Dublin Honeymoon Activities

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  • Jack P
    2 contributions
    I participated in their cocktail making class with my brothers and it was the highlight of our Dublin trip! Tom was an absolute pro and blast to listen to and learn from. During the class we learned how to make 3 different types of cocktails to highlight the variety of options you have with whiskey. Such a fun and unique experience I can not recommend enough.
    Written 24 May 2022
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  • eliz a
    Leeds, UK124 contributions
    What a great tour, the man that took us round ( sorry forgotten his name ) was very informative and amusing. The tasting was great with good sized measures of Whiskey and a drink at the end.
    Would recommend, do it its brilliant.
    Written 20 May 2022
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  • Julie de Bruin
    1 contribution
    Best Guide I have ever had for a tour! Leila did an amazing job, recommend strongly to go here! The enthousiasm together with the knowledge she had was perfect.
    Written 27 May 2022
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  • Joseph
    2 contributions
    Brian gave us a great tour. He was full of information and ready to answer all questions. +Friendly.
    Written 25 May 2022
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  • porter_osborne
    Waco, TX749 contributions
    We enjoyed a nice stroll through the peaceful park. Enjoyed the statues, birds, and plant life. Good place to relax amid the bustle of the city dynamics.
    Written 25 May 2022
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  • sephirothseviltwin
    Aylesbury, UK103 contributions
    We did not know what to expect other than it is a large park. Large is an understatement, it is bigger than the centre of Dublin, and it is beautiful! There are three herds of deer, that are tame too! There is a lovely lake, many flowerbeds, and plenty of pathways to walk. For anyone who has difficulty with walking there is not a lot of seating though. There is a wonderful hidden gem of a pub, called The Hole in the Wall too! Lots of wildlife to see on the way, along with the Presidents Palace and American Ambassador (both viewable from outside gates)
    We really enjoyed it here!
    Written 26 April 2022
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  • Caroline C
    Leeds, UK55 contributions
    We really enjoyed our visit to these gardens - there is so much to see and entry is free. It's a lovely location and is a very relaxing place. It was a 20-minute walk from the tram. Seating in the cafe is limited but there are quite a few benches outside,
    Written 26 May 2022
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  • JET1955
    Bournemouth, UK15 contributions
    Informative and well-presented exhibition. Just the right size not to be overwhelming. Make sure you visit the lovely garden outside and the roof garden.
    Written 24 May 2022
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  • Sean M
    The Netherlands51 contributions
    Lovely theatre, reasonably priced, everything easy and low key (no lines for coat room, toilets, or drinks at intermission).

    It is of a high standard both in choice of play and the quality of the production. Well worth visiting during a stay in Dublin.
    Written 30 April 2022
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  • WaterfordGuy
    Carrick-on-Suir, Ireland75 contributions
    We very much enjoyed our tour of Drimnagh Castle on Monday, 28th February 2022. The castle itself is beautifully restored. Our tour guide was very friendly and had an in depth knowledge of the castle. His personal connection to the castle and the local area really enhanced this tour.
    Written 2 March 2022
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  • Niamh Connellan
    Dublin, Ireland59 contributions
    Had a great time on the interactive night during Halloween, made our halloween and the Bram Stoker Festival
    Written 11 May 2022
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  • Swedishtomcat
    Diss, UK3,042 contributions
    Although the source is only 20 miles from Dublin, the river actually snakes it’s way 82 miles to get to Dublin. It splits the city in two and has 24 bridges. It is tidal so there are spells during the day when the river bed is exposed, much to the delight of the scavenging seagulls.
    Written 7 April 2022
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  • StephenDublin
    Dublin, Ireland19 contributions
    Brilliant views looking North over Dublin, walking through valleys/glens with every changing scenery. East looking out over Dublin Bay and the coast. South and West over more hills and glens.
    Following forest paths and way-marked routes in open country.
    In open country away well-used paths in winter, spring and autumn the higher ground can be boggy, very damp marshland. In the high summer, heather can be ankle and knee deep which can be frustrating the walk in over a long period time.

    West Wicklow: Dublin Bus no. 65 to Blessington (rare) small town on N81 road.
    Arrives at Blessington Lakes (man-made resevoir to serve Dublin). It's an alternate route to walk into the mountains.
    The Dublin Bus 65 and limited services further south to Ballyknockan village off the N81 road.

    Dublin Mountains Way: 43km from Shankill to Tallaght (or reverse)
    From Tallaght only Glenasmole resevoir walk ( maybe 2km) offers any green road walking before and after there are about 12 kilometres of walking through housing estates or country roads (can be exposed to walkers).

    Safety: The altitudes are comparitivly small, but the area is isolated if any member of the group runs into diffiulty. Wear appropiate clothing and footwear,
    Written 1 July 2021
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  • gourmetflaneur
    York, UK1,063 contributions
    One of those things. It is there. It looks rather nice. You can walk across it. You get a view form it. It does link the two banks. It is popular but let us not get too carried away with the experience. Handy to visit if you are very close!
    Written 20 May 2022
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  • Emma L
    Dublin, Ireland217 contributions
    My friend and I wandered past it and took a quick look. Although it doesn’t look nice at all from the outside, the inside is beautiful. You’ll find the relics of Saint Valentine and I’ve noticed 3 stunning mosaic ceilings.
    I didn’t take any picture as I think it’s forbidden but the memory is still vivid!
    Written 18 February 2021
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