Big on sport? Great, as Dublin is crazy about sport too. The city is home to Croke Park, the third largest stadium in Europe, they are also host to a range of sports like Rugby, Football and Gaelic Sports. What about a day at the Leopardstown horse races or for adrenaline junkies wanting to get in on the action check out some paintballing, gaelic games or karting.
At night-time the streets come alive with party energy. Visit old style Ireland with a pub-crawl, tasting the traditional ales and whiskeys. Or discover modern Ireland by visiting the trendy bars for cocktails, with a popular choice being The Church Bar, a restored church turned bar, with many of the original features still existing. Don’t forget to swing by Grand Canal dock, boasting a range of watering holes to suit all tastes. After a drink head over to a club of your choice, with many offering a wide variety of musical genres from jazz to rock.
Feeling peckish? Discover Ireland with a night in one of the many restaurants in Dublin. With traditional entertainment like folk dancing and bands, Irish dishes such as stews, soda bread and a variety of meat dishes washed down with local whisky. Or if you fancy a slice of home, plenty of eateries offer English dishes as well.
And when it comes to transport, the city looks after the environment, with suggested forms being cycling or walking. Taxis are available around the clock, at a decent fare.