St Stephens Green

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St Stephens Green
4.5
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Beautiful urban park immortalized in James Joyce's "Ulysses."
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The area
Address
Neighbourhood: South City Centre
How to get there
  • St. Stephen's Green • 3 min walk
  • Harcourt • 7 min walk
Popular mentions

4.5
16,725 reviews
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10,337
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992
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65
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porter_osborne
Waco, TX749 contributions
May 2022
We enjoyed a nice stroll through the peaceful park. Enjoyed the statues, birds, and plant life. Good place to relax amid the bustle of the city dynamics.
Written 25 May 2022
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Christopher C
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates34 contributions
May 2022
Fantastic spot for a Sunday morning walk with lots of nice cafes around for breakfast or just coffee
Written 24 May 2022
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JET1955
Bournemouth, UK15 contributions
May 2022
Right in the centre of Dublin, this is just such a beautiful space. Spend some time here to relax and enjoy your visit.
Written 24 May 2022
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RoadWarrier99999
Isle of Palms, SC487 contributions
May 2022 • Couples
A beautiful park offering a nice respite from the bustle of Dublin. We passed through on our walk along Leopold Bloom's route and just after seeing Oscar Wilde's house. Well worth a visit and some time relaxing on a shaded bench.
Written 22 May 2022
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Ilolahti
Helsinki, Finland389 contributions
May 2022
A beautiful park as told here many times. But it also has very many interesting statues and monuments as has the nearby Iveagh Gardens. St Stephen's Green was one of the places where 1916 Easter Rising took place. There are several storyboards telling about the events in the park and about the rising.
Written 22 May 2022
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Patricia J
Marsascala, Malta354 contributions
May 2022
Lovely space, ideal to walk around Lots of different trees, a small lake. with swans and ducks. Several paths. and seats to sit on and just relax. The lawns are a beautiful green.
Written 20 May 2022
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gourmetflaneur
York, UK1,063 contributions
May 2022
Would it could invoke times past and literature references. As a green space it is lovely but it lacks the literary resonance.
Written 19 May 2022
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pip42h
London, UK9 contributions
May 2022
Truly beautiful. Lovely place to relax. Interesting sculptures including a bust of Joyce. Pleasant paths, lakes, trees.
Written 17 May 2022
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Jenny W
Chatham, MA146 contributions
May 2022
This park makes me so happy. One of my favourite places in Dublin. So green, beautiful trees and ponds, beautiful flowers.
Written 16 May 2022
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Mathilde-lmn
1 contribution
May 2022
My husband and I are a travelling couple and we were in Dublin on this holiday. We booked a guide from the agency "Travel Plans” for our 3 days and 2 nights stay months before our arrival. Our tour guide, Shannen, was polite, considerate, kind, and smiling. She brought us a lot of happiness during our stay. We stayed in the Jacob Inn in Dublin, which is more expensive than the Riven Bend in Connemara where for two nights we would have paid 170 euros, here we paid 113 euros for one night. During the day we hesitated between going to St Stephen's Green or Connemara National Park. We chose the beautiful St Stephen's Green park in the heart of Dublin city where we went for a romantic walk. In the evening we ate in the vintage kitcher, this is a restaurant that Shannen recommended to us and we paid only 23 euros per person. We stayed again in our charming hotel "jacob inn" and the next day we visited the little museum of dublin and had a snack at chapter one which is a 2021 star restaurant. We would like to thank Shannen and her agency again for making our stay so enjoyable . Thanks to her, we managed to get around the city by bus without any problems and for only 2 euros per person.

We loved this little stay, Dublin is not the lest expensive city but my husband and I highly recommend Dublin and not any other city in Ireland because you will not have time to be bored, it is a busy and relaxed world and it is the capital of Ireland. You can relax as well as visit, it's a multi-faceted city! We saw things we don't see in France, we discovered a new culture, a new language. My husband and I came back with a lot of memories. It is the most interesting city I have ever seen. Go there, it's great!
Written 13 May 2022
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