Tourist Information Dublin

Tourist Information Dublin County

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Get help and advice to make the most of your trip from the tourist office in the heart of Dublin
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Father Collins Park is Ireland's first "sustainable" park.
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Tara’s Palace is arguably one of the world’s most magnificent Dolls Palaces.
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Get all the information and advice you need for your visit to Dublin.
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The Talbot Botanic gardens, within the Malahide Castle Demesne contains almost 5,000 species, with emphasis on Southern Hemisphere plants.
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Powerscourt Estate, in County Wicklow is a beautiful country estate, noted for its house, landscaped gardens and cascading waterfall.
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Knockrose is a beautifully cultivated unique garden, which is backed by an old mixed forest.
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The Pearse Museum is located in Rathfarnham in the former home and school of Patrick Pearse, the leader of the 1916 Rising.
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Get all the information you need to plan your Dublin trip, before you leave the airport.
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Get help and advice to make the most of your trip from the Dublin Tourism Office.
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St Begnet's Church is a tiny early Christian church built of mortared stone in the grounds of the Dalkey Heritage Centre.
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Rathfarnham Castle is believed to have been built in 1583 by Yorkshireman, Adam Loftus.
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Swords Castle was built as the manorial residence of the Archbishops of Dublin around 1200 in Swords, just north of Dublin.
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Opened in 2003, The National Aquatic Centre (NAC) is a water-sports facility, built to be "the home of Irish swimming".
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The Wicklow Way is a 129-kilometre long trail through stunning scenery, that crosses the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland.
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Marlay House, in the grounds of Marlay Park was built by Thomas Taylor and was known as ‘The Grange’.
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Marlay Park is a 300 acres suburban public park in Rathfarnham, Dublin, about nine kilometres from Dublin city centre.
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Tymon park is the second biggest park in Dublin after The Phoenix Park.
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