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Voted Europe’s friendliest city more than once, Dublin combines the open-hearted and open-minded attitude of a metropolitan city with all the charm and character of a local village. The capital of Ireland, this is a city bursting with cultural heritage, but it’s also a growing business hub, with several global tech firms basing their European headquarters within the city limits. This combination means that Dublin attracts millions of visitors every year, both for business and leisure. And with two hotels in Dublin city centre, Jurys Inn provides the ideal base for exploring this vibrant city, be it Jurys Inn Dublin Christchurch, or Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street. Whichever one you select, both of our Dublin hotels offer a warm Irish welcome and can help you access the very best that this incredible city has to offer.
Get your bearings
Located on Ireland’s eastern coast and straddling the River Liffey, Dublin is the beating heart of the country, blending history, culture and an energy all of its own. Start your visit with a trip to one of the city’s many museums, including the Dublin Writers Museum, where you can explore its world-renowned literary heritage, and EPIC, The Irish Emigration Museum, which explores the stories of those who emigrated and took Irish charm all over the world.
For a look behind the scenes at Ireland’s dramatic history, make a trip to the Kilmainham Gaol, west of the city centre, which housed some of Ireland’s most famous political and military leaders during its chequered history, spanning numerous rebellions between 1796 and 1924, when it closed its doors as a prison. Elsewhere, no trip to the capital would be complete without a stop at the St James’s Gate Brewery, home to the Guinness Storehouse. Not only can you go behind the scenes to discover how the iconic black stout is made, but you’ll also learn how to pour the perfect pint and then enjoy it at the Gravity Bar, with gorgeous views across the city centre.
While you’re there
This may be a UNESCO City of Literature, but music is just as important to Dublin, as a stroll around the city centre will prove. In the Temple Bar area, melodies spill out of each street and doorway, spanning traditional Irish folk bands to rock, pop, blues and jazz, and most pubs host regular live shows. To discover some of the big names the city has spawned, including Sinéad O’Connor, Thin Lizzy and U2, head to the Irish Rock’N’Roll Museum Experience.