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What do people do for fun in Ireland?



The island known for its lush green countrysides, also known as The Emerald Isle, has a long and intricate history that has shaped its people for generations. Nowadays most of the population can be found in the capital city of Dublin. So, on a day to day basis, what do people do for fun in? On the whole, the Irish enjoy getting out and about on the town and not staying cooped up in the house all day. Here are just some of the activities that can be enjoyed:

On slow Sunday afternoons with little to no bus service or hectic days that have kept them preoccupied all-day the Irish always find a way to walk out of the house. Families can be seen taking simple walks around the neighborhood to stay active and keep small children entertained. While others take these small walks as a chance to squeeze in a run or jog. Whatever the reason may be taking a leisurely stroll around the block, with no particular place to go, can be a daily experience for the Irish.

Of course, the stereotype of a drunk Irishman has had to come from somewhere. Known for crafting some of the world's best whiskey and beer the Irish do love the odd drink. Whether it's a pint or two between coworkers after work or a whole night's worth of drinking pubs are always jam-packed any day of the week in Ireland. Bar hopping is also a common trend for groups during the weekend, and staying in one location for too long can make it harder for those who wish to also partake in a little gambling.

With the fast-paced life of the Irish who live in Dublin, whose job lives have started to take over entirely, no one has the chance to sit down for long periods of time. As a perfectly legal and legitimate activity in Ireland, online gambling has captured the attention of the Irish, with no chance of letting go in the near future. Whether the payers are betting on the outcomes of football matches or raising bets in their poker matches, the ability to do everything online has only increased the popularity. Rising in popularity since the early 2000s, online gambling has created another outlet for those wishing to test their chances with lady luck. Interested in online gambling in Ireland and looking for a list of casinos? You can find the list here.

Some Irish look forward to the chance of escaping the city streets of Dublin and exploring more of what Ireland has to offer. The countryside offers the chance to slow down for a moment and catch one's beath. One popular activity that the Irish will insist you try at least once is the nature walk from Bray to Greystones. This 5km walk offers amazing landscapes and views for those who go, as the path follows the eastern coastline of the country. And not to worry, there is a train in both Bray and Greystones that will take you back to Dublin at the end of the day.

Staying in one place for too long has never been the fancy of the Irish. So whether it's a long night of drinking, with the chances of online fortunes, or a breathtaking nature walk the Irish do know how to have a good craic (Irish slang for a good time)!










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