Golfing


Are you a fan of golf but don’t want to venture too far from the city for a great round? Maybe you’re looking for something fun and active to entertain the kids for the afternoon? If you’re staying with us in IMI Residence in Dundrum and need a place to practice your swing, there are a variety of golfing options in the area to cater to golfers of all levels. Rainforest Adventure Golf If you’re in Dublin on a family trip and need something exciting and competitive to keep the little one...

Hellfire Club


The Dublin Mountains are an ideal place to spend a few hours on a walk with the family, a cross-country hike or a spin on a mountain bike. The trails and forests are perfect for exercising, exploring or just clearing your head when you need to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. There is a range of activities to choose from some of which we’ve mentioned below: Preparation Although the trails are by no means treacherous, there are some simple common-sense les...

IMI Residence Christmas in Dublin


It may feel like summer was just a couple of weeks ago (especially with the unseasonable warmth this year) but our favourite time of the year is fast approaching. If you feel it’s too soon, look away now but we are truly excited for Christmas in Dublin! The city turns into a winter wonderland with something for everyone, even the Grinches among us. Here are our personal highlights to enjoying the festive season in Dublin's fair city. Shopping Dublin is one of the fashion and sho...

Phoenix Park Dublin Ireland


If you’re planning a trip to Dublin’s Fair City with the little ones, you’re probably wondering how to keep them occupied. Luckily Dublin has a huge range of activities to keep both parents and children happy. So much that you’ll want to stay longer! Here are our picks of the best: Viking Splash Tour This is one not only a whole lot of fun but is very educational and interesting for all age groups. In a sea of tour buses, the Vikin...

Bike Explore Dublin City


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:


Where to get a bike First of all, where do you get a bike? You can sign up for th...