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The nightlife in Dublin is electrifying and is the envy of many cities with its pub-to-person ratio! If drinking is on your list of priorities (of course it is) then start the night with our ultimate bar crawl, where you and the guys will visit up to 5 of Dublin’s best boozers and receive a wrist band enabling you to some incredible offers.
Then, how about paying a visit to Club Lapello, Dublin’s premier and most sophisticated gentlemen’s club, where you’ll be able to watch some hot Irish girls shake their booties, whilst enjoying a few beverages. Round up the night with a visit to Club M, which is situated in the vibrant Temple Bar area. Club M is definitely the place to be on your night out and hosts a variety of top club nights; we’ll arrange for you and your group of stags to very conveniently skip the queue, leaving you more time to enjoy some drinks and amaze the hot locals with your show stopping dance moves.
It’s worth noting that some clubs and bars will refuse entry to those who are too casually dressed, so it’s definitely worthwhile packing some smart attire for your evenings out, and leaving those battered trainers at home.
No trip to Dublin is complete without a visit to the world famous Guinness Storehouse! Situated in the heart of St James Gate Brewery, the Guinness Storehouse is Ireland’s most popular tourist attraction, and here, you’ll discover the story of the black stuff and enjoy some samples along the way. At the end of this self-guided tour, head up to the rooftop bar where you and the guys can indulge in a pint of Guinness, whilst admiring the panoramic views across the city.
There’s also plenty of art around Dublin if you enjoy a bit of culture; head for a walk around the city where you’ll be able to marvel at the incredible street art covering the Irish architecture and help ease the hangover with some fresh air at the same time! In addition, there’s a whole load of great shopping hotspots and places to pick up some food if you're feeling peckish in the city centre.
The majority of sights, shops and nightlife are situated within easy reach of the city centre, so you’ll be able to reach the best boozing hotspots by foot. However, if your hotel is a little out of the way or you fancy visiting somewhere further afield, then there’s an extensive bus service available enabling you to travel around the city and suburbs. Check out the Dublin Buses website for more information about routes and times.
There’s also the swift and reliable Luas tram system to get you around the city quickly, or alternatively you can hire bikes for the day. We recommend taking advantage of the Leap Visitor Card if you intend on using public transport across a few days which offers great value for money across a variety of rail options.
Don’t forget, we’re happy to arrange transfers to and from your hotel for you, leaving you more time to decide where to have your first pint of Guinness!