Visiting Glendalough and Kilkenny

 

 On Friday, 22 June, 2018 a group of friends and I went to Glendalough and Kilkenny. As a tourist in Dublin I didn’t want to spend all my time in the city, I wanted to get out and explore Ireland’s country side. Day trips are such an easy way to do this and along with…

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Come to Dublin this September

 

 This year, Dublin is keeping the best of the summer for the end. An agenda full of different events will give you the most brilliant ideas to plan your holidays in the Capital of Ireland this September. In City Break Apartment we want to give you some tips and that is why we have selected…

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August in Dublin

 

 August in Dublin : See what’s on! Rock’n Roll Dublin Half Marathon 11th – 12th August   With a 5k on Saturday and a half marathon on Sunday everyone can participate in this unique event. Starting and finishing at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin, there will be performances along the course by various local bands.…

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Belfast and Titanic

 

 This weekend I had the pleasure of going to Belfast and the Titanic Museum. Belfast is a great city to explore, full of shopping, culture, and history. There are murals throughout the city depicting the conflicts that have occurred in Northern Ireland. There is a lot to learn about the Troubles period in Belfast and…

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Private Day Tour to Giants Causeway

 

 I got the pleasure of going along on one of City Break Apartments private day tours and it was completely different than a bus day tour. For starters, the family that booked it all got to sit together in the van, instead of being spread out on the bus, they could have conversations without talking…

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Galway and Cliffs of Moher

 

 Galway is just as everyone describes it. A city centre filled with music, street performers, pubs, and amazing food. There are no cars on the streets, just people walking everywhere. It seemed like everyone was smiling. I stopped and listened to a group of street musicians performing traditional Irish music. There must have been at…

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July in Dublin: See What’s On!

 

 Filled with music and festivals, July is a perfect time of year to visit Dublin. With events happening every weekend there is always something enjoyable to do. Here are some of the can’t miss events:   Laya Healthcare City Spectacular 6th – 8th July The Laya Healthcare City Spectacular is fun for the entire family.…

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June in Dublin – What’s On

 

 If you are looking for a perfect excuse to visit Dublin in June you have plenty to choose from!   Longer and warmer summer days open the field to numerous outdoors festivals, fun runs and concerts. Among the most important ones: Bloom Festival at Phoenix Park 31st May – 4th June 2018 Bloom is the…

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Springtime in Dublin!

 

 Springtime! Springtime is one of the best times to visit Dublin! The cold weather and clouds start to leave space for the sun, with milder temperatures and longer days. If you are lucky enough to arrive in Dublin on one of the sunny days make sure to use this opportunity to visit one of the…

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Dublin: A City In Constant Evolution

 

   Dublin is a city in constant evolution, a city that combines traditional with modern styles , a city that preserves its rich history but at the same time expands its horizons to the future.     Dublin affirms its status of a dynamic European capital city able to attract international business, thanks to the…

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