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Dublin's Petals & Pathways

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Whether you're a visitor or a lifelong resident, there is no better time to explore Dublin's green spaces than during the spring season! Grab your walking shoes and explore Ireland's capitals hidden sanctuaries and famous outdoor havens.

Malahide Castle & Gardens

Located on the outskirts of Dublin, Malahide Castle and Gardens stand as a timeless testament to Ireland's rich history and natural beauty. Feast your eyes on medieval architecture while passing by vibrant blooms, tranquil woodlands, and winding pathways all at once. It is the ideal location to set out on a leisurely stroll as the evenings get that bit more brighter. 

Iveagh Gardens

Tucked away in the city centre, the Iveagh Gardens acts as a hidden oasis from the hustle and bustle that exists in Dublin. Wheather you're seeking fresh air on your lunch break or the perfect Sunday stroll this is the venture for you. Wander through the immaculate lawns, yew maze, and breathtaking flower displays that exist within the urabn landscape. If you're seeking further adventure, check out MoLI which overlooks this hidden gem and showcases another unique side of the city.

National Botanic Gardens

A sanctuary for nature enthusiasts and curious minds alike, these gardens unfold as a living encyclopedia of plant diversity and other natural species. Visitors are invited inside a range of glasshouses which celebrate and showcase tropical and unique wonders which support Dublin's commitment to preserving the planet's botanical heritage. It is a truly immersive experience through nature and hosts picture perfect scenery.

St. Stephen's Green

This iconic public park acts as an inviting backdrop for moments of relaxation and community. It holds a welcoming atmosphere as it is often filled with solo walkers and people enjoying picnics. The serene lake and colourful flowers create a charming enviornment in the spring time. St. Stephen's Green is more than a park; it's a living canvas that reflects the dynamic spirit of Dublin. The Little Museum of Dublin do an excellent job of uncovering the areas unique history. 

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