Five most visited places around and nearby Dublin during Rainy Winter


Powerscourt Estate
Powerscourt Estate acquires a touch of ancient paradise which settles just 45 minutes south within County Wicklow. Here you will find The House & Gardens and witness beautiful grounds, enticing water features, and amazing landscapes. An overnight would be a great experience, and staying at The Ritz-Carlton in Powerscourt which offers various treats with their customers like free cycles to hire and free pass to the spectacular River Walk.

OConnell and Temple Bar
OConnell and Temple Bar are the two places which you need to know especially when it’s your first time in Dublin. In Temple Bar, you’ll find here cheap accommodations and more pubs that visitors would prefer to stay with in a night. Here you will find Auld Dubliner which is famous with drinks and their delicious food.  Not to mention the talented musician performing live, this makes your stay more Irish one. O’Connell in the other hand is spotted with numerous spire and also known location of famous pubs and shops. It is both the perfect places where you should be when you want to spend the night more lively.
Defunct is the famous Windmill Lane Studios, specifically Joshua Tree, War and Boy. Today, the studio is relocated to different location in Dublin, and the abandoned building is still at its stance as part of history track of Rock ‘N Stroll. Defunct is surrounded with U2 shout-outs from different tourists all around the world and that is the indication that you are close by the entrance of this historic studios.
East and West Coast
Another place where you can stroll and have fun around even during rainy winter is the East and West Coast through the Paddywagon Tours. It takes you to the east and west coast area of Ireland where you can reach and stop by at the County Galway which includes the bay, the ruined church which still stood beautifully up to now, the Corcomroe Abbey, the 4,000 plus aged monument, the Poulnabrone Dolmen Portal Tomb, a rough and rocky attractive looking landscape, the Burren , the Doolin which has become the semi-official Irish music capital, the exhilarating Cliffs of Moher, and most especially the Bunratty Castle. Enjoy its green sceneries but no matter if it rains or not, you can still enjoy your walk with a raincoat.
Belfast is another place which is very enticing and wonderful to visit. You may take the road through the motorcar’s wheel and drive through the left side of the road which will take you straight to the Northern Ireland. It will just take you less than 2 hours for you to be able to reach that point. Extreme outdoor activities can be experienced here at Belfast. It’s also beneficial for you when you avail it during the off-season because you can avoid overcrowding but it is just a little bit chilly and rainy. The lovely lads at Paddywagon also offer a day trip ride for people who are not into extreme outdoor activities. Everyone can really enjoy and have fun at Belfast.