Guide to Dublin
Being the capital of Ireland, Dublin stands out as a fascinating blend of modern and traditional character making it a unique European city. Dublin is an exciting and vibrant city with a variety of corporate activities for you to choose from. In the evening Dublin has a thriving nightlife and a diverse restaurant scene perfect for visiting team building groups to unwind after their day time activities. So why not have your team building day in Dublin We have expert party planners waiting to answer your questions and help you arrange the best team building activity that will bring your whole team together.
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Dublin is well served by transport links into the city from Dublin airport to the north of the city, its ferry port to the East and its two main central railway stations Connolly and Dublin Heuston, so getting around once you arrive is easy by rail, tram, bus or taxi. You can also hire a bike for free for 30 minutes if you fancy seeing the sights in the fresh air. Temple Bar is on the Southbank of the River Liffey in the city and is the major cultural and nightlife capital. It is served by the Temple Bar train station and as you would expect has plenty of taxis once you’re there.
Here are a few tips that might help you during your party or group event in Dublin.
- Dublin busy May to September Festivals periods. 17th to 22nd of March St Patrick's Day festival parade - Dublin city explodes for the St Patrick's Day festival parade. West Cork Chamber Music Festival - For 10 days from the last Friday in June, international virtuosi perform around 60 concerts in the intimate surroundings of Bantry House and the town church. Galway Arts Festival - The city comes alive in the third week of July with myriad arts events, including a big top for concerts and a street parade and more.
- Smoking in Ireland is not fashionable, better to be discreet when selecting a place in which to smoke.