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“The Phoenix Park is the largest enclosed public park in any capital city in Europe. It was originally formed as a royal hunting Park in the 1660s and opened to the public in 1747. A large herd of fallow deer still remain to this day. The Park is also home to the Zoological Gardens, Áras an Uachtaráin, and Victorian flower gardens. The Phoenix Park is only a mile and a half from O’Connell Street. Both passive and active recreational pursuits may be viewed or pursued such as walking, running, polo, cricket, hurling, and many more. The Glen Pond is set in very scenic surrounds in the Furry Glen. There are many walks and cycle trails available to the public.”
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Cervecería
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“A favourite amongst tourists, and well deserved. Book in advance to avoid long queues. ”
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Parque
“A favourite amongst Dubliners, this public park is beautiful and an oasis in the city. It can get very busy when the weather is good. ”
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Distillery
“ameson’s distillery on Bow Street, Smithfield, Dublin 7, has been on site since 1780 but is looking fresh faced after a recent refurbishment. I would recommend the Shakers class where you learn to make three classic cocktails and you’ll have a table reserved for you in the bar afterwards. There may be a taster of Jameson too! I work as an advertising producer and Jameson are one of our biggest clients so you may see some of my work on your visit. ”
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Museum
“Kilmainham Gaol opened in 1796 as the new County Gaol for Dublin. It closed its doors in 1924. Today the building symbolises the tradition of militant and constitutional nationalism from the rebellion of 1798 to the Irish Civil War of 1922-23. Leaders of the rebellions of 1798, 1803, 1848,1867 and 1916 were detained and in some cases executed here. Many members of the Irish Republican movement during the Anglo-Irish War (1919-21) were also detained in Kilmainham Gaol, guarded by British troops. Names such as Henry Joy McCracken, Robert Emmet, Anne Devlin, Charles Stewart Parnell and the leaders of 1916 will always be associated with the building. It should not be forgotten however that, as a county gaol, Kilmainham held thousands of ordinary men, women and children. Their crimes ranged from petty offences such as stealing food to more serious crimes such as murder or rape. Convicts from many parts of Ireland were held here for long periods waiting to be transported to Australia. Kilmainham Gaol Museum is operated and managed by the Office of Public Works. Guided Tours Entrance to Kilmainham Gaol is by guided tour only and is managed through timed tickets. Advance booking online is essential to guarantee entry. Tickets can be booked online 60 days in advance. Cancellation tickets for the day will be released online every morning between 9:15am-9:30am. Further information on tours, tickets and facilities can be found on Plan a Visit & Frequently Asked Questions. ”
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Pub
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“If you're coming to Dublin this is a must see place. If you don't know it you need more research. About 30 mins by car. But you'll be drinking so plan to take the Luas (Tram) or Bus This place is world famous and theres alot going on so give yourself time here to do it all.”
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Government Building
“Sited in the heart of the walled medieval city, St Audoen’s Church is the only remaining medieval parish church in Dublin. It is dedicated to St Ouen the 7th century bishop of Rouen and patron saint of Normandy. Most of the building is maintained by the Office of Public Works, whose Visitor Centre is open in the warmer months. The Guild Chapel of St Anne houses an award-winning exhibition on the importance of St Audoen’s Church in the life of the medieval city. Visitors to St Audoen’s can see the part of the church still in use by the Church of Ireland as a parish church. They can also view the 17th century memorials to the Sparke and Duff families and the 15th century effigial tomb to Baron Portlester and his wife”
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Farmers Market
“Another popular day trip would be out to Howth, also on the DART line to the north, and can also be reached from the city centre with Dublin Bay Cruises. There are a number of watersports available including stand up paddleboarding, diving and a boat trip out to the island of Ireland’s Eycliff. The cliff walking routes that are very popular as well. It’s a great sport for wildlife and you can visit The Baily Lighthouse – the last of Ireland’s lighthouses to become automated en route. Howth is particularly known for its many fine pubs and restaurants, with an emphasis on fresh seafood. My recommendations would be a hard earned pint at The Summit Pub after a bracing cliff walk. And descending down to the Brass Monkey down at the harbour or Aqua with spectacular views for a good meal. ”
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Iglesia
“The Cathedral stands majestically as a memorial to our historic past. But it stands for much more. A historic cathedral such as this lifts us out of the realm of things and circumstances which change into the realm of things which are eternal and do not change. It gives us a sense of perspective both in space and time and it brings us face-to-face with our faith in God through Christ, who alone can give our lives true meaning and lasting satisfaction. Learn more about the life and history of the Cathedral”
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Plaza para peatones
“Best Shopping area in Dublin. Favorites are of course Brown Thomas, Otehr Stories and the new White Company”
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Pub irlandés
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“Dating back to 1198, The Brazen Head is Irelands oldest pub. There is a palpable sense of history within these timeworn walls. If you are looking for the true Irish pub experience then The Brazen Head should be your first port of call. Walking distance from the Guinness Storehouse!”
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Zoo
“Good conditions for most animals. Plenty of space. Go mid-week. Very busy weekends in summer. Bring a picnic. Long Day!”
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Museo de arte
“The National Gallery, located in the city centre on Clare St is doing free tours for the collection at 2.30 every day in July & August. It houses the national collection of Irish and European art. The Gallery has an extensive, representative collection of Irish paintings and is also notable for its Italian Baroque and Dutch masters painting. I’m a particular fan of the Jack B Yeats, the rescued Caravaggio & the peaceful space of the more modern Millennium wing. ”
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Museo de arte
“IMMA, the Irish Museum of Modern Art is located in the beautiful grounds of the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham and is home to the National Collection of modern and contemporary art, with over 3,500 artworks by Irish and International artists as well as rotating exhibitions, talks and performances ”
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Soccer Stadium
“Great to see a rugby match, or if you are visiting in the summer, check out the gigs that are on.”
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Foro musical
“The 3Arena is an indoor amphitheatre located at North Wall Quay in the Dublin Docklands in Dublin, Ireland. The venue opened as The O₂ on 16 December 2008. It was built on the site of the former Point Theatre, a smaller music venue which operated from 1988 to 2007, retaining only some of the outer facade.”
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