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Vacation Rental Price Information in Dublin
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the vacation homes & apartments in Dublin. $157 is the highest price average in the next twelve months. The cheapest week is in May (5/9 - 5/16). Prices fall to an average of $62 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Dublin
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. The busiest time to book a rental in Dublin so far is in May (5/25 - 6/1), where only 38% rentals are available. October (10/26 - 11/2) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
The Weather in Dublin
Find the Dublin climate diagram. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 35° low. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is March.
Come for the craic with vacation lettings in Dublin
The Irish capital of Dublin is one of the most exciting destinations in Europe. Renowned for its iconic landmarks, the quick wit and charm of its people, and the most recognizable beer on the planet, Dublin also has a plethora of attractive accommodation options. From the terraced Georgian townhouses of its city center and new-build dwellings of its suburbs to the ultra-stylish apartments of its Docklands, the range of vacation homes appeals to all tastes.
Journey into Dublin
Most visitors to Ireland’s largest city arrive via the Dublin Airport, which is located on the outskirts of town. However, it is easy to reach the city center from the airport, either by public transport, coach, or by rental car. There are many bus options that will take you from the airport into the city including cheap public buses or airport coaches. You also have the option of renting a car and simply heading into Dublin via the M50. No matter what you choose, arriving at your Dublin vacation home should be relatively hassle-free.
What to see in Dublin
Historic buildings, quaint pubs, and landmarks known around the world—it is no wonder that Dublin is one of the most popular city break destinations in Europe. The first stop on a visit here is undoubtedly the Guinness Storehouse at St. James’s Gate. See how Ireland’s most famous beer is made and discover the secret of how it conquered the globe. You can even enjoy a free pint with a panoramic view of the city from its rooftop bar.
Dating back to 1204, Dublin Castle is a major landmark of the city. Tour through the museums, libraries, and pleasant surrounding gardens and learn about its history. Standing on O’Connell Street is the city’s General Post Office. It was one of the key buildings during the Easter Rising of 1916 and served as the headquarters of the men and women who led the rebellion.
For the bookworms among you, the magnificent Trinity College Library has the largest collection of literature across the country. Whisky lovers, of course, will not be able to resist a tour of the Jameson Distillery.
Sample hearty Irish grub in Dublin
Bring your appetite as Dublin has a huge array of cafes, pubs, and restaurants that can answer the call when your stomach rumbles. The city is awash with eateries specializing in cuisine from all over the world, but there is no better way to sample Dublin than to eat like the locals. From stews to soups, Irish cuisine is the hearty comfort food to keep you warm on those chilly winter afternoons.
Walk through the cobbled streets of Temple Bar and pop in to Gallagher’s Boxty House to sample their legendary Boxty pancake. This traditional potato cake can sit alongside an Irish breakfast or be eaten on its own. Don’t forget to try their delicious beef and stout stew to fuel your sightseeing through the city.
If you’re looking for a modern take on Irish cooking, head to the Winding Star overlooking the River Liffey. Here you will find mouthwatering home-smoked salmon served on Guinness bread, just one of the delicacies on this eclectic menu.
Experience the nightlife of Dublin
Dublin is known across the world for its vibrant nightlife. The city has a pub, bar, or music venue at every turn, ensuring that no matter your taste, you can join in the craic (an Irish term for fun or entertainment) in the Irish capital. Most visitors to Dublin are instantly attracted to the famous Temple Bar area but this is just a tiny slice of the city’s excellent bar scene.
South of the river, Camden Street is vying for Temple Bar’s crown. From the edgy street art to the modern take on the traditional pubs, this is cool Dublin. Enjoy a perfectly poured Guinness in Long Hall, choose from the extensive cocktail menu in Fade Street Social, enjoy the vibes in The Bernard Shaw, and watch live music at Whelan’s.
Keep the night going by heading over to Harcourt Street and take your pick from the multitude of clubs where you can dance until dawn.
Join the celebrations of Dublin
There is always something going on in Dublin, but nothing sends the city into party mode more than St. Patrick’s Day. To honor Ireland’s patron saint, there are a series of parades through Parnell Square, including Irish step dancing, floats, and much more. It all ends with the obligatory pints in Temple Bar.
Every February, the Dublin International Film Festival showcases the work of the city’s very best filmmakers and screenwriters and is an absolute must for cinephiles. Equally, the Dublin International Literature Festival brings writers from all over the globe to the Emerald Isle to give talks and workshops, and there are literary walking tours over the city.
You can indulge your spooky side with the Bram Stoker Festival every October, a celebration of everything dark and mysterious. It is all in the name of Bram Stoker, one of Dublin’s favorite sons, the author of the 1897 masterpiece "Dracula."
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