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Monthly Archives: August 2014

  • August
  • City Focus – best relaxation spots in Dublin Read Article
    City Focus – best relaxation spots in Dublin

    We know that so many of you love to travel and that’s why we like to write a little on our favourite cities and where the best spots are to unwind and take it easy. Our own Capital city Dublin is a vibrant and hectic spot but if you know what you’re doing, it’s easy to find some truly relaxing spots where you can kick back and take in the views or just watch the world go by. If you’re planning on hitting Dublin for the first time or even if you’re an old hand in visiting the Emerald Isle, check out one or all of these places and ....take your time and take it easy.


    • Iveagh gardens – Let’s start in the city centre with this pretty little public park that’s often home to live music, occasional comedy and even food fairs. Most of all, locals just come here and relax on a sweet summer’s day. You’ll find it right in the city centre just off Harcourt Street in Dublin 2. It’s a nice alternative to the hustle and bustle of life in the centre of one of Europe’s coolest cities.


    • Howth – an old-fashioned fishing village just outside the city centre, it’s easyto get to with trains leaving regularly throughout the day. With stunning views of Dublin City from Howth Head cliff walk, this is a beautiful walk that’s never crowded and you’re sure to find the right spot to take it all in.


    • Dalkey – this village of the rich and famous is like a picture postcard. If you’re lucky, you may even bump into Bono! With a literary feel and a cosy atmosphere, it’s easy to see why the Vikings settled in this area around the Middle Ages. It’s right on a train line too!


    • Stephen’s green – right smack in the centre of the city, this is truly an oasis from the hustle and bustle of daily Dublin life. On a bright summer’s day, it’s a busy spot but also one with a really positive vibe and good buzz.


    • Grand Canal Dock – and Grand Canal square in particular is a beautifully designed urban space that was re-imagined in 2007. In an area of the city that was ripe for redevelopment, the square is an engaging modern design. And you’ll find plenty of places to sit back and take in this vibrant city location. It’s also in Dublin 2.


    This is only the tip of the iceberg – Dublin is a great city with so many sights, sounds and experiences that you’re sure to find something for you. Why not jump on Twitter now and tell us what city you’d like us to focus on next time round...



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