Which Dublin do you want to experience?
We might be biased. OK we admit it, we are, but you could not have chosen a better place from which to explore Dublin. You can get all the ‘Must-dos’ done on your first Day – The Cathedrals, Trinity College, The Guinness Storehouse – then you can spread out and explore the museums, galleries, restaurants, the botanical gardens, the Zoo, the National Concert Hall, the pubs, bars, venues and galleries. Dublin’s coastline and seaside villages like Howth, Dalkey, Killiney and Greystones are all well worth a visit too. And if you like hill-walking, a 45 minute bus ride will have you strolling in the heather. Whichever Dublin is your Dublin, it’s on your doorstep.
Get a Handel on Dublin entertainment! There is so much going on in the city at any given time, it’s hard to know where to begin. Check Handel’s Dublin Diary for our recommendations.
Where there’s air to breathe, there’s room for a song. You’ll find every shade, tone and tune in Dublin if you know where to look - and we’ll help point you in the right direction.
From the exquisite National Concert Hall, home to the National Symphony Orchestra, to the backroom of a thousand pubs, you’ll find classical, folk, country, rock, traditional, experiemental, electronic.
We are also famous for the ‘Session’ or ‘Sessiún’, the technical term for a spontaneous outbreak of singing and playing, while enjoying the delights of an Irish pub.