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With this up-to-date, authoritative guide you can experience all the sights and "Best Of" recommendations of Dublin: lovely hotels, authentic restaurants, trendy places and entertainment venues. You'll also get tips on what to do on a limited budget, shopping ideas, suggestions for travel with kids and an overview of exciting festivals and events in the Irish capital. Also contains: Travel Tips, Links, Blogs, Apps & More and a comprehensive index. Dublin is pretty much at the top of the list of European destinations for a city break, and the reasons are clear: the Irish are a small people with a large image. With MARCO POLO Dublin you'll discover a city which concentrates everything you'd expect of a proud nations capital in the smallest area. With this practical travel guide, small enough to slip into your pocket, you can experience at first hand Irish pub culture and the unmistakable music in countless pubs. There are museums where you can marvel at the country's treasures. The magnificent greenery in one of the largest inner-city parks in the world and walks by the coast provide relief and relaxation from the pulsating night life.Enjoy the pleasures of some retail therapy and look forward to creative and modern food. The MARCO POLO Insider Tips tell you where first class bands are appearing in back rooms and how you can avoid the shocking restaurant prices in Dublin. The Perfect Day takes you on a tour through the city during which you'll be able to experience Dublin's various features quickly and easily. The "Best Of" pages tell you what's unique to Dublin as well as great places for free, the best tips on where to relax and chill out, and plenty of ideas for rainy days. The Walking Tours guide you through times good and bad. Walk the path of Ireland's route to independence or spend the morning getting a sense of everyday Dublin. The Dos and Don'ts advise you why buying a round is so important for pub culture, and why a glance in the wrong direction can be life