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Phoenix Park – Dublin Places to Visit

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About Phoenix Park

  • Phoenix Park

This is Dublin’s playground – the largest urban enclosed park in Europe, with a Circumference of 11km (7m) and a total area of 712 hectares (1,760 acres). Situated 3km (2m) west of the city centre. Ornamental gardens, nature trails, and broad expanses of grassland, separated by avenues of trees, including oak, beech, pine, chestnut, and lime. Livestock graze peacefully on pasturelands, deer roam the forested areas, and horses romp on polo fields.

Phoenix Park Map

Note: Map is an approximate indication ONLY. Please contact Phoenix Park for directions and precise location prior to your visit.

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 Phoenix Park – Dublin Places to Visit

 

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