This Victorian era public park is most peaceful place to stroll around the well-manicured gardens at ease, only stopping to take photos of James Joyces’ bust or the Famine Memorial and to feed the ducks that call this beautiful park their home.Credit: ©Tourism Ireland Just around the corner from St Stephen’s Green is the Iveagh Gardens, complete with a stunning waterfall, a maze and numerous fountains and grottos.
Opened in 1865, what makes this park so special is the fusion of French Formal and English landscape garden design and the fact that it’s always quiet and serene it thanks to its secluded location within the city centre.
This park plays host to many concerts and festivals throughout the summer including the annual Taste of Dublin food festival which next year will be held from June 16th until the 19th.
Fear not, Dublin city centre is so compact that it's possible to see all the main sights and get in a few sneaky pints in less than 24 hours.
Here's our quick guide to spending a morning, afternoon and evening in Dublin's fair city.
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They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so if arriving in Dublin off an early morning flight, head straight for The Pepper Pot Cafe in the beautiful Powerscourt Townhouse, situated smack bang in the centre of Dublin.