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Dublin Destination Guide

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Your guide from the Luxury Travel Experts

Welcome to the Elegant Resorts Destination Guide for Dublin, created to help make your choice of luxury holiday as easy as possible. Here, you will find more detailed factual information about the destination you have selected.

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With a lot to offer, this small capital certainly has a big heart and reputation, never failing to impress those who visit. Dublin has a vast and rich history - from its ancient Viking past, later medieval castles and cathedrals, to the metropolis becoming the most handsome Georgian city of the British Empire!

Making your luxury trip particularly memorable, enjoy the inimitably hospitable and witty charm of Dubliners. The fantastic pubs are also a highlight and with over 1000 of them, every Dubliner will have their favourite - from traditional Irish drinking spots, such as the famed Temple Bar, to trendy, new openings.

Guinness Storehouse

A visit to the St James’s Gate Brewery is a must when in Dublin. Since Arthur Guinness founded the brewery in 1759, Guinness has become one of the world’s most recognisable brands. This converted grain storehouse allows you to discover its seven floors, offering an insight into everything Guinness, before being rewarded at the end with ‘the best pint of Guinness in the world’ on the top floor of the Gravity Bar, which also offers fantastic panoramic views over the city.

Dublin Castle

Though most of the striking Dublin Castle dates back to the 18th century, it was the stronghold of British power in Ireland for more than 700 years; its origins began with the Anglo-Norman fortress commissioned by King John in 1204, though the Record Tower (dating back to 1258) is the only part that survives from the original. Most of the buildings you see today were built in the 18th century, still showcasing an impressive evolution of Irish architecture. Take a guided or self-guided tour of the castle and delve into its fascinating and vast history!

Trinity College

A visit to Ireland’s most prestigious university in the heart of the city is a brilliant way to spend an afternoon. Wander over the cobbled squares, gazing at the magnificent 18th and 19th-century architecture and beautifully landscaped gardens. Really stealing the show, discover the literary treasures found within the Old Library. Built by Thomas Burgh between 1712 and 1732, the library boasts a stunning 65m Long Room, the library’s main chamber and home to a staggering 200,000 of the library’s oldest volumes.

Museums and Galleries

Dublin has a wealth of galleries and museums that are perfect for a day’s outing. Visit the National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology, Ireland’s most important cultural institution. Founded in 1877, the museum holds most of the nation’s archaeological treasures - including the Ardagh Chalice and the Tara Brooch. The exquisite collection of world class art at the Dublin City Gallery should not be missed; gaze at the best of contemporary Irish art, including Francis Bacon’s relocated studio. Meanwhile, fantastic works by Jack B Yeats and other Irish artists are housed in the glorious National Gallery.

Whiskey Distilleries

For any Whiskey fan, Dublin is the place for you! A trip to the Old Jameson Distillery is a perfect way to spend a day; the informative tour will take you through the factory followed by, of course, a tasting at the end. The Teeling Distillery is another treasure for whiskey lovers; opened in just 2015, it is the first new distillery in Dublin for 125 years.

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Travelling With Children or Without an Adult

Children travelling without both parents should be aware that some countries require documentary evidence of parental responsibility before allowing lone parents to enter the country (for example, South Africa) or, in some cases, before permitting the children to leave the country. Please contact the relevant Embassy for the county you are travelling to for further information.

Visa and Advance Passenger Information

All passengers must ensure they have a valid, acceptable passport, any required visa and any other documentation for both the final destination and any stop-off points en route. Please make sure that Advance Passenger Information is submitted in advance to travel for all destinations. Failure to hold correct documentation or submitting incorrect details with Advance Passenger Information or Visa applications may result in refusal of carriage or entry into a country. Please check with the relevant Embassy regarding visa requirements well in advance of your travel date. Charges may apply for some visas.

Passengers not travelling on a British Passport are advised to contact their relevant Foreign & Commonwealth office for individual Visa requirements.

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In addition, we highly recommend that you seek specialist advice from your doctor and, where recommended, obtain vaccinations or tablets for protection against, for example: Malaria, Hepatitis A, Polio and Typhoid. In some cases, treatments for Malaria should begin well in advance of travel. Travellers may also be required to show Yellow Fever Certificates on arrival in certain destinations ie, some African countries. Please note that you are strongly advised against scuba-diving for 24 hours before travelling by air. We would also like to draw your attention to the risk of DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) and recommend that you consult with your doctor before travelling.

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