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Dublin Smart Tourism Guide

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This publication is a product of the “Smart Tourism” European Project 2011 - 2013. The Smart Tourism project is presented within Grundvig’s Lifelong Learning Programme. It has been promoted by the Italian Association of people with Down syndrome (AIPD), in partnership with Down syndrome Ireland (DSI) and the Portuguese Association of people with Down syndrome (APPT21).

This publication was produced by Down Syndrome Ireland’s National Advisory Council.

The National Advisory Council is a committee of twelve adults with Down syndrome from across Ireland who represent the voice of people with Down syndrome within Down Syndrome Ireland.

Table of Contents

Welcome page 06
Useful information page 13
Transport and map page 17
Where to eat and sleep page 24
History page 31
Top ten things to see page 36
Two walking tours around Dublin page 55
Having Fun page 68
Two tours outside Dublin page 72
Embassies in Dublin page 77
Note from the Editors page 79
Some famous Irish quotes page 81

The publication is richly illustrated with photos and maps. 84 pages. 

Further details

Visit the website of Downs Syndrome Ireland

View the profile page of 'Portuguese Association of People with Down Syndrome' in Pantou - the European Accessible Tourism Directory



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General Information

Submitted by: Ivor Ambrose
Language(s): EN


Publisher: Downs Syndrome Ireland
Date published on the web: 02/12/2013


Accommodation services | Adventure | Airlines and air transport | Ancient monuments | Attractions | Beaches | Boats and boating | Bus and coach transport, touring | Cafés, restaurants, bars and pubs | Cruises | Festivals - music, dance | Food and drink | Football | Gardens and parks | Heritage | Lifestyle | Management of tourist venues and attractions | Mind, body, spirit | Museums and galleries | Music | Natural Phenomena | Nature parks | Publishing | Rail travel | Religion | Safety and security issues | Shopping | Shows and theatre | Social tourism | Special services for disabled visitors | Sports | Theatre | Tourist information services | Transport services | Young childrens' and families' holidays and services | Youth tourism