Dublin in General Reviews
Description:Dublin, originally founded as a Viking settlement, is the largest city and capital of Ireland. It is located near the ... more
Newest Review: ... to give it a go. Big mistake! - Trinity college is just a normal university, not even that big. What is the big deal? - The Guinness brewery is £15 so we naturally we didn't bother. - Pretty much 80% of the Modern Art Museum's exhibitions were closed, we were told they had to borrow exhibitions from the Bank of Ireland...Come on guys, now this is just embarassing! It was absolutely awful. ... more
Customer Dublin in General Reviews (36)
by - written on 01/06/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
So a few months ago me and my girlfriend managed to bag some 1p flights to Dublin with Ryanair. Great we thought! You seem to hear so much about the place; amazing nightlife, Guiness...um. Did I mentioned the nightlife!? So we did actually start to wonder what Dublin did have to offer other than Guiness and nightlife and did some research online. We discovered it had a viking museum, a modern art museum, trinity college and the Guinness brewery. "Well..." we thought, "the adverts on television are always raving about Ireland" (discover Ireland), so we decided to give it a go. Big mistake! - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/09 (Somewhat useful, 6 readings)
I visited Dublin for four days in April. We arrived at Dublin airport in the very early hours of the morning, and a minibus from our hostel came and picked us up. The driver was lovely and pointed out many of the sights along the way to our hostel. The hostel was just fantastic, it was brilliant! It was called Paddys Palace and they have hostels all over Ireland. When we arrived the staff were really friendly and went out of their way to help us in any way they could. The bedrooms were all very clean and we thought we were going to have to share bathrooms but we found out that there was a shower in our room! We were also provided with breakfast in the morning ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
We visited Dublin last weekend on a cheap 'wonky weekend' - as Martin Lewis calls them. We had a fantastic time and some great experiences, some of which I have already reviewed but here is my run down of Dublin in general on a budget. Costs are approximate as some are in euros some pounds (not much difference at the mo!) Getting there------------------------------------------ We were extremely lucky to bag some £1 flights on Ryanair flying in very early Thursday morning and leaving late Saturday night. Which gave us three full days in Dublin. We found a cheap coach to take us to Stansted and found out nightbus stops at the same stop. Once at Dublin ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/06, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 475 readings)
In November 2004, I took my second trip to Dublin. I hadn't been since I was 12 years old when I visited the city as part of a school trip to Ireland. My memories were somewhat faded. All that I could remember was a trip to the Guinness Brewery and the teachers enjoying a free sample while we drank orange juice. My husband managed to book us on a Ryan Air flight from Manchester, which cost us £99.00, each return fare. After a flight of less than an hour we arrived in Dublin in freezing cold temperatures. We had booked in at the Jury Inn hotel in the Christchurch area of the city. After checking in, we decided to walk to the centre in search of lunch. En ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/05 (Useful, 87 readings)
I recently visited Dublin with my mum and dad. We had a great time as it is a lovely city and their is plenty to do. We watched Riverdance which was excellent and spent days shopping. When we decided to arrange a trip to Dublin we were told about the lovely towns and villages around the edge of Dublin and by the coast. To visit these places we thought we would hire a car as it would be easier than trying to catch buses which it was but if you don't live in the centre of Dublin it is a nightmare to get to a destination. You probably only need to get to the end of the road you're on but can't because of the one way signs and the one way turns. The idea is good ... Read the complete review
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