Things to do in Dublin

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Enjoy a Real Irish Pub Experience  with Rural Pub Tours No matter how short your visit to Dublin is, you can now have a taste of the country life. Take some time out to sit back and relax in our comfortable air conditioned mini buses, admire the unforgettable views as we make our way out of the city and over the Dublin & Wicklow mountains down into the Garden of Ireland making frequent stops at some of Ireland's most prestigious pubs.

Set in some of the most beautiful surroundings you will visit Ireland's most famous pubs, such as Fitzgerald's of Avoca (as featured in Ballykissangel), Johnnie fox's, The Meetings Of The Waters and many more.

Relish the experience of drinking Guinness by an open fire, whilst listening to Traditional Live Music or chatting with the locals at the bar.

Rural Pub Tours is the perfect way to see the sights and get a real Irish pub cultural experience.





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Festivals and Events

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For all upcoming events see humorous local website Hidden Dublin it's written and updated by a Dubliner and is packed with hints and money saving tips.

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address:228 Collins Avenue West, Whitehall,Dublin 9

Dublin a Full irish Breakfast - audioguide by AudioExplore

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Start with O'Connels Bridge, stare to the Millenium Spire, have a short history break at GPO, smell the pulsating life of Moore Street then cross the Ha'penny Bridge towards Temple Bar and Bank of Ireland. Walk the tracks of Oscar Wilde at Trinity College, do some window shopping on Grafton Street and then have a digestive break at St Stephens Green. Continue your trip to St' Patrick's Cathedral and stop to admire Christchurch. After a history break at Dublin Castle finish your trip with a pint of black stuff at Guinness Hop Store.

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