Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland

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Dublin, 8 Ireland

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  • 2 mentions in Is Dublin a nice place to live for a foreign student?

    • Darren M.

      Darren M. said, "...during the better months, then Dublin's parks are a great place to while away the hours - Merrion Square Park and Phoenix Park amongst the best. I hope that you choose Dublin as I don't think that you will be disappointed. As..." See More

    • Gabriella M.

      Gabriella M. said, "...also a lot of nice parks, like St Anne's Park & Rose Gardens , Merrion Square Park , Iveagh Gardens and Phoenix Park. If you have time it may be a good idea to rent a car and drive around Ireland..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What are great outdoor activities in Dublin during the warmer months?

    • Maria O.

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      Maria O. said, "...beautiful coastal walks like Bray (Ireland) to Greystones or walk Howth Head go swimming or windsurfing off Vico Rd or Sandycove. Phoenix Park is a big park to the north of the city which is great for running or cycling, pony trekking..." See More

    • Felipe S.

      Felipe S. said, "...get some sunny days in June and July, but always with rain for a few minutos over the day. Somehow, the Phoenix Park is the biggest park in Europe and very beautiful. You can go to Howth and Bray (Ireland) by train..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best neighborhoods in Dublin, London, Paris & Madrid to stay using airbnb?

    • Maria O.

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      Maria O. said, "...car drive to Glendalough in the Wicklow mountains or walk the Bray (Ireland) to Cliff Rd. Don't miss St.Stephen's Green and Phoenix Park to catch some sun (it doesn't always rain) and try to take in the three art galleries: National Gallery..." See More

  • 1 mention in Tips for a first time, solo visit to Dublin?

    • Maria O.

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      Maria O. said, "...to get your bearings when you arrive. It's a small compact city with a big park on North and South sides: Phoenix Park and St Stephen's Green both worth a walk through. Trinity College is right in the heart of the city...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best way to visit the country

    • Robson C.

      Robson C. said, "...city and visit the main sites such as: Dublin Castle, Trinity College, Dublinia, St.Stephen's Green, Howth, Botanic Gardens, Temple Bar & Phoenix Park. A nice day trip from Dublin is to Powerscourt Gardens & Wicklow Mountains. ( easy to arrange at..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to do for 3 days in Dublin and 2 days around Ireland?

    • Declan M.

      Declan M. said, "...The Natural History Museum is really interesting, it's a very old museum but has a good collection. The Phoenix Park is the largest city park in Europe with some historical buildings and lovely walks, it also has a herd of dear. In..." See More

  • 1 mention in Three days in Dublin

    • Morgan H.

      Morgan H. said, "...in Dublin itself that I'd recommend spending at least a day or two in the city! If the weather is good, Phoenix Park is only a bus ride away from the city centre and you can easily fill a day here visiting..." See More

  • 1 mention in Runners: what are your favorite routes at home or abroad?

    • Jeramy J.

      Jeramy J. said, "...I love running in a new city and think it's a great way to get to experience it! I've also enjoyed Phoenix Park, Stanley Park, as well as the Doha Corniche, and Parque del Retiro...." See More