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New Liberties Map & Visitor Guide Launched

New Liberties Map & Visitor Guide Launched

  A new and updated map of the Liberties has recently been released in association with Dublin City Council and Liberties Dublin highlighting the best attractions and things to do…

Making Culture Available to Everyone

Making Culture Available to Everyone

  “Accessibility” is one of the key words behind the annual Culture Night that takes place all over Ireland. That was also the main priority in Dublin this year, when…

Rise in Tourism Figures in the Liberty

Rise in Tourism Figures in the Liberty

The past year saw a significant increase in tourism figures for attractions around Dublin, particularly those found in the Liberties. Guinness Storehouse celebrated a ten percent increase in visitors in…

Learning Liberties liquor lore with whiskey wafflers

Learning Liberties liquor lore with whiskey wafflers

Basked in cultural and historical richness, the Liberties area was home to some of Ireland’s most famous distilleries for many years. As time progressed, certain factors including prohibition in America…

MVP – A Local Bar with a Global Appeal

MVP – A Local Bar with a Global Appeal

Strolling up past Leonard’s Corner at the tail end of Clanbrassil Street, I have MVP in my sights. Nestled discreetly in on the right side of the road, just before…

Tourism in the Liberties

Tourism in the Liberties

One of Ireland’s biggest and busiest tourist destinations is the Guinness storehouse, bringing over 1,269, 371 visitors to the liberties in 2014 alone but the Storehouse is not the only…

Planning permission on hold for Dublin Whiskey Company

Planning permission on hold for Dublin Whiskey Company

Dublin Whiskey Company (DWC) will have to make a number of revisions to its Mill Street development to secure planning permission for its new distillery…

Drug abuse affects tourism at Liberties landmark

Drug abuse affects tourism at Liberties landmark

The use of drugs and other anti-social behaviour has affected tourism at one of the Libertie's most historical landmarks, St Audeons…

Dublin’s enduring horse and carriage tradition

Dublin’s enduring horse and carriage tradition

The carriage trade is a stable attraction in Dublin’s tourism industry, but is it becoming threatened by the city’s move towards modernity?…