When this swim began in the 1920's, the Liffey was probably quite pleasant to actually swim in. While the river looks rather ... More
When this swim began in the 1920's, the Liffey was probably quite pleasant to actually swim in. While the river looks rather gloomy these days, some 400 people still swim annually from Watling Street Bridge to the Custom House. Taking place in August, it's an important commemorative event for the city, and the swimmers involved have already gone through qualifying races to make sure that they are able to go the distance. Supporters usually show they too mean business by dressing up in all manner of fancy dress. A bizarre day out!
Dubbed as Dublin's cultural quarter, Temple Bar should be experienced on foot. This tour takes you through this interesting part
of Dublin in just an hour. Here, you will find interesting plays, art, a film centre, and many little ...
A gracious Georgian house refurbished in 1996,situated in its own 30 acres of parkland. The hotel has been lovingly restored,
the relaxing and peaceful interior is complimented by beautifully decorated bedrooms. The property includes one of the few remaining ...
This is a popular new property, with very easy access to the international airport. This hotel offers good value for
money. +++ Directions to Airport Shuttle +++ Complimentary shuttle bus service to and from the airport, which operates from ...