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Apartments in Dublin -- Cheap Places to Stay

Set against a backdrop of centuries-old buildings, magnificent museums, and a vibrant history to go with it, Dublin offers guests a cultural extravaganza made even better by the friendly local faces. Though it might not seem as picturesque as other major European cities, Dublin certainly makes up for it in personality. You'll find loads of quirky café, restaurants, and traditional Irish bars that offer a window into the culture of the city, as well as plenty of contemporary art galleries. It's also home to one of the oldest universities in the world, and there are plenty of things to discover for avid literature lovers. If you're more of a nightlife lover then Dublin has your back covered, too. Its hedonistic atmosphere after dark is one of the best in Europe, with a whole host of lively clubs and bars. Get to know the city's unique personality with our apartments in Dublin, which offer the perfect way to explore the finer points of the city.

Dublin Accommodation

Dublin plays host to a range of accommodation options, from traditional Irish B&Bs to a huge collection of youth hostels and boutique hotels. Throughout the streets of the city, you'll find plenty of ancient buildings that house modern-day rentals, and our apartments provide some of the best Dublin accommodation. By staying independently, you'll have the opportunity to explore the city as a local with somewhere comfortable and stylish to flop down in after a day of getting to know the character quirks of Dublin.

Guinness and Galleries - Things to do in Dublin

  • Guinness Storehouse -- Dublin's best-loved attraction is the Guinness Storehouse, which opened back in 2000 and offers visitors the chance to learn more about the brewing process and taste the authentic flavours of this traditional Irish drink.
  • Kilmainham Gaol -- This former prison now acts as a museum, and showcases exhibits run by the Office of Public Works.
  • Phoenix Park -- Situated to the west of the city, this urban park spans 707 hectares and offers plenty of relaxing hotspots for picnics and walks.
  • Dublin Zoo -- Opened back in the early 1800s, Dublin Zoo is the biggest of its kind in Ireland and places a heavy emphasis on conservation and education.
  • National Museum of Ireland -- Archaeology -- This is a branch of the National Museum of Ireland and is set inside an exquisitely ornate building. Here, you'll find a collection of archaeological wonders from around the city and further afield.
  • Dublin Castle -- Now a major Irish government complex, this castle paints an age-old, picturesque scene across the city's horizon.
  • St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin -- Also known as The National Cathedral and Collegiate Church of Saint Patrick, this jutting architectural wonder was founded back in the 1100s.
  • St. Michan's Church, Dublin -- Located in the heart of the city, St. Michan's Church is a Protestant Church of the Anglican Communion and dates back to the late 11th Century.
  • Trinity College Library -- One of the oldest universities in the world plays host to this impressive library, filled with ancient books and old Irish décor.
  • Old Jameson Distillery -- If whiskey is more your thing than Guinness, then head to the Jameson Distillery where you can learn how the liquor is made and try some straight from the barrel.
  • National Gallery of Ireland -- Home to Ireland's largest collection of European art, this museum is situated right in the centre of the city.
  • Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin -- Rising up in a flurry of intricate grey stonework, this church is the cathedral of the United Dioceses of Dublin.
  • National Museum of Ireland -- With three branches around the city, this is the largest museum complex in Ireland, showcasing Irish art, culture, and the country's fascinating history.
  • Chester Beatty Library -- Founded in 1950, this popular library was set up by Sir Alfred Chester Beatty as a home for mining magnate collections.
  • Croke Park -- A stadium named after Archbishop Thomas Croke which hosts a range of sporting and cultural events throughout the year.
  • Natural History Museum -- Often called the Dead Zoo, this branch of the National Museum of Ireland is dedicated to displaying artefacts and stories that relate to the country's vibrant natural history.
  • The Little Museum of Dublin -- Set inside an impressive 18th Century town house, this museum offers an insight into the history and daily life of Irish people.

All the major attractions can easily be reached from our range of Dublin apartments, which are dotted around the city.
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Discovering Dublin -- How to Get to the City Centre

Getting into the city centre from Dublin Airport is easy, with the Dublin AirCoach that departs every ten minutes. For a more local experience, you can hop on the 747 public bus which travels from the airport into the centre of the city every fifteen minutes or so.

Lesser-Known Walks in Dublin

Whilst there are plenty of major sights and attractions to discover in Dublin, there are also a range of lesser-known places where you can really dig out the personality of the city. There's no doubt that you'll be doing a lot of walking during your trip, so why not check out these secret routes that take you through some of Dublin's most coveted cultures?

Take a stroll through the Farmleigh Mansion grounds, a 78-acre estate that belonged the Guinness family. Today, it's open to the public whenever there are no kings or presidents visiting, and you can explore the manicured gardens and check out the picturesque boathouse. Alternatively, you can head over to the Blessington Basin, which is now home to a relaxing park on the outskirts of the city. Then there's the Royal Canal Way, which offers a delightful walk along the canal. As you go, you can hop on and off the DART train to speed things up or slow things down.

Finally, you can hit up the 'Bog of the Frogs' loop in Howth, which is home to incredible cliffs, a charming lighthouse, and amazing views over Howth Harbour -- if you're lucky, you might even see a seal or two splashing around in the shallows. After a day of walking, you can kick back and relax in one of our stylish Dublin apartments.

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