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Surprising Dublin

Despite the trying economic times, Dublin's bustling streets reveal thriving artists, novelists, cooks, and assorted raconteurs.

London's Best Vintage Shopping

On a vintage shopping adventure, T+L discovers one-of-a-kind jewelry, antiques, and accessories at too-good-to-believe prices.

The Ryder Cup in Dublin

All of Ireland is turning out for the party at the K Club otherwise known as the 2006 Ryder Cup Matches

Hotel-Hopping in Dublin

There are over 300 hotels in the Celtic capital, so where should you stay?Here, T+L takes a look at four properties making news.

Dublin's The Island Golf Club

Just getting to this Dublin gem is half the fun

Andrew McCarthy’s Road Trip in Ireland

Andrew McCarthy explores local lore in search of Ireland’s Magic Road.

Guess Where? Brewery

What you're looking at here is a series of trucks, trains and boats hanging from the ceiling of a famous brewery in Europe. Can you...

Vacationist Hotel Deals: T+L 500 Hotels for Less!

There’s nothing better than a guaranteed stellar hotel stay, which is why, every year, we spotlight the top 500 hotels as voted by our savvy...

Most and Least Expensive European Cities

Traveling to Europe? Some cities offer great value. Others, not so much.

The Dublin Riviera

In Dún Laoghaire and the rugged landscape of the 'Dublin Riviera,' Jamie O'Neill spent his early years—and a recent return visit—rambling through the gorse and...
HOTELS

Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links

Located on the coast of Portmarnock, also known as the Velvet Strand, this hotel was originally built in 1847 as a private mansion for the Jameson Whiskey family. Today, the building retains the... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Ely

As one-third of the Ely group of restaurants, this wine bar supplies guests with 400 options by the bottle, of which, nearly 100 are served by the glass. The ground-level bar area is outlined by brick... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Newgrange/Brú na Bóinne

To the north of Dublin, the rural county of Meath and the Boyne Valley comprise an area rich with ancient sites. The best known among these is Newgrange, a 5,000-year-old passage tomb and ancient... more ›


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