Dublin has been highly underrated as a travel destination – and that’s a shame. It may not be the prettiest of cities but you’re guaranteed a good time in Dublin.

With its compact size, the city is walkable, and there’s nothing quite like strolling the historic streets of Dublin, soaking up the rich culture and history (Dublin’s origins date back to the ninth-century Viking times). 

The Irish capital has been quietly evolving into one of the most exciting cities to explore. From its buzzing restaurant scene, traditional pubs, legendary nightlife, and incredibly friendly and talkative people, Dublin has it all.

Unbeknown to many, the capital of Ireland has become a more multicultural and cosmopolitan city with an impressive choice of cafés and restaurants. Ireland’s food scene is more exciting than ever and Dublin dining has indeed extended beyond classic Irish pub fare to Michelin star-worthy delights.  

Dublin hotels

Hotels in Dublin vary in quality, location, and price. We recommend staying anywhere in Dublin 2 close to Grafton Street and Stephen’s Green (central part south of River Liffey) or in Dublin 1 (stay close to the river).

Find the best hotels in Dublin 2 here.

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