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Plan your trip to Dublin. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like O'Donoghue's Pub), find things to see and do (like Guinness Storehouse), and research places to eat (like The Palace Bar).

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What are some good hotels in Dublin?

Here are the top recommended hotels in Dublin:

O'Donoghue's Pub
Dublin, County Dublin

(01) 660 7194
Clontarf Castle Hotel
Castle Ave

(01) 833 2321
Avalon House
55 Aungier St Dublin

(01) 475 0001
Annally Bed and Breakfast
525 Howth Road Raheny, Dublin

(01) 832 7485
Ireland's Blue Book

(01) 676 9914

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What are some things to do in Dublin?

Here are some of the most recommended things to do in Dublin:

Guinness Storehouse
St James's Gate Dublin,
Rathgar Rd County Dublin,
Kilmainham Gaol
2 Inchicore Road Dublin City, County Dublin

(01) 453 5984
Dublin Castle
Dame St

(01) 645 8800

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Where should I eat in Dublin?

Here are some places to eat in Dublin.

The Palace Bar
21 Fleet St Dublin 2,

(01) 671 7388
8 Poolbeg St Dublin City,

(01) 677 5582
Gravity Bar
St James Gate Dublin 8, Dublin

(01) 453 8364
The Pig's Ear
4 Nassau St Dublin City,

(01) 670 3865
Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud

(01) 676 4192

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What are the closest airports to Dublin?

If you're flying into Dublin, you would usually fly into Dublin Airport.

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Insider tips about Dublin

Here's what Trippy members say about Dublin:

"If you need to find pet-friendly hotel accommodations in Dublin, call the Hilton DublinHilton Dublin Kilmainham, or Conrad Dublin. I needed to stay while traveling with my cat, and the Hiltons in Dublin were exceptionally welcoming and accommodating."

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