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Dublin with kids

Planning a trip to Dublin with kids? We’re glad you dropped by. We’ve got a mix of indoor and outdoor activities for you – including a couple of free child-friendly places in Dublin to keep the whole family entertained.

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Stags on tour in Dublin

When it comes to Dublin stag activities, there are some fairly obvious attractions and locations that come to mind. Temple Bar will no doubt already be on your list – along with a tour of the Guinness factory? We’d definitely consider both of those options, but what about some less obvious choices flying under the stag do radar?

A view of the Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin


Let’s start by getting the obvious out of the way, shall we? Guinness. Its distinctive stamp on the city can be in danger of overshadowing Dublin’s best bits. Handily we’re here to cast that dark and brooding pint aside in favour of the city’s other attractions. Ok, so maybe it’s a good idea to just pop in the Storehouse for a quick sip – if only to tick that particular must do off the list. That done, you’re free to forage out Dublin’s art, culture, music and cuisine. And, at times, forage feels like the right word. Temple Bar and the distillery tours get most of the headlines, but this city is awash with things to do. If you know where to look.

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Whiskey lover’s tour of Dublin

If you haven’t yet pledged allegiance to a particular brand, a whiskey tour of Dublin is the ideal way to work your way around the city’s single malts. Barrel aged, blended, distilled, tasting notes – all of this and more is helpfully explained by your guide on a whiskey tour – and by the individual distilleries themselves. But there’s much more to Dublin’s whiskey scene than a few punchy swigs and a look around a distillery.

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Bohemian to its core and a mecca for both beer lovers and architecture geeks, Prague is steeped in history, yet remains an incredibly modern city. There’s everything from ancient castles to chic bars within the city limits, as well as all the amenities you’d expect from a thriving metropolitan centre. Getting from A to B in the city is a breeze, as it has one of the expansive and reliable public transport networks in Europe, even with the historic centre of the city being a UNESCO World Heritage site.