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It’s impossible to be bored in Dublin – no matter how you like to spend your free time. Whether you’re a history nut, an art aficionado, a sports fiend or a night owl, this city has the museums, mountains, galleries, markets, nightlife and more to keep you entertained.


Dublin's festivals are many and varied, spanning every season and a broad range of interests. Some of the biggest are ones you might guess; but there's a whole host of more unusual – and no less enjoyable! – festivals on offer, just waiting to be joined.

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Dublin's museums are a treasure trove of the city and the country's history.

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Everything you need to know about Dublin's markets. If you want an authentic taste of the originality, creativity and variety on offer in Dublin, you've got to make a trip to one of its markets. They take place across the city and throughout the year, so there's bound to be at least one on when you visit.

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Food & Drink

Home to no fewer than five Michelin-starred restaurants (Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, Chapter One, Heron & Grey, l’Ecrivain and The Green House), Dublin’s foodie pedigree is growing every year. Ireland’s premier food and drinks festival, 

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Walking Tours

Pat Liddy’s Walking Tours of Dublin When you take a tour with an award-winning company, you know you’re in pretty safe hands. But Pat Liddy isn’t just the safe bet: his love of Dublin is so infectious that you’ll find you’re learning about the city while feeling like you’re chatting with an enthusiastic friend. His team is just as Dublin-mad as Liddy himself, so get your questions ready! There’s a variety of themed walks on offer, covering everything from highlights and hidden gems to St Patrick and Jonathan Swift.

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