Dublin dating ideas
One of the wonderful things about Dublin is its size.Just about big enough to be classed as a ‘city’ by international standards, yet small enough to traverse (traffic permitting, of course) in a little over an hour.In fact, many of Ireland’s most breathtaking sights are at their dramatic best when framed by stark winter skies and tendrils of shifting fog.From Galway’s beaches, to the Cliffs of Moher, to King John’s Castle, there are plenty of options for mixing fresh air and happiness-boosting endorphins with spectacular, scenic winter romance.While you’re in town, take a stroll down ‘Love Lane’ in Temple Bar which is filled with romantic quotes and homemade decorated tiles. Go see a comedy gig There’s nothing better than seeing someone you love laugh and with Des Bishop performing Grey Matters in Vicar Street on February 14th, there’s no better time.With tickets at €28 it’s an affordable and creative way to spend the day. Go to the Zoo If the weather permits why not take a trip to Dublin Zoo to visit the new macaque born just before Christmas?You could be dining in any of the many fabulous restaurants Dublin has to offer, or having a relaxing picnic in St. Or, if you feel more daring, you could try any number of the fun and sometimes unusual activities the city has to offer. Like every major developed city, Dublin has its fair share of the usual burger chains dotted along its high streets.However, there are many dining jewels to be discovered, like Matt the Thresher, a seafood delight, situated in the heart of Georgian Dublin between Fitzwillam Square and Merrion Square.
Located on Crow Street, Dublin 2, this is one of the most exciting restaurants to open in Dublin in recent times.
Culturally it is hard to beat what Galway City and County has to offer with its’ music, art, sculpture, crafts, comedy, literary and poetry festivals.
It has even officially been designated European Capital of Culture 2020
There are lots of gigs on in Dublin this Valentine’s Day from ‘Full Set’ at Whelan’s, to ‘August Wells’ in The Workman’s Club. See your city Use the day of love to share some love for Dublin City.
Visit The Hugh Lane gallery, take the Viking Splash tour or go on a tour of the Guinness Storehouse.