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It can be overwhelming to decide where to go first once you arrive in this beautiful city, and with so many great things to see and do it’s unlikely you’ll have time for them all. However, with one of the fantastic walking tours available, you can make a good go of seeing some of the capitals best bits such as St Patrick’s Cathedral, The National Gallery of Ireland and the National Botanic Gardens. Farmleigh House is also a big hit with visitors and can be found north west of Phoenix Park. This 18th century Georgian house was bought by the great grandson of Arthur Guinness and has since been bought by the Irish government to be used for government engagements as well as free public tours. A highlight is the Benjamin Iveagh Library which contains a number of rare books and manuscripts from the 18th to the 20th centuries.
If you fancy stretching your legs outdoors, The Dublin Falconry makes a brilliant day out for groups of friends or families. Watch these majestic birds glide through the air as you learn more about how they’re trained and cared for. There’s also the opportunity for you to try holding and flying one of the resident falcons as well as a European Eagle Owl. This exciting day out is perfect for marking a special occasion or event. Afterwards, head back into the city centre and treat yourself to a tasty delight at one of the quaint cafes. Queen of Tarts serves delicious homemade cakes whilst Cake Café has a retro 1950’s feel and a handy courtyard for warmer weather. For something more substantial, try 37 Dawson Street, which serves hearty traditional fare in eclectic surroundings.