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Dublin stag Weekends.


Dublin is one of the most popular stag party destinations in Ireland. Stags that choose to spend their last few nights of freedom in this location are in...

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for a one-off experience. Most people will tell you they were at a stags night at some stage in Dublin. Each year it keeps getting more stag parties for the simple reason that they have everything a stag party needs. Food, drink, guys, craic, activities and accommodation. On your stag night you are guaranteed to meet other stags out there. You need to be made aware you will not be the only stag party in the town.


Culture:


Whatever your plans are for your visit, you will be given a warm welcome. Dublin offers loads for you to see and do! You could go to Temple Bar and visit the pubs and clubs, go watch some plays at the Gaiety, Abbey, Olympia, Gate, or the Grand Canal theatre. If you would prefer to go shopping, Dublin offers some of the best places in the world such as Grafton Street and Henry Street. Alternatively, you could go and watch some live sport in stadiums such as The Aviva Stadium (for International Rugby and Football), Croke Park (for Gaelic Games) and Tolka Park, Dalymount Park, UCD Bowl and Tallaght Stadium (also for football). There's lots for you to see and do.


Famous For:


Dublin is famous for a wide variety of things such as the Monument of Light, (a.k.a The Spire of Dublin) The Book of Kells (which is in Trinity College). The Ha'Penny Bridge is also in Dublin and is one of Ireland's most photographed sights. Dublin is also famous for its nightlife in Temple Bar.


Travel:


Heuston and Connolly railway stations are the two main stations in Dublin. Operated by Iarnr'd 'ireann, the Dublin Railway network consists of 5 railway lines that run through the Greater Dublin Area and other local towns like Drogheda and Dundalk in County Louth. The DART line, which runs primarily along the coast of Dublin, from Malahide and Howth southwards as far as Greystones in County Wicklow.


Stag Ideas:


You could head on down to Temple Bar for some music and dancing, but if that isn't your style then there are lots more other things to do such as, go on a tour bus around Dublin and learn all about the history of Dublin, head down to one of the theatres and watch a play, or for an alternative stag weekend; go to Dublin Zoo. There are lots more things to do in the Irish capital. You won't ever get bored here.


Night Life:


Dublin offers a brilliant selection of top class restaurants, nightclubs, bars and pubs to rival any in Ireland. Nightclubs in Dublin are stag friendly and there are loads to choose from. Here are only a few examples of places to go: Caf' En Siene: It's a vibrant, popular place for the cool and (let's face it) beautiful people, who vary in age and style, but are generally very well turned out.


O'Neills: Drenched in history, the premises have been licensed for over three hundred years - and just across the road from Dublin's biggest tourist information office.


Overview:


Dublin is situated at the mouth of the River Liffey and encompasses a land area of approximately 115km.


History:


The name Dublin comes from the Irish name Dubhlinn or Duibhlinn, meaning ""black pool"". As Dublin continued to prosper during the 18th century, Georgian Dublin became, for a short period, the 2nd largest city of the British Empire and the 5th largest city in Europe, with the population exceeding 130,000. The vast majority of Dublin's most notable architecture dates from this period, such as the Four Courts and the Custom House. Temple Bar and Grafton Street are 2 of the last remaining areas that were not affected by the wave of Georgian reconstruction and kept their medieval character. The Easter Rising of 1916 (the Irish War of Independence) was the subsequent Irish Civil War that resulted in a significant amount of physical demolition in the centre of Dublin. The Government of the Irish State rebuilt the city centre and based the new parliament, the Oireachtas, in Leinster House.


Food/Restaurants:


Dublin has a variety of ethnic restaurants. As of 2013, Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud is the only two-Michelin starred restaurant along with five one-Michelin starred restaurants such as Bon App'tit, Chapter One, L'Ecrivain, Locks Brasserie and Thornton's Restaurant. There are thousands of places to eat around Dublin, you will never go hungry.

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