St. Stephen's Green Park
St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, Ireland
St. Stephen's Green Park Dublin Reviews
Nice bit of city green! Oct 01, 2010
Located near Grafton Street, one of the city’s main shopping areas, this park is a wonderful retreat in the heart of Dublin. I really hate shopping so this was a wonderful relief after walking through the crowds.
The park has a generous amount of grounds and has some wonderful flowers. I really liked the lake towards the back of the park, and the O’Connell bridge which is there is rather noteworthy too. I also liked this little memorial garden which was dedicated to Yeats. The park is also dotted with various statues and fountains. When the weather is good, this park is really nice to spend an hour or two.
A wonderful little visit in Dublin. If you need a little rest while being surrounded by some greenery, pop by here!
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