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Planning the perfect break can seem like an impossible mission sometimes. Trawling through pages and pages of hard-to-follow information and making sure you don’t miss out on the latest deals is not the easiest feat. That’s where booking with Venere.com can help you out. We’ve got places all over the world, ready and waiting to be booked for your ideal holiday. We have a great selection of Dublin hotels for you to choose from – so pick us for your Emerald Isle escape. Our user-friendly site will let you find what you’re looking for when you select the easy-to-use price and rating filters. You can also pick your desired accommodation and trip type and check guest reviews to seal the deal. Venere even provides a helpful list of the top sights and handy hints and tips so that you won’t miss a thing during your stay. We’ll do the hard work – so you can just enjoy your time as a Dubliner.

What's Dublin like?

Dublin, the Republic of Ireland’s capital city, is an exciting and vibrant hub of culture, history, beautiful architecture, the arts, industry – and pubs! Originally a Viking settlement at the mouth of the River Liffey, the city has a population of over 1.2 million. The Liffey divides the city in two – the Northside and the Southside. The name ‘Dublin’ comes from the Irish for ‘black, dark’ and this refers to a deep tidal pool that was once near the shore of impressive Dublin Castle. Nicknamed the ‘Fair City’, Dublin is very verdant, with more green spaces per km than any other European capital. Find accommodation near Phoenix Park, which is home to a herd of deer. Dublin Zoo and Ashtown Castle are popular as is St Stephen’s Green. Find a place to stay around Ha’penny Bridge and Trinity College, both famous landmarks. Wander around stunning Ardgillen Castle and its grounds before taking the footbridge to Barnageera Beach. Dublin has long been a centre for literature and creativity and this is a reputation that still stands today. The birthplace of Oscar Wilde is brimming over with history and culture. There are a variety of Dublin hotels, bars, restaurants, shops and attractions – so you really will be spoilt for choice here. Get your art fix at the Irish Museum of Modern Art and the National Museum of Ireland.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Dublin

Dublin and Dubliners have a genuine charisma and zest for life. If you want to get to the real heart of Dublin, visit Dublin on St Patrick’s Day and sample a Guinness – or two! With over 1,000 pubs in the city, it’s destined to be a long night! Recent years have seen Dublin attract tech giants like Microsoft and Google to use the city as their European HQ. These partnerships have added a high-tech slickness and sense of innovation to the city while respecting history and tradition. Literature fans should catch June’s Bloomsday, a day to celebrate James Joyce’s masterpiece Ulysses with readings, guided walks – and, of course, a pub crawl! Book accommodation near the James Joyce Museum and see the setting for the book’s first scene. Visitors to Dublin can expect a maritime climate with cool summers, mild winters and possible rainy days throughout the year. With good public transport in place, visitors can take the bus, train (including the DART – Dublin Area Rapid Transit) or tram to get around. Cycling is popular in Dublin and it’s a great way to see the city sights. Hit the shops at Grafton Street, Henry Street or one of the huge department stores like Brown Thomas to bag some souvenirs. Choose from a great selection of Dublin hotels with travel experts Venere.