Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport places guests a 7-minute drive or shuttle ride from the terminals. It's a 20 minute cab journey to visit the delights of Dublin's ...
Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport$106Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport$106
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Beaumont Hospital and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Tolka Park. Dublin City University and Bon Secours Hospital ...
Holiday Inn Express Hotel Dublin Airport$102Holiday Inn Express Hotel Dublin Airport$102
The Clayton Hotel Burlington Road is a 15-minute walk to city center and close to Aviva Stadium, RDS, and CCD . Guests can catch the bus across the street and ...
Clayton Hotel Burlington Road$118Clayton Hotel Burlington Road$118
Luxury 5 Star Hotel in Dublin city centre, located beside the main shopping district Grafton Street, and walking distance to cultural attractions, restaurants, ...
The Westbury Hotel$306The Westbury Hotel$306
Set in Dublin, this family-friendly hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Blanchardstown Shopping Centre, National Aquatic Centre, and War Memorial Gardens. Guinness ...
Clayton Hotel Liffey Valley$97Clayton Hotel Liffey Valley$97
Located 3 km (1.9 mi) from Dublin city center and 8 km (5 mi) from the airport, this hotel is walking distance to the Croke Park entertainment venue and Dublin ...
Dublin Skylon Hotel$95Dublin Skylon Hotel$95
Just off the M1, this hotel is 0.3 miles (0.5 km) from Dublin Airport and 3 miles (5 km)from Malahide Castle. Central Dublin attractions, such as Temple Bar ...
Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport$122Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport$122
In the heart of Dublin, this hotel is within a 2-minute walk of Christ Church Cathedral and Dublin Castle. St Stephen's Green and Trinity College, home to The ...
Jurys Inn Dublin Christchurch$130Jurys Inn Dublin Christchurch$130
Set in a 12th-century castle with 21st-century features, this hotel is located three kilometres from Dublin and eight kilometres from Dublin International ...
Clontarf Castle Hotel$160Clontarf Castle Hotel$160
Ireland is an island to the northwest of continental Europe. It is the third-largest island in Europe and is divided in two; Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom, while the Republic of Ireland is not.
One of the major attractions in Ireland is Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin, an old jail that is a historical site. Another, the National Botanic Gardens, is just minutes from Dublin and offers a view of hundreds of plants.
Some holidays that occur in Ireland include St. Patrick's Day on March 17 and May Day on May 1. If you want to avoid crowds, you'll want to visit in the spring and fall. Summer is often crowded with tourists, and the winter is rainy and windy, with many rural sites being closed. Ireland can be chilly any time of the year, so make sure you pack layers of clothing for your trip. Book online at Orbitz.com, and save on your trip to Ireland, no matter when you visit.
Follow the intrigue of Western Ireland as Richard Bangs explores the "Episodes of the Moment" in Connacht - once the edge of the known world, now an enticing glimpse of Celtic legend., From Guinness stout to the extinct brown bear, castles and pirate queens, the hoodwinked falconer to the hard-headed hag of Moher, this is Western Ireland.
Over 10-days in Western Ireland join Richard as he shares the local talents and stories. Learn how to pour the perfect pint at the Quay's in Galway. Discover how Irish bogs are considered the rainforests of Europe. Meet Limerick, a peregrine falcon, who at 240 miles an hour, demonstrates why she's the fastest living thing in the world. Climb a mountain or two as you walk in St. Patrick's footsteps. Make the perfect Irish coffee at the place where it was invented. Is it possibly the best wedding gift ever; a castle on a lake? Discover the love story of Kylemore Abbey. Travel off the coast to the Aran Islands and attempt to unravel the yet unsolved mystery of Dun Aonghasa, an archaic, cliff bound, fortress overlooking the Atlantic. In Westport, step back in time with Ireland's Pirate Queen Grace O'Malley. Pothole your way through underground caverns and waterfalls in Aillwee cave. Off the Cliffs of Moher try and locate the sea hag resting on an cliff face 600 feet above the ocean. Meet Dan O'Hara's descendent as he shares a taste of Irish moonshine and tells Dan's everyman story; who in 1840 was forced to emigrate to the US after he was evicted from his home for having windows that were too big.
It begins, as do all good Irish stories, in a pub. Sitting, Guinness in grip, with old friend Karen Coleman, a radio and television host in Dublin, she effluxes: "You've got to go to the west of Ireland. It's good craic." Read more Huffington Post Article
This beautiful, urban park is the park in "Ulysses," by James Joyce, and it is a lovely place to relax.
This pub is owned and managed by musicians, so you'll be able to hear traditional music from locals.
This local 2-hour event teaches the crowd three dances, and before and between dances, the hosts perform for the guests.
This local point of interest is a religious site and architectural landmark.
You can't miss out on this brewery when you're in Ireland; you'll have a taste of local brews and favorite drinks.
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