Phoenix Park

Phoenix Park, Dublin

Visit Europe’s largest city park. It has a large herd of fal­low deer, and is also home to Ireland’s pres­i­dent and the Dublin Zoo

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Dublin Moun­tains

Dublin Mountains

Whether you are inter­ested in a walk with the fam­ily, a cross county hike or a spin on a moun­tain bike, the trails and forests of the Dublin Moun­tains has some­thing for everyone.

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Dublin Bikes

Dublin Bikes

Dublin bikes is a pub­lic bicy­cle rental scheme which has oper­ated in the city of Dublin since 2009. By 2011 this had expanded to 550 bicy­cles and 44 stations.

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U2 Wall

U2 Wall

This is the Wall where U2 began at Wind­mill Stu­dios. Many fans of the band come to write Graf­fitti on the Wall.

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Dublin Bay Cruises

Dublin Bay Cruises sail between Dun Laoghaire and Howth up to six times a day from March to Octo­ber. A 90 min trip around Dublin Bay, and also helps you to travel through time and to under­stand how and why the mod­ern city of Dublin devel­oped to become the cap­i­tal city of Ireland.

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Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo

Estab­lished in 1830, this is the third-​oldest zoo in the world (after Lon­don and Paris), nes­tled in the midst of the city’s largest play­ground, the Phoenix Park, about 3km (2M) west of the city centre.

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Guin­ness Dublin

Guinness Dublin

St. James Gate Brew­ery has been home to Guin­ness since 1759. The mas­sive seven-​storey build­ing, a for­mer Guin­ness® fer­men­ta­tion plant, has been remod­eled into the shape of a giant pint of Guinness®.

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