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Dublin is the most populated county in Ireland and has the liveliest city which is constantly voted as the best European Capital City to visit. This comes as no surprise to visitors who frequently visit and witness the neverending changes and improvements taking place.

Nightlife & Dining:
It seems to buzz with activity from the lively Pubs filled with colorful local characters to the large variety of Restaurants and Night Clubs.
Shoppers too will be pleasantly surprised by the number of stores to choose from. Most bargains can be found on Talbot Street and Henry Street.

Dublin is most popular for it's people from the witty flower sellers on Grafton Street and the vendors on the many market stalls to Dublin Taxi drivers, they'll always have a friendly word for you.
For the sports enthuisasts there are a large number of golf courses such as Clontarf Golf Club only 5 minutes walk from Almara.

There are the Irish sports Gaelic Football and Hurling games which you can attend at the local stadium called Croke Park which is only a 25 minutes walk from the Almara.

Other activities:
Options also include Horse Riding, Sailing, Fishing, Tennis and much more to see and enjoy while you stay in Dublin. Dublin's beautiful coastline can be enjoyed by walking or cycling on the cycle lanes. Bike hire is very inexpensive.

Dublin's culture and heritage can be enjoyed in the many museums in the city, most of which have free admission.
Alan and Maria are happy to help you plan an excursion or give advice on the best places to visit. Book your accommodation at Almara B&B now.
Maria and Alan have secured special
discounted rates for their guests on
Dublin's most popular tours

Dublin City Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour 
A relaxing way to see the city. Your ticket will give you an extra discount into the following :

Guinness Warehouse Museum 

Dublin Zoo
Dublin Zoological Gardens

Dublin Castle
Fortress of old Dublin City

Art Gallery
Art on Show in Dublin 

National Museum
History of Ireland 

Trinity College
Book of Kells

Dublin Cathedral
Cathedral of the City

St Patrick's Cathedral 
National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland 

Dublin Visitors
Invaluable link for all visitors



Recommended local Hair 
and Beauticians (1 minute walk) 

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