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See Dublin through the eyes of a proud Dubliner

There are many sides to Dublin and even if you’re visiting for only a few days, you’ll probably see them all. Because of the city’s compact size, prosperity and poverty live side by side, especially around the north inner city. However, most Dubliners take a real pride in their city. With good reason, too, as it has so much to offer, from great shopping to world-class galleries and museums. And, ofcourse, a fantastic pub scene.

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Trinity College

Trinity College

Famous The oldest university in Ireland

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The oldest university in Ireland Editors' Note

From mid June until the beginning of September, Trinity College provides its on-campus halls of residence as budget accommodation. The 16th-century university could hardly be more central, and there are the added bonuses of stone buildings, cobbled squares and lots of trees.

There’s a choice of single, twin or double rooms, as well as larger apartments (in Goldsmith Hall, right next door to the campus); not all the rooms are en suite, so make sure you specify what you’re after when you book. A continental breakfast is included in the price of a room.

Trinity College
Trinity College Dublin, College Green, 2 Dublin
+353 1 896 1000