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#1 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
St Stephens Green Dublin is an oasis in the city a little peace and quiet after the hustle and bustle of Grafton Street just pop in to the Green and enjoy the beautiful park Relaxing and revitalizing.
The locals and visitors to Dublin both can and do enjoy this peaceful beautiful park with fountains, ponds, trees, flowers, little bridges, etc. Oh, it is great to think back on my lovely visits to this park.
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#3 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Be one with nature as you sit and absorb the fantastic surroundings, there is a lovely sensory garden, a meadow, a pond, a rose garden, a lovely orchard and beautiful walks.
There is a bike park for free, then enjoy every kind of plants including begonvilles, huge palm trees, tropical plant rools, olive trees, simply everything!
#4 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
If you like the nature, need to go Dublin mountains, are awesome, a lot of things to do, a lot of walking and trekking spots, try to get your best clothes, because the weather are so could, a lot of rain
Thanks to the reviews we hired a car from Dublin city and drove and parked at the Ticknock forest mountain bike hire car park on Ticknock Road.
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#5 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Amazing park the heart of Dublin and Dublin Zoo Fab for a walk around with small kids, on your own etc, Visiters center has a lovely playground for the little ones and a coffee shop for the grown ups :)
Phoenix Park offers the opportunity to easily escape the hustle and bustle of the city, to indulge whichever outdoor pursuits that interest, from cycling, rambling, model aircraft flying,to visiting the Dublin Zoo...
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#6 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
This large park expanse to the north of Dublin, has everything a park walker could ever want, nooks and crannies, woods, rose gardens, ponds, model racing track, playgrounds, lovely walks, great for fitness, the l...
Such an amazing Park and so well kept Park runs every Saturday morning and the fantastic market Dog Park too in a closed section Fabulous cafe for a sit down and cake Brilliant tree sculpture
#7 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
On a sunny day, a stroll through Phoenix Park is the best feeling ever We decided to go visit Farmleigh House and the farmers market The Farmers Market on the grounds of the house was fabulous, freshly produced fo...
We went for a coffee and cakes in the beautiful Boathouse Café after the tour, and everything was delicious and very good value, and we finished with a lovely walk around the gardens and the park itself, even mana...
#8 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Just a brilliant day out, the weather was perfect and the zoo is a big park with animals ,a really beautiful setting, with a lovely restaurant......excellent.
I thought Dublin Zoo was a really fantastic zoo located in the beautiful Phoenix Park, easy to get around and very spacious enclosures for their animals, and a wide variety of species.
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#9 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Whether strolling by the Liffey , feeding the ducks or watching the rowers, picnicking on the grassy banks or visiting the Lutyens designed rose gardens and war memorial, this park is a haven of calmness and tranq...
There are many fine parks in Dublin (Stephen's Green, Merrion Square, Iveagh Gardens, Herbert Park, St Anne's Park) but this is such an oasis of peace and calm (at least on a beautiful weekday morning) and very ea...
#10 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
The St Patrick Park is a great place that you can relax in the Middle of the city, there you can sit in the grass and relax looking to the fantastic view of the St Patrick's Cathedral.
With a backdrop of the magnificent St Patrick's Cathedral, this lovely park is a bucolic and tranquil sylvan space.
#11 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
This is a wonderful memorial park in Dublin to those who died in the struggle for Irish independence.
Quiet and peaceful park near the centre of Dublin city.
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#12 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Filled with trees, roses, flowers, walkways, statues and a fountain, Iveagh Gardens is nature at it's finest - the perfect secret garden.
There's an elaborate water-fall like fountain (when on), as well as a curious statue of a famous opera singer with his mouth agape, but above all, its a serenely gorgeous park in the middle of Dublin.
#13 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
There is a map in the car park showing the route options, distances and estimated time needed.
... driven around the paths and roads of the hill of Howth, never disappointed, everyone I bring loves it, it is just a spectacular place, very much at one with nature, yet not too far from the real world either.
#15 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Once you have found the car park, the climb is easy, good trail paths guide you to the summit.
If you fancy a longer walk park at the GAA club and walk around the side of the mountain before the ascent.
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#16 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
From the Guinness to the statues along the dockland to its many bridges to its use in songs...its permanence is in contrast to the evolving nature of Dublin.
For me, the nicest parts of the River Liffey are around the docklands and the War Memorial Park up near the Phoenix Park.
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#17 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
It is a wonderful Park with something for everyone:- Sports fields, Nature Walks, Arboretum, Children's Playground, Children's Farm Animals Zoo, Fishing Lakes, Coffee dock, Duck Pond, Open Spaces, Caravan Park ( C...
Corkagh Park is a great place for young children, they have a fairy wood, fishing lake, pet farm, lovely big playground and the big hills that always have children rolling down them!
#18 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
A spectacular beach and nature reserve only about three miles to the north east of Dublin's city centre, I have been here so many times over the years.
This is a must visit place for anyone visiting Dublin.Dart to Raheny and a very plesent walk down by St Anne's park and then onto causeway road on to beach.
#19 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Super walk along strand connecting to Ringend park, walk on beach when tide is out.
#20 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Went and saw Bruno Mars here in July 2018 and it was brilliant..! We parked about 15mins away from the park and got a taxi into it.
you can also drive into the park and park your car right opposite this particular play ground.
#21 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Awesome park to sit down and relax in silence, love it!
This is a nice little park with the castle and library as backdrops.
#22 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Lovely safe park with pond., tenis, football fields, great playground for kids and cherry blossoms.
We had great time walking around the park and the trees were very nice.
#24 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Big and spacy, woodland and ponds, riverside walks, waterfall, great for walks and sport activities, including skate park.
Love this place bring my dog all the time the park is big with a forest area lots of wildlife and lakes.
#25 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Of the two parks Iveagh Gardens is the more impressive but the Blessington Street Park has much more wildlife and in my opinion it is much more interesting for children especially as there is an extensive playground.
The majority of the park is taken up with the water basin.
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#27 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
#28 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Tymon Park has everything - lakes and wildlife, long walks along extensive pathways, playgrounds for the children, woods for the older kids, playing fields for local sports clubs.
Brillant park for nice peaceful walks with superb scenery.forestry
#29 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
#30 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
My dog loves this park and so do I! Great to just chill in during the summer as well.
The walk ways are beautiful and the river dodder runs along side the park.