Holidays to Ballsbridge
Named after a bridge of the same name, Ballsbridge (or Ball's Bridge) is an exclusive Dublin suburb with the highest real estate prices in Ireland. Developed in Victorian times, Ballsbridge is steeped in rugby history and is characterised by wide tree lined streets and expansive houses. Minutes from various attractions, restaurants and nightlife options Ballsbridge offers a more tranquil alternative to staying in the city centre.
This peaceful beach is about 6 minutes away and is popular with walkers, joggers and those looking to catch the sunrise.
Tower Bay, Portrane
Located about 35 minutes away, this 2km stretch of beach is stunning and overlooks Tower Bay.
The Royal Dublin Society (RDS)
Originally located in the city centre, the RDS now calls Ballsbridge home and aims to promote Irish arts and industry.
National Gallery of Ireland
Take a trip to the city centre and visit this must see gallery, which exhibits a collection of Irish and European art.
Spanning 32 acres, this green oasis features fields, pitches, courts and lawns for playing sports.
Lansdowne Road stadium
This legendary rugby stadium seats 50,000 and held the first international rugby match back in 1878.
Dine on traditional Irish grub at one of the many welcoming gastro pubs located in and around Ballsbridge village.
This traditional Irish dish of mashed potatoes mixed with cabbage or kale is a St Patrick's Day favourite.
A trip to Dublin wouldn't be complete without a visit to this riverside area featuring countless bars and pubs.
This popular weekend-only nightclub plays a wide range of music, making it the perfect place to end the night.
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