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2nd Edition Now Available


A Flaneur’s Guide to Dublin introduces you to the People, Places and Pastimes of this Gaelic, Viking, Norman and now Global melting pot of myth, music and minds, evolving daily in front of your eyes. From Pre-history to the Viking Age and onto a Post-History technology-driven urban landscape, stroll through the winding streets, Northside and Southside, follow the Trail of Independence and venture to the suburbs, visit the Phoenix Park, the Iveagh Gardens, the Hugh Lane and RHA and other main attractions, discover hidden nooks and crannies, lose yourself in a snug, discover cafes and breweries, ponder mottos and musings, all in the hands of a veteran flaneur, brimming with wit and wile and plenty of inside tips and things to do before, during and after your stay.


Learn about Arthur Guinness, Brendan Behan, Countess Markievicz, John Jameson, James Joyce, Maud Gonne, Samuel Beckett, Sinéad O'Connor, Bob Geldof, Jonathan Swift, Imelda May, Seán O'Casey, Oscar Wilde, W.B. Yeats and the rest...

Visit the Phoenix Park, the GPO, Baggot Street, Saint Stephen's Green, the National Gallery, Dún Laoghaire, Trinity College, the Hugh Lane, Temple Bar, George's Street Arcade, Casino Marino, SoCoDu, Glasnevin Cemetery, the Winding Stair, Iveagh Gardens, the Royal Hibernian Academy, the RDS and more...

Go to Bewleys, the Dawson Lounge, Smyth's, the Palace, visit a snug; dine at Matt the Thresher's, La Cave; stroll around the IFSC, visit Hill 16, see a show at The Abbey Theatre or the Gate Theatre, walk the custom-made Independence Trail, go to a traditional music session at O'Donoghue's and have the craic, ar muin na mhuice...


Paperback edition. 146 pages. Weight: 240 grams.


SKU: FG-DUB-P-21-01
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