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Get Active in Dublin

If you enjoy a fairly active lifestyle at home then the idea of visitingDublinand solely sightseeing may not necessarily appeal to you; perhaps you want to ensure that you are keeping active even whilst seeing some of the best thatDublinhas to offer?  Luckily, there are a number of different ways that you can combine being on the move with staying healthy and seeing some ofDublin’s finest attractions all at the same time.


Day Tours

Dublinis surrounded by stunning Irish countryside so if you want to head out of the city on a day tour then you will not be disappointed.  There are a whole variety to choose from, including history and heritage tours, nature and wildlife tours, walking and rambling tours and plenty more in between.  These offer the chance to keep active, and see some picturesque sights to boot.


Dublin by Bike

The perfect combination of an active adventure and sightseeing; the Dublin city bike tours provide visitors with the chance to see the iconic landmarks and attractions in Dublin, to discover information past and present and have their very own guided tour by a local who knows just what they are talking about.  The starting point for the tours is just across the river from The Alexander Hotel Dublin making it a convenient choice as well.


City Kayaking

For a truly unique way to see the city, why not try a 2 hour city kayaking river trip; these trips take you along the River Liffey right through the heart of the city, passing under some of Dublin’s famous bridges and cruising alongside some of the city’s very best landmarks at the same time.  A kayaking adventure not only gives you the chance to enjoy something physical whilst sightseeing, but it also gives you the opportunity to viewDublinfrom a new and interesting perspective.


Cliff Walks

Although there is plenty going on inside the city, sometimes it is also nice to take a break and heading out of the city and onto the cliffs can offer a worthwhile and exciting day out.  Just a few miles outside of the city could see you rambling along the stunningDublincoastline, heading up into theDublinmountains or stumbling across some of the gorgeous villages which feature along the more popular cliff loops.



If sightseeing isn’t something you are massively interested in then you might prefer to head away from the city centre and instead out towards the city’s docklands where you can find Surfdock Watersports.  Surfdocks isDublin’s leading watersports school and offers windsurfing, kitesurfing, surfing, kayaking, wakeboarding and stand up paddleboarding as well as all the equipment and wetsuits you will need to fully enjoy a water-based activity.


Food and Drink

If you include eating well as part of your healthy and active lifestyle then there are several great places to visit inDublin; establishments such as Sprout & Co, Counter Culture and Green Beards Juicery are all top places to try which offer a variety of healthy foods to eat.

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