Any recommendations for budget hotels in Dublin? I will be in Dublin in May first week.
Where can I submit the reviews of a restaurant which is mot listed on the platform??
I am planning to take myself on a short break to Dublin in January for around four days. I have not yet booked flights or accommodation and would like some help from people who live in/know Dublin well on where to stay and visit - as I know next to nothing about it!
Here are a couple of things I want to include:
*Homely but not too expensive accommodation (around 30 euros per night max)
*I'd like to be staying somewhere near shops, galleries and music venues
Thanks so much in advance!
hi we arrive in dublin 7:30 am on the 25th september, i am looking for the quickest bus from the airport to dublin city, and if possible fare prices.
We are planning on going for St. Patrick's Day. If we stayed in the Trinity College are is it practical to walk from there to the Temple Bar area or would that be a hassle?
My name is Tomy, I'm 22 years old and I'm planning to go to Ireland for a year soon.
I have an Argentinian passport so I'll be legal there because of a working holiday visa between both countries.
I have some general questions about everything if some of you can help..
There are any recommendations about where to go? What I must see?
Which places in Ireland are unique and special for you? Cities, villages, nature, etc….
Where can I find apartments for rent on reasonable prices?
Can I do camping for free somewhere in Ireland?
There are big and important websites that might help me?
Which job types can I find in Ireland and where? Fishing, farming, babysitting, waiting..?
How much can I earn for each job?
Which job do you think is the best for young people?
What is the best place to start looking for a job?
What is the cheapest way of transport? Train, bus? Bicycle will be enough in some places?
If there is something that I didn't asked but you think it's important, please write it..
I know I asked many questions but I'll appreciate it if you even answer just one of my questions.
I went to Dublin some months ago and i don't remember the name of a quick lunch restaurant.
it's an arabic little restaurant in Talbot street near the pub "The Celt" they do kebab but also burgers (best burgers i ever ate!!)
-Thanks by advance if someone can help me ;)
I have recently moved to North Dublin. Does anyone know of any groups or activites for over 60's, or widowed people in this area. There are some senior citizen places but a lot of these cater for the very elderly and have no appeal for me I also wonder if there are any travel groups catering for single/widowed people who would have organised trips in this age bracket.
Hope you can help.
My best guy friend and I are planning to come to Ireland in October. We are both 25 from New York City. We know we want to do lots of pub crawls, guinness/ jameson tours, and be our own tour guides. We are staying for 8 nights renting a car. Start/Finish in dublin. We need help with what places we should be seeing. We love great food, oceans, shopping, everything Irish. I also want to go to where my name has derived from, MCDONNELL, any help on how to do that?
whats the best way to see inishmore?
how long does it take to get there from dublin?
thanks in advance!
Hi to all!
I know there have been posts about the day trips outta dublin, but i jus wanna ask for yr views on whether would it be worth while to go for another day trip to Newgrange prehistoric site or Howth. I've already booked a day trip with wicklow tours. I've 2 more days in Dublin, was thinking should i spend 1 day in dublin, 1 day in wicklow, and another day in Howth or the Newgrange prehistoric site. Thank u all for the advice! =) which would be recommended?
Greetings From Austin Texas!
I'll be in Dublin next month and I've got one full day that I would like to dedicate to the "must do" day trip. Could someone please make a recommendation and let me know if I need to go by train, car, tour, etc. If there are any other things that can't be missed, feel free to offer suggestions.
How far is the airport to cruise ship, and are there any buses that I can use? If I took a cab, what would be the expected price? Thanks for any help.
Just looking for a bit of help, I am planning a going away party/drinking session for a collegue and am looking for somewhere a bit different to go for a few drinks. Recently we've been to the baggot inn where you can pull your own pints but don't want to go back again so if anyone knows of anywhere please reply! any help would be great!
Planning on spending an evening at Johnnie Fox's in Glencullen. Is there any public transportation from Dublin City Center to Glencullen? Also, what would a taxi cost for the 25 - 35 minute ride?
I will be in Dublin for 2 days. The first day I would love to see Howth or Malahide or both, the second day is for Dublin city only.
I will be arriving at the airport about 7.40 AM, it will take couple of hours to get to my hotel from there. If I leave Dublin at 11.00 is it possible to see both places in one day or should I leave one due to short time ? Should I take bus or DART ? thanks for the info, suggestions and advice.
