Although Dublin is a relatively small city, there are literally hundreds of things to do here. Every street has another pub, museum or cool quirky attraction to discover. The best way to explore Dublin is definitely by bike, it gives you the freedom to go off the beaten track and doesn’t tie you down to strict tour bus timetables and routes. Here are some of the best places to see by bike:
First of all, where do you get a bike? You can sign up for theDublin Bikes Scheme which has numerous pick-up and drop off points around the city and at most of the main attractions. For a small refundable deposit and a very reasonable hourly fee, you are given the freedom to explore any part of the city you want! If you want to avoid the deposit you can rent with River Cycles at an hourly or all day rate. Just ensure you get a lock and lock up your bike any time you get off.
The Garden of Remembrance lies at the very tip of O’Connell street and is a colourful and peaceful haven in the centre of the city. The garden is dedicated to the memory of "all those who gave their lives in the cause of Irish Freedom".
How ever you decide to explore Dublin City, make sure your accommodation is the highest quality in both style and comfort. Book directly with the IMI Residence to ensure you get the best rate available anywhere.