About Dublin

Welcome to Dublin Hotels Info: our new redesigned/website offers you all the information you need for your holiday or late break in Dublin, the historic, cosmopolitan capital of Ireland. We have provided  information on flights, ferries, events, transport, tours, museums,  galleries, restaurants and, as you’d expect from the home of Guinness, Dublin pubs, possibly the best pint of Guinness. You can also book a range of accommodation online, from youth hostels, guesthouses, B&Bs to 5 star hotels, we cater for every taste and every budget.

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Shopping in Dublin

Dublin with its bustling city centre and lively suburbs provides the ideal setting for shopping, offering the visitor a wonderful array of products ranging from the traditional to the more contemporary, from traditional Irish handmade crafts to the latest International designer labels.

Dublin has always been a fashionable city but today it embraces a new sense of prosperity and confidence, and this is reflected in the wide choice and variety on offer to the visitor.

A must for all shoppers is the central shopping area which runs from O’Connell Street to Grafton Street. Here you’ll find one of the best shopping districts in Dublin (and in Ireland for that matter) for concentrated and speciality shopping at prices competative with most other European cities.

Once you leave the city behind, many of the suburban shopping centres such as the Liffey Valley Centre and the Blanchardstown Centre, incorporate high street stores and individual speciality shops to provide a complete shopping experience under one roof.

Dining Out in Dublin

Dining out has become, for Dubliners at least, part of everyday life instead of a special occasion. The fantastic range and variety of restaurants in Dublin today, comparable with any other European capital, offer the very best in international cuisine ensuring that there is something to suit everyone, regardless of palate preference or purse.

Restaurants, like so many other aspects of the city of Dublin, are given their particular character by the people who run them. Dublin restauranteurs will make a celebration of your arrival, yet seem so relaxed carrying out their work, you won’t be aware of their professionalism and efficiency. It is this, that gives Dublin restaurants their charm… and what a wealth there is to choose from!

If you want superb ethnic cuisine in atmospheric surroundings, Dublin will provide. There has been a notable surge in recent times in the number of European, Eastern and Far Eastern restaurants, French, Italian and Mediterranean fare, Scandinavian specialities, Russian, Indian, Japanese and Oriental dishes – the choice of cuisine from around the globe is endless. But don’t forget about an all-important, world famous traditional Irish meal.

If, however, you want to eat well, but within a budget, Dublin will not let you down. There are plenty of cheaper, livelier restaurants to be found in which you can eat very and inexpensively. Dublin is famous for the quality of its many pub lunches, particularly good for those needing to fill up on a limited budget.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Music in Dublin

Music and song play a large part in the artisitic make-up of Dubliners, and Dublin provides a showcase for all facets of talent.

Traditional Irish folk musicians such as The Dubliners and The Chieftains have found inspiration and worldwide popularity and recent contemporary success stories such as Boyzone and JJ72 have joined the likes of U2 and The Corrs on the International scene.

From traditional to jazz, classical to rock ‘n’ roll, in Dublin you will be serenaded with pure class.

For a list of good pubs visit Dublinpubs.com

Arts & Entertainment in Dublin

Dublin, with its bustling city centre and lively suburbs provides the ideal setting for shopping, offering the visitor a wonderful array of Entertainment with street buskers while seeking products ranging from the traditional to the more contemporary. From traditional Irish crafts to international designer labels, you’ll find everything you need shopping in Dublin.

Dublin has always been a fashionable city but today it embraces a new sense of prosperity and confidence, and this is reflected in the wide choice and variety on offer to the visitor.

A must for all shoppers is the central shopping area which runs from O’Connell Street to Grafton Street. Here you’ll find one of the best shopping districts in Dublin and in Ireland also, for concentrated and speciality shopping at prices competitive with most other European cities.

Once you leave the city behind, many of the suburban shopping centres such as the Liffey Valley Centre and the Blanchardstown Centre, incorporate high street stores and individual speciality shops to provide a complete shopping experience under one roof.

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