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9 Best Kid-Friendly European Places to Visit

2. Doing Dublin, Ireland With Kids

Sightseeing with little ones can be challenging. Here are some tips that will not only save you money but make your day a lot less stressful and much more enjoyable:

  • Buy a SIM card for your mobile phone so you can have mobile internet access when  out and about. I will  needed maps, directions, web search and TripAdvisor in order to navigate and explore a brand new city. Cost approx. €20 for a pre-paid SIM with 1GB of data.
  • Plan your day-research online for fun things for kids to do in Dublin (. Hotel staff can provide more ideas
  • Purchase a “Dublin Pass” card. This handy little green card provides discounts or free entry to dozens of attractions around Dublin.
  • Purchase a 2-day hop-on-hop-off bus pass–it’s a real cash-saver–can be used on public buses around town as well.

Kilmainham Gaol Prison/Museum

Here we listed 10 fun-filled days – and that’s just for starters!

Best Kid-Friendly Hotels in Dublin, Ireland

Intercontinental Dublin (Formerly the Four Seasons Dublin.)(luxury)

The Four Seasons Westin Dublin (luxury)

The Merrion Hotel (luxury)

Camden Court Hotel (moderate)

Parkway Guesthouse (budget)

Family Apartments in Dublin

Apartment rentals for families in Dublin, Ireland. All rentals are centrally located (walking distance to the main sights) and have kitchens. Most have washer/dryer and free wifi.

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