Gaelic Games as teambuilding
If you want to look at Hurling and Gaelic-Fotball not only in the Croke Park (part 1 of the article), but as Teambuilding itself, the experience Gaelic Games is recommended. The organizer offers leading groups up to 1000 people the opportunity to learn the basic principles of Gaelic Fotball or Hurling and, if necessary, to compete against each other in small teams.
As owner Georgina Carraher explains, that works Company with numerous players and coaches, of which some 50 Leut are used simultaneously for group training. Participants can try out different variations, just like a circuit training.
Meetings in the museum
In addition, Experience Gaelic Games has the opportunity to carry out events at various locations outside and inside: the company itself is responsible for the equipment, helmets, balls and rackets and goals. Customers include companies like Google, Renault, Conferce Direkt or GFK.
Another interesting location for meetings is the Little Museum (15 St. Stephens Green). It is Dublin's only city museum, founded by two artists (the founding story here). In a U2 exhibition there is even a trabi, as well as you can rent the room with historical ambience for meetings and events.
Dublin offers not only exciting meeting venues but also the option for interesting activities: for example, a guided bike tour with Dublin City Bike Tours. I had reservations about cycling in the group and sight-seeing at the same time, but I was quickly told a lesson: Brian Griffin and his team show up to a maximum of 30 people in Dublin by bike.
They make targeted use of the small, hardly traveled side streets and have a great deal of exciting stories in store as original Urbis - right up to Facebook's "secret" headquarters. But the company offers even more: Practical folding bicycles are used, which can also be transported by bus to the nearby mountains for groups. From there, the participants return comfortably downhill to the city.
Coast and sailing
Also very nice is a trip to Howth: only 20 minutes away with the local train you can do great, not quite unappealing cliff walks. 18 KM long is the entire route to enjoy the Howth Head with a really great view.
Opposite Howth, south of Dublin, lies Dun Laoghaire, Dublin's old harbor. The big IT companies like Google, Facebook or Twitter are coming here to sail. You can charter yacht trips from Go Sailing. The company, based in Dublin and Sidney, offers yacht charter for groups and has two ships in Dublin for a maximum of 28 passengers.
Sailing like Google
For larger groups, Go Sailing requires a longer lead-time because it has to organize further boats. However, as I have experienced myself, he can react spontaneously to changed group sizes.
The Irish National Sailing School is a few meters further on, where groups can rent small and large boats - a possibility that companies like Google regularly use, for example. Disadvantage: You have to come out for sailing from the rather big harbor.
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