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About Dublin

The capital city of Ireland- Dublin is known for its vibrant nightlife. A large population of the state lives in the suburbs of Dublin. The area size of the city is quite large in comparison to the other cities of Ireland. However, the city centre is not so big. You can visit the place on foot without any hindrance.

The Liffey River divides Dublin in two parts. The Northern and Southern, both sides have numerous tourist attractions scattered all over their territory. The climate of the city is very generous. The oceanic effects of Atlantic Ocean and Gulf Stream help to maintain a mild climate in the region. The days can see a light shower. The annual rainfall in the city is just 73.27 cm.

The winters in Dublin are also not too cold unlike the other European cities. The daytime temperature lies around 5 degrees centigrade and the nighttime temperature can go as low as 0 degrees. During summer, the maximum temperature remains around 20 degrees centigrade (in the month of July) which is way cooler than most of the European cities. The maximum temperature seen by Dublin ever is just 31 degrees centigrade.

To reach Dublin you can take a flight directly to the city. You will need to check whether your region has direct flights to Dublin or not. Alternatively, if you are a native of nearby region, you can use train, car, bus, and boat according to your geographical location. Trains, trams, buses, car, taxi, bicycle, and motorbikes are general conveyance options available for the people to move around the city.

The vibrant and colorful city of Dublin has a lot to offer to the tourists. The city has almost everything a tourist wants in a holiday location. You can go to visit ancient artifacts in the museums of the city. You will find yourself cherishing the items here. The beauty of the city is an accumulation of nature with the man made architecture. The market space of the Dublin is a different kind of place which looks extremely appealing. The roads and bridges of the city are also quite beautiful.

The parks and gardens of Dublin are a delight to the eyes. Not just your body will feel at ease here but your mind and soul will also feel relaxed. You will literally feel the stress flying off your brain.

At night time, the beauty of the city enhances even more. The lighting of the place works wonders on everything. The roads, buildings, parks, everything looks vibrant and exotic. If you are into plays, you can visit one of the theatres of Dublin. You can also catch a rugby game here or simply go to a walking tour in the city.

Local Culture: Just like the other Ireland cities, the culture of the capital city of Dublin revolves around music, art, literature, sports etc. which also includes the language, customs and traditions of Irish people.

Dining: Dublin has a large number of restaurants throughout the city. While the prices at these restaurants might be high, the local eateries at the streets serve good and cheap food.

Stay Safe: Dublin is a quite safe but incidents like mugging and theft are common to big cities. To stay on the safer side, restrain from going at dark places alone, especially at night. Stay away from the drunken people and do not trust a stranger. Watch out for the heavy traffic on road.

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How much a typical Hotel in Dublin costs per night, considering the average prices ?

The typical Budget Hotel cost is in the range of 80 USD to 81 USD.

While a stay at 2 Star Hotel cost is in the range of 84 USD to 129 USD.

If you plan to stay at a 4 Star Hotel, the cost is in the range of 143 USD to 227 USD.

While a stay at 2 Star Hotel cost is in the range of 43 USD to 137 USD.

However a 5 Star Hotel in Dublin, the per night room cost is in the range of 258 USD to 432 USD.

Considering a stay at 3 Star, the cost is in the range of 98 USD to 136 USD.

Considering a stay at 3 Star, the cost is in the range of 141 USD to 177 USD.

Weather


Dublin's Monthly Temperature
5.3
Jan
5.3
Feb
6.8
Mar
8.3
Apr
10.9
May
13.6
Jun
15.6
Jul
15.3
Aug
13.4
Sep
10.5
Oct
7.4
Nov
5.6
Dec
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Dublin's Monthly Rainfall

Which are the better months to visit Dublin considering the Weather?

Its recommended to visit Dublin in the month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec as the weather is pleasant

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    Avg. USD 80
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    Avg. USD 345
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    Avg. USD 117
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Hotels at Dublin


View Hotel The-Westbury-HotelGuestroom
Rating
9.4
Grafton Street, Dublin

Property Location
A stay at The Westbury Hotel places you in the heart of Dublin, within a 5-minute drive of Gaiety Theatre and St. St.....

Starts at USD 628/night

View Hotel The-Shelbourne-Dublin,-A-Renaissance-HotelGuestroom
27 St. Stephen's Green North, Dublin

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With a stay at The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Dublin, steps from St. Ste.....

Starts at USD 932/night

View Hotel Conrad-DublinBallroom
Rating
8.7
Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin

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With a stay at Conrad Dublin, you'll be centrally located in Dublin, within a 5-minute drive of St. Stephen's Green .....

Starts at USD 448/night

View Hotel Dylan-HotelExterior
Eastmoreland Place, Dublin

Property Location
A stay at Dylan Hotel places you in the heart of Dublin, a 5-minute drive from Aviva Stadium and 6 minutes from Roya.....

Starts at USD 254/night

View Hotel The-MerrionExterior detail
Upper Merrion Street, Dublin

Property Location
With a stay at The Merrion in Dublin (City Centre Dublin), you'll be minutes from Merrion Square and St. Stephen's G.....

Starts at USD 448/night

View Hotel The-Fitzwilliam-HotelGuestroom
Rating
9.3
2 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin

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With a stay at The Fitzwilliam Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Dublin, steps from St. Stephen's Green and with.....

Starts at USD 300/night

View Hotel InterContinental-DublinExterior
Rating
2.1
Simmonscourt Road, Dublin

Property Location
With a stay at InterContinental Dublin, you'll be centrally located in Dublin, a 1-minute drive from Royal Dublin So.....

Starts at USD 302/night

View Hotel Radisson-Blu-St.-Helen's-HotelGuestroom
Rating
8.5
Stillorgan Road, Dublin

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When you stay at Radisson Blu St. Helen's Hotel in Dublin, you'll be in the suburbs, within a 10-minute drive of Uni.....

Starts at USD 203/night

View Hotel The-Marker-HotelFood and Drink
Rating
9.3
Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin

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With a stay at The Marker Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Dublin, steps from Grand Canal and within a 5-minute.....

Starts at USD 405/night

View Hotel Temple-Bar-HotelGuestroom
Rating
8.3
13-17 Fleet St Temple Bar, Dublin

Property Location
With a stay at Temple Bar Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Dublin, within a 5-minute drive of Dublin Castle and.....

Starts at USD 226/night

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