Dublin

Nestled between the mountains and the sea, Ireland's vibrant and ever-changing capital is one of the top destinations in Europe. Yet despite its fast growing popularity and prosperity, Dublin remains one of Europe's friendliest, most down-to-earth, and accessible cities. Dublin is divided by the River Liffey and is a city that lends itself to walking tours. The prosperous, popular side of Dublin is south of the Liffey and features top hotels, restaurants, attractions and shops including the trendy riverside area of Temple Bar, and the hot shopping district "Old City." The city also has one of the best pub and club scenes in Europe ranging from trendy modern cafe bars to historic pubs. Throughout the year, Dublin is host to a variety of musical, sporting and cultural events including the world's largest St. Patrick's Day Festival.

Good to Know

  • No overt gay scene, but several venues, particularly on Capel, Parliament, and South Great George’s Streets
  • The George is one of its oldest and most well-known gay bars
  • One of Dublin’s prime LGBT resources, the Outhouse is open seven days a week for sharing information and recommendation and hosting meet-ups
  • Gay marriage legal since November 2015

Additional Resorts:

Harrington Hall Hotel
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Harrington Hall is centrally located with one of Dublin's most fashionable addresses.It is situated on Harcourt St.off the south west corner of St.

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