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EU/EAA Students: A guide to university applications in Ireland

By Carlotta Cutrale / January 22, 2020

Struggling to get the uni application done properly? Or not sure about how to apply to a PostGrad course? Fear not, we are here to save you! We have put together a bullet-pointed guide on how to apply to universities in Ireland as an EU/EAA Student. The European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area […]

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Top 5 Events on 21st of January in Dublin

By Carlotta Cutrale / January 21, 2020

In this mildly cold January Tuesday, Dublin offers a wide selection of activities to enjoy. From Irish storytelling to cooking classes. Here’s the TOP 5 EVENTS for the 21st of January. You just need to pick your vibe. What would you do today in Dublin? Pole Fitness Beginners Course  If you fancy something a bit […]

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Get your dancing shoes on: Dublin’s best dance classes

By Carlotta Cutrale / January 20, 2020

Dance undoubtedly mirrors the people and the traditions of a certain country. If you feel like putting on your lucky shoes and unleashing your wildest moves, take a look at these dance schools in Dublin. Between Salsa, Bachata, Irish Dance, Flamenco and Pizzica, you’ll be spoilt for choice.  January comes for everyone. And who among […]

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And that’s the tea! Best tea rooms in Ireland

By Carlotta Cutrale / January 8, 2020

If you, like me, are a great lover of tea, the miraculous hot drink, especially in such a cold and dark season (global warming definitely involved!), then this article is for you. That’s why we thought that in order to make this winter less difficult, it would be appropriate to suggest some of the best […]

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Top 5 events for the 20th of December in Dublin

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 20, 2019

This Friday Dublin will surprise you with a plethora of party. For you, party-animals Babylon has picked some of the best party in town for you to have a look and inspire you having the best night ever!  Which one do you choose? Give a look at our Top 5 events in Dublin for today […]

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Windmill Lane Recording Studio tours now open

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 19, 2019

Music in Ireland is a big deal. This amazing country, made up of scholars and storytellers, is soaked in arts and music, with many opportunities for artists, producers and enthusiasts to express their craft. One of their sacred temples, Windmill Lane Recording Studios in Dublin, is now opening its doors for exclusive tours to the […]

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Hidden Gems: Pender’s Yard in Stoneybatter

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 16, 2019

Dublin is a city full of surprises. No matter where you go you’ll be amazed by the artistic graffiti, inspiring quotes and architectural beauties. Among all the neighbourhoods making up Dublin, there’s Stoneybatter. An inner-village within the city which conceals the hidden Pender’s Yard in Stoneybatter.  In the last 10 years, Stoneybatter has made a […]

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Dublin flash-mob in Parliament on Saturday 14 December

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 12, 2019

A number of protest groups, NGOs and refugee support organisations are taking their cues from recent events in Italy and are planning a Dubin flash mob in front of Parliament building this Saturday. Following the unstoppable wave of Bologna’s flash mob, where more than 6000 sardines showed up to fight against the far-right Lega party […]

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Dublin International Food Markets: Moore Street

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 11, 2019

Whether you ask someone born and raised Irish, or newly arrived in Dublin, all will tell you that Moore Street is the best place in Dublin to go to stuff your bags with healthy, international and genuinely fresh food. It is also one of the best streets in the city full of international food markets, […]

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The Irishman: a review

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 9, 2019

Martin’s back at it again. We decided to sit down quietly and watch the 3hours and 29 minutes of movie: The Irishman by Martin Scorsese. And, it was all worth it in the end.  The title could fool you. I’m not going to lie: it’s not exactly that Irish though. Joke aside, based on Charles […]

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