Stephens Green Park – grab a coffee and take a stroll around this beautiful park in dublin which is very central in the city, you can hit the shops after as the main gates open on grafton street and the stephens green shopping centre – perfect for shopping in dublin city!
Phoenix Park – home to the President of Ireland, Dublin Zoo, 1,750 acres of recreational space and an abundance of wildlife. at the phoenix park in dublin you can easily spend a day out and there is so much to do, we recommend hiring a bike for the day and you will cover so much ground (check our blog). or do you prefer to travel by foot? a walk around this dublin park is one of the nicest walks in dublin.
Croke Park Skyline Tour – if you want a great view of Dublin from a high vantage point then you must try a walk around the Croke Park Skyline (if you aren’t afraid of heights that is). find out more here
Poolbeg lighthouse is a nice spot for a coffee and a stroll, the views of the boats and habour area is fantastic and if you go at sunset it is a truly spectacular sight. don’t miss this seaside walk in dublin!
Sandymount strand is a 40 minute walk from the hotel, roughly 30 minutes by bus or less than 10 minutes by taxi, the strand is popular with locals for walks but be careful of strong incoming tides while you are there!
how does a guided walk with multiple pit stops for food sound? for something a little different why not try ‘walking food tours’ – what makes this unique is that while you get a guided tour you can choose exactly what you want from various stalls so it is entirely up to you. rest assured you will be brought to the best food stalls with a local guide and can avoid the tourist traps. check them out: https://walkingfoodtours.ie/
make sure you visit these dublin parks and explore the beautiful walks in dublin on your next visit. check out our gibson guide for more routes