Very busy part of Dublin City centre, close to grafton street. Lots of ducks and benches to enjoy if the weather is good. Lovely for walking around.
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About St. Stephen's Green
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This is one of the most important outdoor venues in Irish history. Incredibly popular with visitors and Dubliners alike, it is well worth taking the time to stroll through.
I was with a friend and we were looking for the Georgian apartments which we could not find. frustrated we stooped in the park to sit, relax and try to determine which direction to head. We had such a cool and peaceful time on a...More
In the middle of Dublin there lies peace and tranquillity in St Stephens Green. .Leaving behind the hustle and bustle of Grafton st walk through the lovely park ,,there is always a quiet to have a lunchtime snack ,a morning coffee or an afternoon tea....More
Great place to spend a couple of hours feeding the duck, having a picnic and visiting the playground.
Neat park in the middle of town. Several ponds and lots of neat flowers and local birds and trees. Good walking paths and several places to stop and sit.
We had a really nice walk around this park on a wonderfully warm day in Dublin. There was a great atmosphere all around the park as many people were enjoying the hot and sunny day in the city. It is wonderful to be able to...More
This is a nice green space in the city. It's a nice little break from the hustle and bustle and was not busy when I went today (Wednesday morning). It's a fairly easy walk from the city center and near the Irish Whiskey Museum and...More
This location is very close to The Gaiety Theatre, currently running the wonderful Irish musical "Riverdance," and Grafton St., the fashionable shopping and dining area of Dublin. We stayed at the Hibernian Club, which is private but which has reciprocity with many clubs in the...More