Packages in Straffan
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Straffan Vacation Packages
Straffan Vacation Packages
Around 15 miles to the west of Dublin, the country's capital city, you will find Straffan.
You and your family might like to catch an exciting game at Aviva Stadium, where the Ireland national rugby union team and Republic of Ireland national football team play. Relive the match's highlights over a few drinks with friendly locals after the game in one of the nearby watering holes.
Get back in the swing of things and test your skills on unfamiliar greens at Straffan's favorite golf course, the K Club.
If you want to appreciate what the region offers, make sure you visit Straffan Butterfly Farm.
If you go 3 miles away from Straffan, you will arrive at Celbridge. A trip here will allow you to experience Castletown House and Corkagh Park. For those who want more, head to Maynooth, where you can check out the St. Patrick's College and Maynooth Castle, approximately 5 miles from Straffan.
Visitors looking to explore the area should try mountain biking and mountain climbing.
Keen to unwind for a while? You could spend some time cycling, shore fishing or enjoying any of the other relaxing outdoor activities East Coast and Midlands has to offer visitors.
Travelers who look for more in-depth information about a place should consider signing up for a tour. Guided nature walks and city walking tours are the most popular options in the region.
Canoeing and sailing are just a couple of the thrilling watersports activities you can have some fun with here.
Delve into this region's culture by spending some time in the local restaurants.
Start a culinary adventure. Mutton and pork are locally sourced ingredients that are highlighted in many local delights.
Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato) are recognizable dishes you must taste.
Your tastebuds will thank you for sampling one of the area's sweet specialties, sweet seedcake loaf.
For those who enjoy a nice cold beer or two, try a Murphy’s Irish Stout. It's a common choice in East Coast and Midlands.
If you'd like to try a non-alcoholic drink that the locals enjoy, Club Orange (similar to Fanta) should be your choice.
Many adventurers are old hands at goodbyes, but that doesn't make them any less painful. When you have to leave East Coast and Midlands, take in the views and snap those final pictures so you will always remember this impressive corner of the world.
The nearest airport, Dublin Airport, is 17 miles to the northeast of Straffan.
Accommodation in Straffan
Those spending the night in Straffan are recommended to book in advance for accommodation, because currently there are only very limited numbers of Expedia-listed Straffan hotels available.