IB4UD’s Ultimate Guide to Dublin


Are you planning a trip to the Irish capital? We’ve got you covered with our brand new eBook, The ultimate guide to Dublinavailable for purchase next Tuesday, May 10.

Do you have a trip to Dublin coming up? If so, this guide is an absolute must for tips and recommendations on where to stay, what to see, where to eat, how to get around and more.

The brand new IB4UD eBook, The ultimate guide to Dublinwill be available for purchase from Tuesday, May 10.

Discover Dublin – the best guide for your trip to Dublin

Are you planning a trip to the Irish capital?  We've got you covered with our brand new eBook, The Ultimate Guide to Dublin, coming out next week.
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When ticking destinations off your list of things to do in Ireland, Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, is a must.

We know how difficult it can be to create your own itinerary and try to pack everything into your trip without missing a thing. However, don’t worry. We’ve made your journey so much easier with our new eBook, The ultimate guide to Dublin.

Dublin is brimming with history and culture, and in our new eBook we’ve outlined all the must-see sites and hidden gems that only locals know about.

The beauty and adventure of Dublin – a popular destination

Discover the beauty and adventure of Ireland.
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Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland. It is home to a rich history, countless cultural experiences and fun activities for all ages and tastes.

On average, 6.5 million tourists flock to the city every year to soak up all the sights and sounds Dublin has to offer.

Recent figures suggest the city ranks among the world’s highest numbers of tourists and locals, ranking Dublin among the top ten most popular cities in the world to visit.

So if you want to find out what it’s all about, The ultimate guide to Dublin is the perfect place to start.

About the Author – a talented writer with a lot of experience

Sian McQuillan is the author of The Ultimate Guide to Dublin.

Siân McQuillan is our talented editor here at Ireland Before You Die. She has lived in Ireland all her life and gained invaluable insight into some of the most beautiful and adventurous destinations on the island.

When asked why she wanted to write The ultimate guide to Dublin, she explained: ‘Dublin is unlike any other capital I have ever visited.

“Benefiting from an unequaled literary heritage and a avant-garde atmosphere, the city combines a friendly Irish atmosphere, with the hustle and bustle of a vibrant and bustling city.

Siân herself is a very adventurous person. She enjoys mountain biking, roller skating and exploring the island she calls home in her free time.

She said: “I constantly discover something new every time I visit Dublin. The city has a place in my heart and an allure that keeps me coming back for more.

” I wrote The ultimate guide to Dublin to encourage travelers from near and far to book this flight and experience what the city is all about. So what are you waiting for?

In-Depth Itineraries – what’s in the book?

The book covers everything you need to know about Dublin!
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If there’s anything you need to know about Dublin, trust us; we’ve covered it in our new eBook. The book includes practical, detailed itineraries for all kinds of travelers, ranging from two to five days.

You’ll discover local recommendations, great places to stay, must-see pubs in the city, family activities and much more

No matter your budget, The ultimate guide to Dublin got you covered. It provides so much useful information including the exciting main attractions of Dublin.

This includes the Guinness Storehouse and Kilmainham Gaol, as well as hidden gems off the beaten track.

In our guide you will also find safety tips, transport information and an overview of local slang. We’ve covered all the bases to make your trip to Dublin as memorable as possible!

You can pre-order your own copy of The ultimate guide to Dublin here.

Plan your getaway now with The Ultimate Guide to Dublin.

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