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This Is One Of The Most Fun Things You Can Do In Dublin On A Sunny Day

By mariemadden

May 10, 2017 at 9:58am


We've been enjoying some ridiculously good weather over the past few days and while things are about to take a turn for the worse, we're hopeful that there's a long hot summer ahead.

While Netflix binges and Sunday sessions might be our 'go to' for the winter months, the summer is a great chance to get out and make the most of what Dublin has to offer.

One of those things is the River Liffey and we've found a way for you to experience it from a whole new angle.

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City Kayaking does exactly what it says on the tin - namely, taking you and your mates out in a kayak to travel through the city.

If you're not a natural water baby, don't worry as kayaking is very straight forward and you'll have picked up the basics in no time.

The company supplies all the gear you need and will take you for a two-hour trip down the Liffey to spot some of the city's most famous landmarks.

It's easy to forget just how gorge the city is when you're rushing to work every day so this is a nice opportunity to slow things down and take it all in.

Plus, it's great exercise so you can skip the gym after!

If you fancy making a day of it, they also do packages that include a tapas trail, GAA and bike tours.

This is definitely one for the 'to do' list...

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