Apart from bars and clubs etc, are their any organised public New Years Eve celebrations in Dublin. What do the locals do?
I know here in Wellingon, NZ we have concerts and fire works etc - is there anything like this happening in Dublin and where abouts?
Thanks for your help!
Hello...I will soon have a 7 hour Layover in Dublin and was wondering if there were any city tours of dublin that left from the airport and were made for people in my situation with a long layover in Dublin.
If not where would I find and book a One day guided city of dublin?any suggestions?Thanks!!!
What is the best Dublin bus route to get to the museum and Park? At what stop do I get off and how far a walk is it from there?
holaaaaa, el próximo mes viajo a dublin,por 2 dias solamente, y pienso alojarme en el globetrotter inn, es buen sitio? ademas necesito recomendaciónes sobre paseos que puedo realizar en la cdad. saludos a todos
How long does it take to walk from the 44/185 bus stop in Enniskerry to Powerscourt?
Any body have any suggestions for a good day trip or a overnighter from dublin?
I will be traveling to Dublin from Co. Clare by rented car in July, staying two nights and then flying to Dresden. My problem is that I don't want to keep a car in Dublin but need to get to the airport to catch a 6:00 am flight to Germany. Would it be a good idea to stay both nights near city center and then take a taxi at 3:30 or 4:00 am for the airport? For flights within Europe do I need to be at the airport two hours prior to departure?
I will be heading soon to Dublin to attend a conference. I booked a hotel at the city centre and I wonder if I can make it to ITB (Institute of Technology Blanchardstown)on time. I surfed and got to know that bus 38B goes there but I was surprised for the duration which is around 65 minutes, while the area of Blanchardstown is not that far from Dublin.
Is there is any faster way (not taxi please ;) )?
I'm going to Ireland very soon, to stay for a week. I have several questions.
1. I'm 21 years old. Am I the old enough to rent a car?
2. I'm going to Dublin and Belfast, just to see the cities in general. Then I'd like to go see the Aran Islands. But besides this I don't have any plans. Any suggestions. Are there any must do's or see's?
3. I want to go see a hurling match. Where should this be done?
Any suggestions for activities in general are welcome. We are two persons travelling. My girlfriend and I. We want to have as much fun as possible - see beatiful sceneries - meet the locals.
Hi. I'm moving to Ireland from the USA in October. I am transferring to a T.G.i.Friday's there so I have to live in either Blackrock, City Centre, or Blanchardstown. I am trying to get information on any of those cities so that I can choose where to live. If there is anything you can tell me about living there or accomadations like hostels or apartments it would be greatly appreciated.
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I'm thinking of flying with Ryanair from Frankfurt, Germany to Dublin over Eastern to hike and relax some days outdoors in my tent...
I would want to take a bus out of Dublin on the morning of Friday, April 6th (Holiday: Good Friday) and be back in Dublin on Tuesday, April 10th around 2pm in order to catch my flight...
Now the question to the locals: Is it worth it, is it feasible to find just nature, woods and fields, and possibly a marked hiking trail somewhere near Dublin, where I could go that Friday morning, hike and camp (NOT on a camp site please, just anywhere...) till Tuesday morning and then catch a bus back to Dublin? I'm not familiar with hiking trails/ terrain in Ireland and would appreciate any help! Any tipps welcome. Thanks in advance for your help, regards, Phil
We are looking to visit Dublin in March 2007, when Ireland play Wales in Cardiff (rugby)
The flights are dead cheap so are planning to go over and watch the rugby with the Irish.
Can you point us in the right direction. Good clean hotel or B & B not too near the hussle and bustle, but within good distance of the bars and other places to visit.
I was wondering if anyone could direct me to information regarding the area around this location:
How likely is it to find a 2-bedroom furnished apartment in Dublin 2 or Dublin 4 with a lease requirement of less than one year? Specifically, I would be looking for a 4 month lease in a price range of between 1400 - 2000 Euros per month. The timeframe I'm looking at would be from approximately April or May 2007 through September 2007.
It appears that most of the listings on daft.ie require a minimum of a one year lease. Has anyone found that the landlords are flexible with this requirement?
Thanks in advance.
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