St. Stephen's Park in Dublin is the largest park in the entire Dublin city. The green area here is very large, with large tracts of flat lawns and peaceful lakes. Whether it is locals or tourists who come to play, they all like to come here for an outing. The fun of the countryside is very interesting.
Home of the William Sheppard designed park opened in 1880 it is also Dublin premier shopping street. Sadly many of the older shops have been replaced with the new well known high street usuals. The old Dandelion Market is home to a large Atrium styled building on the corner of St Stephen Green which is very eye catching. Have a drink in the Westbury Hotel, see the statue of Phil Lynott outside Bruxelles Pub.
A large park with surrounding lakes plus swans fountains and large fragrant flower beds
Good for a stroll