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A thousand years of historical heritage a Viking past and Georgian grandeur make Dublin the capital of Ireland an ideal holiday destination. Savour the city with all-inclusive holidays to Dublin from Travel Center and enjoy. Culture buffs visit the National Museum, St. Stephen’s Green, Croke Park and Grafton Street for a taste of history dating back a thousand years. The city is home to many museums, castles and chic galleries while walk-about tours yield lovely Georgian houses, scenic quays and roadside cafes to relax at. Dublin is great for shopping. The Temple Bar Night Markets are an unforgettable experience, running from 6pm to 10pm the lively markets feature street entertainers, music, dancing, dance workshops and handicrafts of skilled arts and craftsmen. The city which preserves its old heritage has moved on, enjoy the modern bars which dish out jazzy tunes, good food and a relaxed atmosphere. Boat tours and hop on hop off buses are great for scouting the city. Visitors are welcome here where angling on Rye Water or Broad Meadow reservoirs is a favourite pastime and spending the evenings in a cosy pub is a way of life. Experience it all with all-inclusive holiday packages to Dublin from Travel Center including cheap flights, budget accommodation and flexible booking options. Have a taste of Dublin this holiday and enjoy!


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Time Zone

UTC+00:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Aer Lingus, CityJet, Ryanair, Flybe



Best Time to Travel

June to August

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car, Trams, Ferry

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Dublin Writers Musuem

The museum was opened in 1991 and occupies an original 18th century house. It was established to promote interest in Irish literature through its collection, displays and activities. It is associated with the Irish Writers Center providing links with living writers and the international literary scene.

National Transport Musuem of Ireland

This transport museum is located in the grounds of the Howth Castle. The oldest items displayed here are from the second half of the 19th century and the newest items are from 1984 and includes buses, lorries, tractors, trams, trucks and fire engines. One of the main attractions at the museum is the restored Hill of Howth No.9 Tram.

Waldock Gallery

The Waldock Art Gallery has been selling professional Irish paintings for more than 20 years. The gallery has oil paintings, watercolour paintings and various framed and mounted prints. It is located in the suburbs of south county, Dublin.

The Chocolate Warehouse

This unique venue takes you through the history of chocolate and the joy of making it. In just a few words it truly is a chocolate wonderland. Key seasonal events are held here especially during Christmas and Easter. It has the largest chocolate factory shop in Ireland. The Chocolate Warehouse was established in 2001 by Natasha Caffery.

Drimnagh Castle

Up until 1954, this castle was the oldest continually inhabited castle in Ireland. It is Ireland’s only remaining moated castle, the moat is fed by a small river called The Bluebell. One of its very first owners was Sir Hugh de Bernival around the year 1216. The castle consists of a 15th century great hall and a 16th century tower. It is open for public tours as well as a venue for weddings and other events.

Newbridge House and Farm

This house is an early 18th century Georgian estate and mansion. It was built in 1736 by Archbishop Charles Cobbe and remained as the Cobbe family’s home until 1985. Located in 400 acres of partially wooded park, it is one of the best surviving examples of Georgian architecture. It is one of the rare houses that still has most of its original furniture.

Molly Malone Statue

Molly Malone was a semi historical, semi legendary figure who was mentioned in the famous Irish song ‘Cockles and Mussels’. This statue of Molly Malone was unveiled by the then Lord Mayor of Dublin, Ben Briscoe on the 13th of June 1988 during the Dublin millennium celebrations. The same day was also declared as Molly Malone Day. The statue has now been relocated to Suffolk Street from its original home of Grafton Street.

Royal Hibernian Academy

The RHA is an institute that is dedicated to developing and exhibiting traditional and innovative approaches to the visual arts. The institute was established in 1823 with its first president being landscape painter William Ashford. It holds regular exhibitions and art shows.

Ward River Valley Park

This park is spread over 89 hectares of woodland habitats, wetlands and grasslands and some archeological remains such as 12th century fortifications and remains of an Italian garden. There are also several viewing points, picnic sites and a children’s playground.

Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church

This church was built in 1840 and its interior has been designed according to the Greek revival style of the early 19th century. Regular church services are still held here every Sunday.