Just Eat is encouraging everyone to take a fresh look at Dublin city by signing up to Just Eat dublinbikes and taking time out to get a taste of the hidden cultural treasures on offer around the city. The city’s sights have been broken into appetisers, mains and sides – helping people to make choices on what to visit by bike depending on how much time they have.

Spring is in the air, it’s time to get on your JustEat dublinbike and savour what Dublin has to offer. Just Eat dublinbikes has put in the preparation and cooked up a map to feed all your fancies. Over 100,000 Just Eat dublinbikes maps will be distributed across the city to encourage sign-ups to the scheme and whet people’s appetite for exploration. We all know cycling is one of the best ways to get around the city and the map has been designed to show locals and visitors alike Dublin’s favourite haunts as well as the city’s hidden treasures and their corresponding Just Eat dublinbikes stations. The map also highlights the locations of hundreds of Just Eat’s partner restaurants, from which cyclists can order on the move for collection or delivery to their chosen destination.

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Whether you want a little taste of Dublin or to spend more time feasting on the sights and sounds of the city, locations are easily categorised by the time they take to visit. Enjoy an appetiser for under 30 minutes or a main for over 30 minutes whilst over 15 ‘sides’ are on offer if you want a quick nibble of what Dublin has to offer. Watch out for the Just Eat dublinbikes maps which will be distributed around the city from this week and includes a 15% off Just Eat code for use on the Just Eat app. The map will also be available here.

Appetisers include the Chester Beatty Library – discover its hidden rooftop garden when the sun comes out. The Garden of Remembrance offers peace, quiet and dedication to those who gave their lives in the cause for Irish freedom. Feel your own freedom to sample The Hungry Tree, it’s slowly consuming more than even we can offer – a bench on the grounds of King’s Inns!

Move on to your choices of Mains and feast on some of Dublin’s best cultural activities for 30 minutes or more. Park your #JustEatdublinbike at The Science Gallery which will feed your senses with interactive experiences for young and old. Kilmainham Gaol is an aged delicacy and one of the most important buildings in Irish history. Still not satisfied? Our menu also includes The Ark, Peacock Theatre, National Print Museum and over 15 Sides for filling up. With over 116 stations conveniently dotted around the city, it’s never been easier to grab a #JustEatdublinbike and dip into the best of Dublin.

While you’re out discovering Dublin’s best-hidden gems, snap that map and you could win a €50 Just Eat Gift Card with the Just Eat dublinbikes!

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When the bike-sized adventure has you ready to find your own feast, you have hundreds of restaurants to choose from. Sign up to Just Eat dublinbikes at www.dublinbikes.ie and savour your city. The first thirty minutes of rental is free. Experience a taste of Dublin City on www.justeat.ie.

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