10 Things to Do in Dublin
This year’s edition of the Quest for Quality Conference, hosted by Comtrade Digital Services is scheduled to take place at Croke Park Stadium in Dublin on the 5-6 of November, 2019.
The conference will focus on the relationship between Artificial Intelligence, Quality Assurance and Testing with some of the brightest thought leaders from around the globe in attendance.
This year has an amazing array of speakers including – Jason Jerina, Corporate Vice President of Quality Engineering at New York Life Insurance and Tariq King, Founder and President at Global Quality Leadership Institute. There will also be a number of panel discussions and networking opportunities during the two-day event.
If you’re heading along to Quest for Quality, why not take the opportunity to explore what Dublin has to offer? Here are a few ideas to get you started…
Escape Boats Dublin is perfect for anyone looking for a little adventure. Working together in groups from two to 10 players on the Zorg Ella boat, teams have to solve puzzles and crack codes to escape. Located at Grand Canal Docks, it’s a great activity if you have an hour or two free.
Ireland’s largest sports venue, which happens to also be the venue for the Q4Q2019 conference – Croke Park is a must see for all visitors. However, if you have already been or have no interest in sport, then the Skywalk might be for you. Forty four meters from the ground, the tour gives visitors the chance to see Dublin from a new height and learn about Irish history.
This tour has everything you could want – from quoting literary greats such as Joyce and Yeats, to hitting up some of the city’s best pubs. The Literary Pub Crawl kicks off at 7.30pm on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Thanks to the Vintage Tea Tours, visitors can enjoy tea and delicacies as they listen to 1950s jazz while travelling in a fully restored Routemaster bus. Every dietary need is catered to and the experience takes between 70 to 80 minutes. This is definitely a unique way to spend an afternoon.
Recognised as a cultural venue, the Science Gallery presents science and contemporary art exhibitions, as well as workshops, talks and performances. With free admission and easy access in the city centre, the Science Gallery is a great way to broaden the mind.
If you fancy some time in the great outdoors, the Iveagh Gardens are definitely worth a visit. With a history dating back over 300 years, they are renowned for their beautiful landscape and are perfect for getting away from the hustle and bustle.
Discover the secrets of a chocolate factory as you embark on the Butlers Chocolate Experience. Expert chocolate tour guides will take you through the history of Butlers Chocolate, the interactive museum and a chocolate demonstration. At the end of the tour, visitors decorate their own chocolate figures.
Dublin by Kayak offers visitors the chance to see Dublin from a whole new perspective. Local guides take you on a memorable experience as you kayak on the Liffey. No experience is needed for this adventure as it suits every level of fitness.
Located in Rathmines and Ranelagh, the Stella Cinemas aren’t your average film theatres. Recently restored, the venues offer people the chance to watch the latest films in 1920s style surroundings. A full menu and delicious cocktails are also on offer as you sit back and relax.
An award-winning restaurant, Token is not to be missed. Treat yourself to a nice meal and drinks, before enjoying the vintage arcade with over 40 machines. An evening in Token is a great way to unwind and revisit the good old days!
Whether you’re looking to relax or explore Ireland’s capital, there are plenty of things to see and do while in Dublin for Quest for Quality. And if these suggestions aren’t up your street, check out the Guinness Storehouse, Etto and the Kilmainham Gaol.
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