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Staying fit while abroad is a great way to remain healthy so you can make the most of your time in Dublin! Dublin is a very active city with many sports facilities, classes, and trails for cycling and hiking. Check out some of our tips and recommendations for keeping up your exercise routine below. 



DBS Clubs & Societies

There are a plethora of sports club options at DBS and, if there's something missing, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to set it up!


Dance ‘til your heart’s content!


Search for groups who play the sport you love in the local area


The Elbowroom or The Yoga Hub are both close by for yoga classes and workshops


On-site gym at The Binary Hub

Free, on-site gym open from 6am to 12 midnight – you’ve no excuse!

FLYEfit gyms

Low-cost, 24 hour gym at multiple locations around the city. Prices from €29

IWA Sport Accessible gym

Enjoy a fitness workout in a fully accessible and inclusive environment.


Gyms with Swimming pools

St James Gate – closest to Binary Hub 

Iveagh Fitness


Awesome Walls

A number of options for first timers, improvers or groups

Gravity Climbing

More focus on bouldering

Dublin Climbing centre

Just a short trip on the close by Luas to this centre


Run Ireland

Useful for information on running events around the country 

Map my Run

Running routes around Dublin


Walking trails in Dublin

There are many places to go walking inside the city of Dublin. There is also a lot of great walking and hiking outside the center.

Eamonn Ceannt Park

This South Centrally located park has free basketball courts, tennis courts, playing fields, an athletic track, and a cycling velodrome 

Cycling in The Phoenix Park

Rent a bike and enjoy a day in the park

Swimming pool

€8 pay as you go, or available with gym membership, at nearby Herberton Leisure


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