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The most commonly spoken languages are English and Irish.

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The currency used in Dublin is the euro.

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Being so close to the UK, Dublin gets most of the same weather and summer gives you the best chance for sunny days in the city. St Patrick’s Day is in March, so if you’re looking to party this is a good time to travel. Autumn can also be lovely with the leaves turning orange and brown, as long as you remember to wrap up in a thick coat.
Take in the architecture of Dublin’s historic General Post Office as you stroll down Europe’s widest street, <a href="/1-24024-1-0/hotels-near-oconnell-street">O’Connell Street</a>. It’s Dublin’s bustling City Centre tourist area and hotels near O’Connell Street are recommended for families and couples seeking out the city’s most popular attractions. Visit the iconic <a href="/1-24035-1-0/hotels-near-temple-bar">Temple Bar</a> pub, a must-see for lovers of live music and whisky. Choose a hotel in the Temple Bar area if you’re looking to stay somewhere with a great party atmosphere, visit Cow’s Lane Designer Mart market and find delicious places to eat. Conveniently located between the airport and <a href="/1-24015-1-0/hotels-in-dublin-city-centre">central Dublin</a>, <a href="/1-16417-1-0/hotels-in-drumcondra">hotels near Drumcondra</a> are easily accessible and more affordable than central locations. Sport fanatics can tour Ireland’s largest stadium, Croke Park, or history lovers can venture north to see the picturesque gardens and castle at Malahide. Head to the south-east of the city and you’ll find Dublin’s Natural History Museum, which has the quirky nickname ‘Dead Zoo’ thanks to the huge number of zoological exhibits on display. Choose a <a href="/1-7071-1-0/hotels-in-donnybrook">hotel near Donnybrook</a> to immerse yourself in Irish culture. You’ll be less than a 10-minute drive away from the Aviva Stadium, home of the Irish Rugby Union team and Ireland’s national football team, as well as the beautiful Marlay Park. <a href="/1-9472-1-0/hotels-in-phibsborough">Hotels near Phibsborough</a> will suit adults and couples keen to avoid tourist traps, as it’s quieter and more residential but still within easy reach of central Dublin. It has its own sights to see including Blessington Street Basin and the National Botanic Garden.
With over 300 hotels and apartments in Dublin, you have plenty of choice when it comes to finding a place to stay. If you’re looking for a townhouse in the centre of Temple Bar, or a quiet guestroom in the leafy suburbs, we’ll help you find somewhere to suit your trip. To make life easier we’ll also help you find the best flights available and can arrange transfers and car hire.

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