If you enjoyed our Lazy Bike Tour, and are still looking for further adventures, make sure you check out our recommendations below!
Our Dublin City neighbours
-This one is for all you food lovers. A combination of history, food and great ‘craic’ (fun).
-Escape the busy city of Dublin and explore the Irish coast and countryside with trips to places like the Giant’s Causeway, Cliffs of Moher or the Wild Connemara.
-Up to 23 major tourist landmarks in Dublin covered during a single trip with an option of 8 languages to choose from, to guide you during your tour.
-An exciting ghost bus tour with a mix of horror and comedy. Experience the dark side of Dublin on this 2hr adventure!
-Dating back to 1204, a former government administration for the United Kingdom now acts as an Irish government complex and a major visitor attraction.
-A collection of modern and contemporary art by Irish and foreign artists. Most exhibitions are free of charge.
-Everything you need to know about Dublin gathered at one place. This includes art, letters, postcards, and other objects from the past.
-Once functioned as a prison, now, acts a museum to commemorate and educate about the leaders of the rebellions of 1798, 1803, 1848,1867 and 1916.
-An interactive Museum that immerses you in the Irish history of emigration around the world.
A deserved break
If you’re exhausted and need to take a second after, or in between adventures, make sure you visit one our favourite restaurants/cafes. We can guarantee, you won’t regret it!
-The ultimate definition of the saying, “don’t judge a book by its cover”! This quirky clothes shop serves the best coffee in town. Don’t believe me? Check it out yourself!
-A bakery, deli, food market, cafe, pizzeria and much more. It’s a combination of all the good stuff at the one location. Fancy, yet affordable. What else would you wish for?!
-A little coffee shop that’s simply ‘on the way’. They also have a huge selection of amazing teas.