Details: Dublin

October 3, 2013
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GETTING THERE

Multiple airlines offer one-stop flights from Washington Dulles and Reagan National to Dublin.

WHERE TO STAY

Trinity College Campus

Dame Street, College Green

011-353-1-896-4477

www.tcd.ie/accommodation/visitors

Available late May to mid-September. Single rooms about $78, doubles about $105.

Drury Court Hotel

28-30 Stephen St. Lower

011-353-1-475-1988

www.drurycourthotel.ie

Centrally located, rooms from $106.

The Gresham Hotel

23 Upper O’Connell St.

011-353-1-874-6881

www.gresham-hotels-dublin.com

One of Old Dublin’s finer hotels, refurbished in 2006. Rooms from $135.

WHERE TO EAT

Bewley’s Cafe

78/79 Grafton St.

011-353-1-672-7720

bewleys.com

Famous for its coffee, with a diverse menu. Entrees start at $14.

Bruxelles

7 Harry St.

011-353-1-677-5362

www.bruxelles.ie

Excellent pub food and outdoor seating. Entrees start at $14.

WHAT TO DO

Kilmainham Gaol

Inchicore Road

011-353-1-453-5984

Remarkable tour of the jail that once held many of Ireland’s national heroes and was the site of executions by the British. April-September: daily 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. October–March: Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. $8, seniors and groups $5, children and students $3, family $19.

Literary Pub Crawl

9 Duke St.

011-353-1-670-5602

www.dublinpubcrawl.com

A visit to the pubs favored by Dublin’s literary luminaries. April 1-Oct. 31: Every evening at 7:30. Nov. 1-March 31: Thursday-Sunday at 7:30. $16, students $14.

Hop-on-hop-off bus tours

14 Upper O’Connell St.

011-353-1-4580054

www.city-sightseeing.com/tours/
ireland/dublin.htm

A 90-minute narrated tour of the city. $22, tickets good for two consecutive days. Two children free with each paying adult.

INFORMATION

www.visitdublin.com

T.G.

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