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For the best chance of warm weather, July and August is the time to visit Ballsbridge, when highs can reach over 20°C. It’s fairly mild in the months of June and September, which can be a good opportunity to get off-peak prices. Although it can rain at any time of year, the winter months from November to February are particularly wet and windy, so pack clothing accordingly.If you want to catch a game at the Aviva Stadium, a good time to come is during the rugby Six Nations event in February and March each year, while Ireland’s football matches take place at various points throughout the year.
To experience Dublin at its most exclusive, find a hotel in Ballsbridge. The wide, Victorian streets are lined with trees, giving the area a spacious and peaceful atmosphere, while Ballsbridge village is the place to go for lively pubs that are popular during sports matches.For a family hotel, Herbert Park is a good option. There’s a kid’s play area and lots of sports facilities. As well as walking opportunities, it’s also fun with children to do the Native Tree Trail, where you try to spot all 15 native trees in the park.Head to a hotel in Lansdowne village if you’re looking to be next to the Aviva Stadium. Even if you don’t manage to see a game, an immersive tour allows you to visit players’ dressing rooms and enter the tunnel onto the pitch. The fifth floor of the stadium also offers some of the best views of Dublin.Couples might like to stay in a hotel in the Docklands, a 12-minute drive north of Ballsbridge. Stroll along the canals and take in the modern architecture before stopping off at some of the finest restaurants in Dublin. If you’re feeling active, you can do some kayaking or paddleboarding on the River Liffey.To appreciate Dublin’s diverse culture, stay in a hotel in Merrion Square, two kilometres north-west of Ballsbridge. Here you’ll find the National Gallery and National Concert Hall, and some impressive taxidermy displays in the Natural History Museum.

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