Dublin Discovered Boat Tours
'See the sights without the traffic' is the pitch; you get to hear the history of Dublin from a watery point of view aboard an...
The Ha'penny Bridge – officially known as the Liffey Bridge – was built in 1816 and remains one of the world's oldest cast-iron bridges....
Jim Larkin Statue
The spread-armed figure of trade-union leader Jim Larkin (1876–1947) is just south of the General Post Office ; you can almost hear the...
A terrific midsized venue, the Academy’s stage has been graced by an impressive list of performers, from Nick Cave’s Bad Seeds to '80s...
An authentic beans-and-pulses place run by the Hare Krishna, with three branches in the city centre. Its cheap, wholesome mix of salads...
Twisted Pepper information
The northside's hippest club (Twitter: @twistedpepper) is divided into four parts: the Basement club; the Stage, for live acts; the Mezzanine bar above the stage; and the Cafe, where you can get an Irish breakfast all day. It's all run by the Bodytonic crew, one of the most exciting music and production crowds in town.