1. Go for a dip at the crack of dawn in Dun Laoghaire
We realize it sounds insane to set an alert to swim at 4.30am, however when you see that dawn over the Forty Foot in Dun Laoghaire it will all bode well. The Forty Foot has been inviting swimmers for more than 250 years and is famously mentioned in James Joyce’s Ulysses.
2. Walk along the horizon on the rooftop Croke Park
Take a visit through Croke Park on its 17-story high horizon. You’ll see the capital’s landmarks with an incredible view while taking in their set of experiences from the talented local area experts. Hear the story of Irish sport and enjoy the incredible view from the platform that’s suspended over the Croke Park pitch itself.
3. Taste an exploratory 16 ounces at St James Gate
The Guinness Storehouse is one of Ireland’s most famous vacation destinations – and as it should be. But, slightly less known is its experimental brewery at St James Gate. The Open Gate Brewery has been operating for 100 years and the gates are open for you to taste their creations. Ireland in known for some of the best pubs and pints in the world but Guinness Storehouse is a must.4. See the deer at The Phoenix Park
4. See the deer at The Phoenix Park
At the point when they’re not occupied at Santa’s workshop, deer can be discovered roaming around the green fields of the Phoenix Park. These wild animals were imported for hunting purposes in the 17th century and now they enjoy a peaceful life raising their fawns and following their herds throughout the park’s 1,750 acres.
5. Go on a directed visit through the best-unrecorded music bars in Dublin
The Musical Pub Crawl of Dublin has been portrayed as a ‘moving concert around Dublin City. Guests of the tour will be brought to four of Dublin’s best pubs for live music where they will hear traditional Irish music, see professional Irish dancing and tuck into some typical Irish food.
6. Have a spot of lunch in Dublin Castle
Underlying the mid thirteenth century, Dublin Castle was given over to the Irish government in 1922 after Ireland’s autonomy. Now days, this government complex is open to tourists looking to learn more about Dublin’s history and hosts regular exhibitions.
- Howth cliff walk
- Raft down the Liffey
- Dublin Tasting Trail
- Take a Dublin Bay Cruise
- Pop into Token
- Visit Jameson Distillery
- Catch a show at Bord Gáis
- Enjoy an afternoon Tea at Maldron Parnell Square
- Have a picnic in St Stephen’s Green
- Enjoy a delicious brunch at Maldron Parnell Square