Blessington Street Basin
Also known as Dublin's Secret Garden, this is a nice spot to stroll through, bird watch, or just relax. I go here daily with my dog. There is also an outdoor gym in the Canal Bank Walk part of the park.
One of Dublin's best kept secrets. Known locally as 'The Basin', this reservoir doubles up as a park. Excellent spot to sit on a bench and unwind in an oasis of calm.
Famous Local Dublin City Park with a Ducks Pond You are Welcome to bring Bread to Feed the Ducks They will be waiting for you to feed them every day or bring a book to read plenty of seating in the park
“Dubliners love brunch. Millennials love brunch. Two Boys Brew does excellent brunch. Need I say more. This is an up-and-coming area of Dublin, full of locals, but also full of fixies and coffee lovers. Worth a wander up the street for.”
“Old School Dublin Theatre that has recently been taken over by a female director. She has had a stunning range of shows since she started. The Great Gatsby was an immersive show with audiences being part of it. If you are a theatre buff try catch their latest production. ”
“Really great little spot for breakfast or just a hot chocolate on your way home from town.”
“One of the finest examples of an 18th Century Georgian Street in Dublin, Just a short stroll away. The James Joyce centre is also on this street, at number 35. 7 to 10 minutes walk away.”
“The spire is the central point of the city. Around there is O'Connell Street, Talbot street and other streets where you will find hundreds of shops, bars, mall shops, tourist information points, restaurants and cinemas. ”