Dublin has been designated a UNESCO City of Literature, one of only four in the world. The sought after accolade recognises Dublin’s cultural profile and its international standing as a city of literary excellence. Birthplace of James Joyce and Nobel Prize for Literature winners William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw and Samuel Beckett, Dublin’s literary tradition dates back over a thousand years when monks would transcribe the bible into beautiful manuscripts. The best surviving example of which, The Book of Kells dating from 800 AD, is on show at Trinity College.
Dublin Bus Freedom Ticket
The 3-Day (72 Hours) Freedom Ticket is all you need to take care of your Dublin sightseeing and transport needs. It gives you the freedom to explore the treasures and sights of the city at your leisure. No need to cram everything into one day - take time to soak up the unique atmosphere which Dublin offers.
Ceilí Culture 14th - 15th August
Unique weekend festival to celebrate the roots and future of Irish music, arts and culture takes place on 14th & 15th August in Temple Bar’s Meeting House Square and features an eclectic mix of Irish musicians and performers
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Guinness Arthur's Day 23rd September
The world will once again say 'cheers' to Arthur Guinness as this year's festivities look to better last! The Guinness Storehouse will once again be the focal point for celebrations as Snow Patrol, Sharon Shannon, Kelis, Paolo Nuttini are just some of the acts scheduled to kick off the festivities!