Long days and so many ways to fill them
With St Stephen’s Green and Iveagh Gardens in full bloom, the buzz of visitors exploring the city and swans paddling lazily along the Grand Canal, Dublin shines during the summer.
If Number 31 is your launch pad, the best of the capital can be easily reached on foot. And unlike so many other cities during the summer, our temperate climate makes being outdoors very comfortable. Unless you plan on staying for a month or two, the chances are high that you’ll not get to experience all of Dublin in just one visit. However, among the city’s many summer highlights are the Botanic Gardens, the Howth Cliff Walk, St Stephen’s Green and Iveagh Gardens (where top acts often play), June’s Bloom Festival in the Phoenix Park and the Dublin Horse Show in August.
Whatever you experience during your stay, your time in Number 31 will add another dimension of enjoyment to your Dublin summer break.