WHAT TO DO IN DUBLIN DURING SPRINGTIME
Spring in Ireland takes place officially between mid-March and mid-June, and it’s a time to enjoy the good weather and the good temperatures. So what about doing things to take advantage of this time of the year? Below you can check a list of places that you can visit in Dublin for free in order to make the most of Springtime:
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NATIONAL BOTANIC GARDENS:
It’s definitely a lovely place, it’s totally for free, and it holds one of the greatest flowers and plants collections of Ireland. It’s open to visitors every day from 9 am to 5 pm. So get your friends and spend a day out in this incredible venue.
Located at the port of Dublin, the Poolbeg Lighthouse is one of the oldest in the world. It’s a very good place to take some nice pictures – the graffiti arts contrast the red colour of the building – and also to watch the sunset. Its incredible and breathtaking view will make you love Dublin even more.
ST ANNE’S PARK:
This is not the most famous park in Dublin at all. Actually, St Anne’s park is not very known by those who live in Dublin, however, its gardens and its friendly environment makes the place a lovely venue to spend a day off with friends and relatives.
DUN LAOGHAIRE PORT:
It’s super recommendable to visit Dun Laoghaire port during Spring and summertime because it’s usually very windy and cold. Its incredible view of the sea and some docked boats make it perfect for a walkabout on a free day.
If you like having contact with nature, this is the perfect place for you. Iveagh Gardens is a lovely venue for those who want to enjoy the quietness. It’s nice to bring some friends and organize a picnic.
So what are you waiting for? Gather as many friends as you can, pick up a destination and go for it. It’s always good to enjoy the sun in Ireland while you can. Have fun!
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