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Dublin is divided into a series of districts, each with a number. Odd numbers are on the north side of the river Liffey, while even numbers are on the south side. The lower numbers are closer to the city centre, while the high teens and twenties are far out in the suburbs. We recommend searching […]
Here are some tips on where to search and find the best option that fits your budget and requirements.
We’ve scoured central Dublin to find you affordable and trustworthy hotels.
Want to transport home lots of Irish beers? We thoroughly recommend taking the boat!
For those with less time for travelling, Dublin is very accessible by plane. There are two airlines that have daily flights between Brussels and Dublin (and most other cities that you may be joining us from), Aer Lingus and Ryanair. 1. Aer Lingus Aer Lingus: For a bit more comfort and more generous baggage allowances, […]
In Dublin, there are three modes of public transport: bus, tram (called the Luas) and light rail (called the DART). All three use the Leap Card that you will probably want to get as soon as you arrive in Ireland. The Leap Card The Leap Card is an integrated ticket for the bus, tram (called […]
The family dinner and afters party will take place at Fallon & Byrne.
Our afternoon reception will be held in NoLIta restaurant in Dublin city centre.
The ceremony will be held in Saint Pius X Church, Templeogue.