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Where Irish eyes are surfing

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Ireland's fickle weather can change without warning. But when ferocious winds meet 3,171km of crenulated coastline, adventurers can tackle waves up to 12m high.
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Dublin’s chilly tradition

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Year round, Dubliners can be found plunging into the icy Irish Sea for a mind-awakening swim, both to improve their immune system and to ward off the effects of a few too many pints.
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Dublin as a city of words

Dublin’s rich literary history is best seen through the places that inspired some of its most influential wordsmiths.


A literary pilgrimage through the streets of Dublin

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Walk through Ireland’s capital in the footsteps of its novelists, poets and playwrights -- beyond its most-loved son, James Joyce.
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Beyond the Headlines

The evolution of Irish cinema

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Ignited by James Joyce and kept alive by daring international and Irish filmmakers, the Emerald Isle has an avid cinematic culture.
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Dublin's recessionary restaurant boom

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Thanks to falling rents and tightened purse strings, a wave of well-travelled restaurateurs are infusing the city with smaller, more affordable establishments.
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