of River Liffey. This place is very large but the centre is small. The weather in Dublin is mild which makes it a pleasant place to visit anytime of the year but the best time is still summer when it is sunny and dry. We hope the weather will be fine when you are staying at Dublin hotels.

Brief History

The first inhabitants of Dublin are the Vikings showing traces as far as 841. The Danes took over Dublin during the 9th century, but was taken over by England's King Henry II in 1171. After the English Civil Wars, Oliver Cromwell ruled Dublin and became one of the greatest cities during the 17th century.

Events, Landmarks, Activities

There are many Dublin city hotels in its most popular districts, offering you an unforgettable vacation. There are also some other things which will amaze you here. Millions of tourists travel to Dublin for the great celebration of St. Patrick's Festival Parade, held every year on March and featuring colourful costumes, dances, floats and beer. Since Dublin is known for its beer, then make sure to visit its top breweries including Old Jameson Distillery and Guinness Storehouse. Dublin boasts of its architectural masterpieces such as the Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Castle, General Post Office and the Custom House. There are also lots of world-class museums in Dublin such as the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin Writers Museum and Dublinia & the Viking World. You can see these landmarks by booking Dublin hotel deals. There are a few cities close to Dublin such as seaside Bray and natural beauty Wicklow that are worth a visit.


If you search for discount hotels in Dublin, you search for the best way to travel here. The city centre can be easily explored on foot but the tram or train can be used for farther destinations. Taking a bus is also advisable because there are more than 200 bus routes in the city. Taxis in Dublin are cheaper and easy to get. Find cheap hotels in Dublin nearby public transportation.

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