Ireland’s top attractions

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If you are a fan of parks, do not miss to visit the best tourist attractions in Ireland, Dublin, and its best features include 3 distinct parks, they are: St. Stephen’s Green, National Botanical Gardens, and Zoo. The current article prepared by the Arab Travelers website enables you to view a number of their most beautiful pictures and the most important information about them, in addition to guiding you to a number of the most important monuments in this distinguished city.

Ireland’s top attractions

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St. Stephen’s Green

  • It was opened in 1880 AD.
  • It has an area of ​​9 hectares.
  • Interspersed with a number of waterfalls, lakes, and fountains.
  • It contains many distinguished sculptures.
  • A large number of roses and trees grow in it.
  • It includes a private space for children’s games.
  • To learn more information about it, click on the following link: (garden).

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Phoenix Park

  • In the 13th century AD an elite hunting park was established.
  • It turned into a royal fishing park in 1660 AD.
  • It has become a public park since 1660 AD.
  • It occupies an area of ​​707 hectares.
  • A large number of stag lives in it.
  • It houses a large lake that is home to many waterfowl.
  • It grows a lot of trees and flowers.
  • It organizes many entertainment activities.
  • Visitors are greeted daily from 7 in the morning to 11 at night.
  • Official Website.

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National Botanical Gardens

  • It occupies an area of ​​19.5 hectares.
  • It was established in the year 1975 AD.
  • More than 20,000 species of plants grow there.
  • Interspersed with a number of distinctive sculptures.
  • It includes a playground for children.
  • It welcomes visitors daily from 10 AM to 5 PM.
  • You can learn more about it by clicking on the following link: (Gardens).

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Dublin Zoo

  • It is Ireland’s largest zoo.
  • It was opened in 1831 AD.
  • It occupies an area of ​​69 acres.
  • It is home to a large number of animal species as well as many bird species.
  • It includes a game city for children.
  • It welcomes visitors daily from 9:30 AM to 5 PM.
  • Official Website.

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Dublin Castle

  • It was built at the beginning of the 13th century AD.
  • It includes distinctive artifacts dating back to the 17th century.
  • Surrounded by a large garden with a number of fountains and sculptures.
  • You start receiving visitors from Monday to Friday from 10 am, while the rest of the week starts receiving visitors at 2 pm; and the end time of the visit time throughout the week ends at 5:30 pm.
  • Official Website.

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Cashel Rock Castle

  • Also known as the Kings Castle.
  • It includes several medieval buildings.
  • Surrounded by vast green areas.
  • It welcomes visitors daily from 9 AM to 5:30 PM.
  • You can learn more information about it by clicking on the following link: (Castle).

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Happiny Bridge

  • Also known as a fibrous bridge.
  • Founded in 1816 AD.
  • It was developed in 2001.
  • It forms a link between O’Connell and St. Cobb.
  • You can learn more about it by clicking on the following link: (Bridge).

Dublin’s best hotels

Brooks Hotel

  • The city center is close to many distinctive sights.
  • Official Website.

The Marker Hotel

  • It is located in the cultural district.
  • Official Website.

Radisson Blu Hotel

  • One of the best 4-star hotels near Deben Palace.
  • Official Website.

The Whitsbury Hotel

  • It occupies a vital location near a number of the city’s most important sights such as Dublin Castle.
  • Official Website.

The Vetsouliam Hotel

  • It is located in the city center.
  • Official Website.

To find out more about the distinguished hotels in Dublin click on the following link: (Hotels).
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