If it’s an activity break on the more relaxed side of things, then look no further as Dublin has plenty to offer. Take a walk along the golden sands and revisit your youth with an ice cream. Or get pampered and recover from copious amounts of alcohol with a deep tissue massage at one of Dublin’s first class Spas. A great way to relax.
For a more cultural range of activities, this historic city is home to lots of famous landmarks and monuments, with some that date back as far as the thirteenth century, with Dublin Castle, a slice of the city's heritage, to the Spire of Dublin, one of the newest monuments. Or stroll through a choice of stunning parks peppered across the city, one of which is home to a herd of Fallow Deer who have lived there since the seventeenth century. And of course lets not forget the infamous black stuff – take a tour of the Guinness store house and enjoy a few bevvies too.
This city is also famous for the Arts. Dublin is famous for it’s literature, being home to the likes of Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett and W. B. Yeats. Alongside this are street performers and a huge music scene with artists such as Westlife, U2, Sinead O’Connor, The Script and My Bloody Valentine all originating from here.
At the heart of this relaxed, easy going city is the genuine desire that everybody enjoys the CRAIC!