When walking has become the new going out, you need to make it worthwhile! It’s time to dust off the cobwebs and put those walking shoes on!
North Wall Quay & Grand Canal Walk
This is an excellent walk and only takes 35 mins if you don’t stop anywhere along the way. It’s a great route to explore parts of hidden Dublin and to come across some great local areas that show the old traditional Dublin sitting alongside the new shiny Dublin, where they co-exist very comfortably. Get your shoes on and get exploring! See our blog for more details!
Great South Wall Walk
The great south wall walk brings you all the way out to Poolbeg lighthouse. Sights include ships & trawlers coming into port, and the east link bridge rising for them which is quite impressive to watch. When you reach the lighthouse at the end of the pier you’ll have stunning views no matter which way you look!
Adjacent to the pretty village suburb of Sandymount, the strand offers a lovely pleasant walk and is not too far from the city. The 1km stretch provides outstanding views of Poolbeg, Irishtown Nature Park and Dun Laoghaire.
Phoenix Park is the largest enclosed public park in any capital city in Europe, located only a mile and a half from O’Connell Street. At 1,750 acres there is enough to keep you busy all day. Sights include Deer herds, Zoological Gardens, Áras an Uachtaráin (Presidents’ residence), Papal cross, Victorian flower gardens, walking, running, Segway & cycling tours, polo, cricket, hurling and just a nice chillax on a sunny day.