1. Dublin by bike
The capital is tailor-made for cycling — with windy lanes and generous cycle paths, it’s the perfect way to gain a unique perspective of its layout. Leave the car behind and sign up for a guided tour with See Dublin by Bike that takes in everything from Google in Grand Canal Dock to Guinness. Their 'Taste of Dublin' tour will help you discover Dublin’s rich history, folklore and unique atmosphere from the comfort of your saddle.
For an even more relaxing two-wheeled adventure, try Lazy Bike Tours Dublin. Their series of e-bike tours are led by knowledgeable local guides, who will introduce you to Dublin Castle, Teeling Whiskey, the Guinness Factory, Kilmainham Gaol and a range of other destinations. For some quiet contemplation by bike, escape the hustle and bustle of the city with Biking.ie. They offer cycling tours in the Dublin Mountains and Wicklow Hills for individuals and groups, led by multilingual instructors. These local guides use expert local knowledge to navigate quiet country lanes, giving you the chance to explore the beautiful Dublin countryside.