- WHAT TO DO IN DUBLIN
Viking splash tour
What’s on in DublinDo you find the Hop on Hop off not exciting enough? Then you should buy tickets for the Viking splash tour. Visit Dublin on land and on water. Your viking tour guide will show you the main sights of Dublin city such as Dublin castle and St Patrick’s Cathedral but also take you down to the docklands and let you enjoy a fresh breeze. Make sure you don’t loose your Viking helmet and scream as loud as you can!
What’s on in DublinMarlay park is the location for this spectacular event. Happening from the 14th until the 16th of July, the festival promises a sunny weekend ahead. Tickets can be purchased for single days or whole weekends, depending on which artists you would rather see. The line up includes performers such as The Weeknd and Milky Chance. Food and drinks will be available all weekend long. Make sure you book your tickets quickly, Saturday’s ones are already SOLD OUT.
The big grill
What’s on in DublinFrom August 17th until 20th, Herbert Park, in Ballsbridge, is hosting the annual big grill again. Find about 25 restaurants, more than 50 foodstalls, great dj’s and artists, craft beers, whiskey stands and a kids stall. If you want to be part of the grill, click here. It’s a fun event for family and friends, being very successful for the past few years.
Royal Horse Show
What’s on in DublinThe RDS Arena is the place for this event of the year. The English and Irish love their horse shows and you should absolutely be part of this luxurious and prestigious event right in Dublin city. From the 9th until the 13th of August, Dublin will be a very busy city for all horse fanatics. It’s a national jumping and showing competition that has been held for decades. Enjoy equestrian entertainment, shopping and great food among the high society of Dublin
GAA Hurling All-Ireland Championship Senior Finals
What’s on in DublinThis September 3rd, the Senior Finals in Hurling are taking place in Croke Park. It’s an important sports event of the year with Hurling being Ireland’s oldest sport with more than 3,000 years of history. Additionally, the game is known to be the fastest in the world and can be compared with hockey, however being much more complex. Get your tickets for a game now and a stunning atmosphere is promised. It’s the perfect family day out. More information cab be found here
Dublin Culture Night
What’s on in DublinOn September 22d, all cultural institutions such as museums and galleries, open their doors for people to visit and explore. The night is hosted to celebrate creativity, culture and arts all over the country. About 350,000 people stroll through the museums during that evening and it’s each year great fun to discover new collections and decorations. Create a sense of community and join the crowd on this special day.