St. Stephen's Green

Katie Baldwin
Article By: Katie Baldwin
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To kick off your weekend in Dublin, the best place to start is St. Stephen's Green in the heart of the city center. Easily accessible by bus or Luas tram line, the Green is a great landmark from which you can begin your exploring. If you're lucky enough to have good weather, you can stroll this historic park and its lovely gardens with your morning coffee and pastry. Walking through the Green, you can read various plaques about its connection with the Guinness family and its involvement during the 1916 Easter Rising - including the ceasefire so the groundsman could feed the park's ducks! From Stephen's Green, you can then meander down Grafton Street, Dublin's main pedestrian thoroughfare. Off Grafton street, you'll find all manner of shops, pubs, cafes, and restaurants you may wish to return to during your trip. At the bottom of Grafton Street is your next stop, Trinity College. Photo by Molly Blackbird on Unsplash and Picography on Pixabay
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