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Botanical Garden
“Ireland’s premier scientific institution for botany. An oasis of calm and beauty and entry is free. Open every day. Famous for the exquisitely restored historic glasshouses. Fabulous walks and cafe.”
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University
“This is one of the key locations to visit during your trip to Dublin. The beautiful old architecture is punctuated by the active student life, alongside regular artistic and scientific exhibits! Be sure to stop in and see the Book of Kells and The Long Room, these are unique sights for anyone visiting Dublin!”
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Bus Station
“Dublin's main conference venue. Suburban rail from Dun Laoghaire takes 35 minutes and stops nearby.”
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Bus Station
“Located just 15 mins from the house is Ireland's largest shopping mall. Everything you need is under this roof. Clothing, supermarkets, restaurants and cafes, cinema, kids entertainment and more.”
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Building
“The is Dublin City Main Street. It is home to General Post Office (GPO), Gresham Hotel, The Spire and its adjacent to Henry Steet which is one of our main shopping areas”
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Konstmuseum
“Check out the Harry Clarke stained glass and Francis Bacon's studio, shipped over and re-assembled piece by piece. Only 15 minutes walk from the house. And while there, pop in to the Writer's Museum next door. Free admission. ”
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Automotive Shop
“The Dublin Brocante takes place here on the third Sunday of every month selling "exquisite collectables". The Dublin Flea Market takes place here on the last Sunday of each month. There are over 60 stalls selling everything from second hand bikes to organic food. Great day out and just down the road from my house. The Dublin Food Cooperative is open here Wednesdays to Sundays selling artisan and organic whole foods and baked goods. ”
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Köpcentrum
“Dundrum is one of Ireland biggest shopping malls and you can find all the great shops there with also many places to eat and a cinema”
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Bus Station
“The Guinness tour is always recommended when visiting Dublin for the first time. I would recommend buying tickets online beforehand.”
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Torg
“The red line Luas connects to the green line as well as the DART (train) at Connolly station.”
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Bus Station
“Camden St is just a 5 minute walk from the apartment and you'll get everything you need to stock up here. There are takeaway shops, fresh green grocers, speciality food shops, bakeries, off licenses and two supermarkets. ”
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Bus Station
“Blanchardstown Centre offers a unique shopping & leisure experience. Home to over 180 stores, 3 Retail Parks and 25 Restaurants, it is located just outside Dublin City on the N3, (M50 exit 6) linked to all major motorways making it Ireland’s most accessible and largest destination shopping centre. Parking is completely free.”
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Bus Station
“Howth Summit provides a fabulous view of Dublin Bay as you walk through a nature trail. The cliff walks are not for the faint hearted but there are a range of walks to suit everyone: https://www.discoverireland.ie/Activities-Adventure/cliff-path-loop/71514”
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Automotive Shop
“ It is one of the two principal shopping streets of Dublin and close to the Spire of Dublin and the General Post Office”
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Medical Center
“The bustling retail centre of Stillorgan is a 4 minute drive or a 15 minute walk away, and has an abundance of shops and restaurants on offer, as well as a bowling alley!”
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Bus Station
“If you want to travel west or south of Ireland by train you will get it here. Approx 20-25 minute walk.”
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