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Pass By: Clontarf Promenade, Clontarf Dublin 3, Dublin Ireland
Heading out the coast along the newly completed cycle lane. Hear about the fascinating history of transport infrastructure here, while savouring the views of Dublin Bay and taking in the sea air
Stop At: Bull Island, North Bull Wall, Dublin Ireland
Sit and relax with a cuppa' and a snack at a unique cafe perched upon a 200 year old sea wall instigated by Captain Bligh of Mutiny on the Bounty fame. Learn about the history of Dublin Bay and how one of Ireland's major nature reserves was accidentally formed.
Duration: 30 minutes
Pass By: St. Anne's Park, James Larkin Road Clontarf, Raheny, Dublin 3 Ireland
Pass through this elegant park that was owned and developed by the Guinness Family. Cruise along the tree-lined laneways at your lesiure
Stop At: Croke Park Stadium, Jones' Rd, Dublin Ireland
Park up and stand beneath the inspirational 83,000 capacity stadium, the third largest in Europe. Hear the history of the Gaelic Athletic Association, the lifeblood of Irish Society and Communities right the back to it's foundation almost a century and half ago, and the tragic story of the nearly forgotten man who arguably did more than any to kickstart and shape this sporting organisation which has clubs, members and followers all over the world today.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Glasnevin Cemetery Museum, Finglas Road, Dublin 11 Ireland
Join a public tour and hear about the fanous, quirky and sombre characters, well known and obscure, in this famous cemetary.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop At: John Kavanagh, 1 Prospect Square, Glasnevin, Dublin, D09 CF72, Ireland
Enjoy a hearty lunch in the unique and quirky pub that is named after the hard working folks who have been frequenting it since it opened in 1833.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Tolka Valley Park, Ballyboggan Road, Dublin Ireland
Discover and explore this gem of a cycle path, recently constructed through lush green foliage
Duration: 10 minutes
Pass By: Phoenix Park, Parkgate St. Conyngham Road, Dublin 8 Ireland
Experience this vibrant yet tranquil park, the largest enclosed of any capital city in Europe that began with red deer in 1662, and who still roam there today
Stop At: War Memorial Gardens, Islandbridge, Dublin 8 Ireland
Cycle along the superb path by Dublin's River Liffey, watch the rowers pull in the river, and stop by to salute the 49,400 Irishmen who fought in World War 1, often forgotten, or worse, in times past. Hear the little known story of how a well known Irish Nationalist escaped certain execution through cunning and guile, and the significance of the two swans
Duration: 10 minutes