There is nowhere quite like Dublin when the sun shines. Enjoy the sounds of children having fun while you soak up some rays, watch the beautiful people pass by in local parks and gardens and dine al fresco in the many outdoor spaces in the city. With sunlight until after 10pm most evenings, the days are long and warm but what happens when the sun goes down? Here are some of our favourite things to do after hours in Dublin.
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Viking Splash Tour
We are delighted to welcome back one of Dublin’s most beloved and unique tours, Viking Splash. After a couple of years with no amphibious tours in the city, we’re happy to see the return of this iconic tour that runs late into the evening. Explore the city from an entirely new perspective on a road-based bus that turns into a boat and continues the tour from the River Liffey. It’s a unique land and water experience that is suitable for all ages and has the added benefit of being educational and interactive. The little ones will love scaring unsuspecting members of the public with Viking roars! Book tickets for this brilliant tour early as it’s sure to be popular this summer.
Catch a Show
Summer is a great time to enjoy a show or event in Dublin. The events schedule is packed with everything from sports to comedy and everything in between. Head to an evening Gaelic Football or Hurling match in Croke Park and enjoy a pint in one of the local pubs after. Catch the fantastic Riverdance 25 in Gaiety Theatre, close to Stephens Green, and we guarantee you’ll remember it for a lifetime. There are festivals happening all over the city, including Pride in June, the Festival of Curiosity and Longitude in July, Dublin Fringe in September and much more. Keep an eye on Dublin Events pages for evening events to enjoy during your stay.
Outdoor Dining in Dublin
Make the most of the long evenings with a spot of outdoor dining in Dublin. Since the start of the pandemic, restaurants, cafes and bars have opened their outdoor spaces for diners, offering a fresh air solution to the social distancing. Summer is the best time to enjoy outdoor dining, and don’t worry, most outdoor spaces are covered and heated! Enjoy beer gardens, pavement tables and rooftop gardens aplenty, with lots of great dining options in Dublin. We have food from around the world from Argentina to America and everywhere in between. Ask our team for advice on the best places to eat and we’ll be happy to help you book a table at your favourite spot for some after-hours dining & drinking.
Nights out in Dublin are legendary. Whether it’s live Irish music or a liberal, independent nightclub, Temple Bar has something for everyone. Grab a bite to eat and enjoy a pint of the black stuff in one of the many, many pubs in the Temple Bar area and stay to enjoy the famous Irish hospitality. Many of the bars and pubs have live music every night from full trad bands to solo guitarists playing their own tunes. Start by finding a spot in front of the TV to enjoy whatever match is on and stay to make friends and enjoy a night you’ll never forget.
Sit Back, Relax & Enjoy
After a long day of exploring, something the best thing to do is relax and unwind in the evening. If a crazy night out or a show doesn’t grab your attention, PREMIER SUITES serviced apartment accommodation in Dublin offers the ideal alternative. Forget being confined to a small hotel room. Enjoy the space and comfort from your home from home, enjoying high-speed internet, TV, lounge space and ultimate comfort in a suite on Dublin’s Leeson Street. Order in from one of the local restaurants or takeaways and dine in comfort from your temporary home.
Book your summer break in Dublin now by visiting our official website. We’re looking forward to a busy summer season so reserve your suite soon to avoid disappointment.