Wheelchair Hire Dublin
Countless things to see and do in Dublin. From famous Trinity College, the National Gallery and Museum (both free), St.Patrick’s Cathedral, Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery – Dublin has it all. As one of Dublin’s most popular tourist attractions, the Guinness Storehouse has earned this reputation. The factory and tour are definitely well worth to visit as extensive work has been put in to offering a thorough, fun and exciting tour. Apart of it, Discover Dublin famous for its pubs and rightly so. Don’t expect underground jazz joints or chic cocktail bars, though they are starting to appear,instead focus on Dublin’s strength: what I refer to as “old man bars”. Don’t be put off, this doesn’t mean bars full of old men, it simply means they are old style Dublin bars that have refused to change with the times. The best day trip from Dublin is undoubtedly to Glendalough (glen of the two lakes) in County Wicklow. Only an hour’s journey by car, Glendalough has a beauty and serenity found in few other places in Ireland. The ruins of the 8th century monastic settlement only add to the otherworldly peacefulness of this unique valley. There are walking and hiking trails to suit all energy levels, the Spink Loop being a current favourite of mine.
Lightweight wheelchair Hire Dublin
Rent a Wheelchair in Dublin
Travelers looking for a mode of transport that adapt to those have disability needs for getting around easy and convenient especially when you hire a wheelchair in Dublin. Dublin is the best destination for spending time of your love ones and families throughout the season. Overall public transportation is quite easy and among drivers have been trained in the accompanying of disabled people.