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Visiting Dublin City of Literature:

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Dublin truly captures the imagination, abounding with culture, events, colour, sights and scenes, an irresistible backdrop for exploring the city’s intriguing past and vibrant present.  All across Dublin there are continual reminders of the literary life so intrinsic to the city’s personality, from places associated with literary greats to modern Dublin’s vibrant literary scene.

 

Visiting the rest of Ireland:

So many writers have sought and found inspiration in the landscape and character of Ireland; Synge made his home on the Aran Islands on the advice of Yeats, Yeats himself drew on his surroundings in Sligo and Galway for much of his work. An astonishing number of literary works in the Irish language emerged from a collection of tiny and far flung islands in Kerry. Wexford can take credit for producing a multitude of contemporary writers of note.


There must be something in the air ………….

For more information on visiting the rest of Ireland: www.discoverireland.com

For information on getting to and around Ireland: www.discoverireland.ie/Getting-Around

Where to stay

If you are visiting Dublin why not stay in one of our Literary Ambassador Hotels and dine in some of our Literary Ambassador Restaurants

Dublin Literary Ambassador Hotels and Restaurants

http://www.visitdublin.com/Accommodation



Getting Here

BY AIR

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Ryanair

BY SEA

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