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Dublin : parcs et nature

Meilleurs parcs

Parc
“Stephen's Green Shopping Centre is a large indoor shopping centre located at the top of Grafton Street on the Southside of Dublin. It is named after St. Stephen's Green, a major city park situated across the road from its main entrance.”
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Parc
“This is a super park just off Harcourt Street - much quieter than St.Stephens Green! There’s concerts and events like ‘Taste of Dublin’ that run throughout the Summer months.”
  • Recommandé par 96 habitants
Parc
“The ideal spot for a quiet stroll, this park also boasts a popular Sunday market for local Irish produce”
  • Recommandé par 38 habitants
Parc
“Hosts a range of concerts throughout the summer - you can get there by bus or Dublin Bike.”
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Parc
“Lovely walks, playgrounds, wide open spaces; close to the sea and Bull Island (nature reserve). Excellent history of the park and there are rose gardens and stables cafes for a rest.”
  • Recommandé par 31 habitants
Monument / Point de repère
“Explore Europe's largest walled urban park. There are three Cafes, Wild Deer, a Victorian Walled Garden, the Irish President's House, Dublin Zoo and acres of open space. You can explore on foot or you can Rent a Bike from Phoenix Park Cycles. ”
  • Recommandé par 19 habitants
Jardin
“These gardens are one of the most famous memorial gardens in Europe. They are dedicated to the memory of 49,400 Irish soldiers who died in the 1914 – 1918 war. The names of all the soldiers are contained in the beautifully illustrated Harry Clarke manuscripts in the granite bookrooms in the gardens. These gardens are not only a place of remembrance but are also of great architectural interest and beauty. They are one of four gardens in this country designed by the famous architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944). The others being Heywood Gardens (see p.63), Lambay Island and those in Howth Castle. Sunken rose gardens, herbaceous borders and extensive tree planting make for an enjoyable visit to the gardens in any season.”
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Parc
“A park that has everything, 2 x playgrounds, Tennis Courts, Duck Pond, Cafe, Bowling Green and plenty of space.”
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Aires de jeux

Museum
“Tired of Seeing Your Child Hooked On To A Phone? Bring Them Out For A Real Life Experience. Engage Them In Interesting & Fun Science & Sports Activities. Worth calling ahead, sometimes they are fully booked”
  • Recommandé par 14 habitants
Parc
“Nice local park, you can grab a coffee and let the kids off in the playground”
  • Recommandé par 11 habitants
Playground
“A memorable mountain experience, I love this place for its panoramic view of mountains, islands, sea and city. Park on the Vico Road and descend the steps over the railway line to the microclimate of White Rock Beach, Killiney Hill rises steeply behind cutting off the wind. Go back up and across the Vico Road into the oak and pine towards the hilltop to the Obelisk. Drop into the coffee shop at the Victoria Gate entrance on Killiney Hill Road.”
  • Recommandé par 7 habitants
Playground
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Playground
“More of a local park for joggers and dog walkers, a more scenic way to go to a large supermarket called Tesco. ACabinteely park has better nature :)”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Parc
“Noshington is a café in the heart of Dublin 8 that serves food and coffee. On both South Circular Road and inside Harolds Cross Park.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Playground
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Playground
“Mountjoy Square (Irish: Cearnóg Mhuinseo) is a Georgian garden square in Dublin, Ireland, on the north side of the city just under a kilometre from the River Liffey. One of five Georgian squares in Dublin, it was planned and developed in the late 18th century by the Luke Gardiner, 1st Viscount Mountjoy. It was surrounded on all sides by terraced, red-brick Georgian houses. Construction began in the early 1790s and the work was completed in 1818.[1] Over the centuries, the square has been home to many of Dublin's most prominent people: lawyers, churchmen, politicians, writers and visual artists. The writer James Joyce lived around the square during some of his formative years, playwright ”
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Plages

Beach
“This beach is very flat. You have to walk and walk and walk and walk some more to get the water until your ... knees! Very safe if you don't know how to swim or you want to go with small kids.”
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Beach
“Stunning Dollymount Strand a must for those who like a nice walk! Get rid of the cob webs on this gorgeous beach. Delightful Coffee shop with lovely sandwiches. ”
  • Recommandé par 7 habitants
Beach
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Beach
“Glasthule village has 2 award winning wine stores; Mitchell & Sons and 64 wine where you can also enjoy coffees and a light lunch. Also a selection good Restaurants here just a stroll away...”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Beach
“great beach in an amazing part of Dublin and you could pop into Bono in his local village.”
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Sentiers

Trail
“Hike up to Enniskerry or Glencullen for lunch and catch the 44 bus back home. Check out www.wicklowway.com”
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