Best Dublin Honeymoon Activities

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Best Dublin Honeymoon Activities

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  • Anastasija A
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We’ve visited the pop up version of the museum since the main one was closed, but it was still a great experience. Pauline, our guide, was excellent - cheers! Learnt a lot of Dublin history and it didn’t take much time too. Definitely recommend to go if you have a chance, it’s worth it.
    Written 14 April 2024
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  • MrPercyLam
    Cambridge, UK121 contributions
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    I have been to several visitor experience for alcohol, but must say I quite like the arrangement of the Bow Street experience. Every participant of the experience was first served a whisky cocktail (or pure whisky shot if you wish). We then went through a presentation of the Jameson and the whisky production process with aroma paper strips and other visual implements. The experience concluded with a tasting of 3 whisky samples. The guide debriefed us from the appearance to the nose, palette and after taste. The three samples were quite distinct and easy to go in.

    As a person who occasionally appreciates whisky, I must say the highlight is the cask draw experience in addition to the general experience. We were brought to a specially conditioned cask room and tried on whisky drawn from a sherry cask. The whisky was much richer and complex than the mainstream variants on supermarket shelves, owing to a much longer maturation period. Don't worry it's not a sherry bomb but a very all-round mature whisky that was pleasant to drink.
    Written 14 April 2024
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  • PAM141007
    Oxford81 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A great tour with Matt, who was both informative and amusing! And a range of whiskeys to taste as well as the souvenir glass we got with the more expensive tour.
    Written 25 February 2024
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  • Kityayma
    Sydney, Australia221 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is a very popular spot especially so it seemed when we visited on a sunny Sunday morning. Easy to see why. It's a beautiful park with spring flowers beginning to emerge. There's a playground, ornamental lake and lots of beautiful birds.
    Some of the statues in St Stephen's Green include those of three Irish rebels from various eras - Theobald Wolfe Tone, (leader of the 1798 rebellion); Robert Emmet (executed following The Rising of 1803); and Countess Markiewicz 1956 (sentenced to death, later commuted, for her part in the Easter Rising of 1916). There's also an abstract sculpture of WB Yeats in the Memorial Garden dedicated to the poet.
    The park is close to many other Dublin attractions including the National Museum, the National Gallery and Trinity College.
    Written 9 April 2024
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  • Defibril8r
    Derby, UK27 contributions
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    We wanted to do a distillery tour whilst in Dublin for my wife's 60th birthday. Decided to visit Teelings and purchased tickets online which was easy to do. Arrived at the distillery after takin a Hop on bus toyr and didn't have to wait long for the tour to start. Marc was our tour guide and from the start realised how enthusiastic and knowledgeable he was and this was evident throughout our tour. He'd even heard of our football team Derby County! Marc explained the history of Teelings and the area and also the process behind Irish whisky making. At the end we got a fre taste and a cocktail. Thanks Marc foe your explanation.
    Written 15 April 2024
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  • Kityayma
    Sydney, Australia221 contributions
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    We left home planning to walk around the whole park but with so much to see we only got half way around so keep this in mind if you're planning a walk. You can hire bikes at the entrance, which in hindsight might have been a better way to go to fit everything in.
    We visited the zoo which sits within the park - more than 140 years old and fabulous, and Farmleigh Estate, on the edge of the park and also fabulous and a good place to stop for lunch or afternoon tea. (There's a cafe and the gardens are beautiful.)
    Phoenix Park is huge. It is home to the President's official residence (Áras an Uachtaráin) and the US Embassy sits directly opposite. There are deer here which we saw by chance late in the afternoon. The park has playing fields and lawns as well as a great variety of trees, shrubs and flowers and various bird species. All in all, a great day out.
    Written 9 April 2024
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  • Sue H
    Port Elizabeth, South Africa82 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Once you've been to this museum/exhibition, you will never want to pay entrance fees again. Itbis beyond belief that such an impressively large display of antiquities can be free to enter. We spent 2 hours meandering, reading display notices and just being mesmerized by the displays. You can skip other museums but just not the Chester Beatty!
    Written 5 April 2024
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  • Jay K
    Dublin, Ireland76 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The National Botanical Gardens (or the Bots as locals call them) are an absolutely delightful place to visit at any time of the year but particularly in spring and summer when the beautifully tended flowers, trees and shrubs are full of colour and life. There’s an excellent cafe there and best or all is that admission is free! The only slight drawback is that parking is limited so get there early if you have a car.
    Written 11 April 2024
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  • Sarah L
    London, UK3,067 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This bridge cuts across the centre of the city and is a great photo spot to showcase the city. It's free to cross and is surrounded by many other bridges.
    Written 19 March 2024
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  • StephenCross
    Dublin, Ireland18,546 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We enjoyed a nice drive back through the moubtains on a sunny February afternoon. Beautiful lush scenery. Recommended for a hike or drive.
    Written 19 February 2024
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  • Ben F
    Bloomington, IN1,538 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The Liffey cuts central Dublin into two with several great bridges filling the gap. I crossed on many occasions on my trip, and I took the bus and walked along it some. I wish the pedestrian areas and green spaces extended further down the river toward the main downtown district (like Temple Bar, Grafton Street, etc), as I only observed elevated concrete streets running along the river there.
    Written 20 March 2024
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  • Zee e
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    My son is obsessed ever since he started horse riding! So relaxing and beautiful view, he’s always looking forward to going to the stables, can’t wait to see him enjoy and flourish in his new hobby!
    Written 2 February 2024
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  • Tim Mc G
    Dublin, Ireland199 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I went here with family. It’s a long but lovely walk that offers views of Howth etc… There is a coffee stand on the pier. It can be really busy in the summer
    Written 1 April 2024
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  • Michael M
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Enjoyable night. I’m originally Irish but living in Sydney. I brought my UK born partner and friends along to this. Not too long, and will keep everyone interested.
    Written 24 March 2024
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  • urbanguy
    Richmond, VA4,635 contributions
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    I really liked this church. We went to a 3 PM weekday mass and walked around afterwards. There is a massive organ up in the front. And, there are many, many shrines (all listed on their website). There are a number of interesting side altars. Perhaps, the most famous and most visited is the altar to St. Vincent, for which there are some relics.
    Written 7 October 2023
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