The Phoenix Park is one of the most peaceful park that I've ever been to! I was so hungover from the crazy bar hopping the other night, and went to have ramen for my hangover. Then I found out the ramen place is near this park and I decided to check it out simply because they were close to each other😂 But it turned out amazing! It was such a HUGE and beautiful park with such a good maintenance and the animals there were so adorable too. Look at the seagull sitting on the head of statue😂 Doesn't it look so clueless and cute?
Phoenix Park, the largest urban garden park in Europe, has not had much population in Ireland. When you come to this park, you will find that it is the dream park.
leisure weekend with your own pet dog in nature. Scattered steps, wide lawns, some places can't even see the side, covering more than 1,700 acres, big never joking
and here is the capital of Dublin, the capital of Ireland, even the presidential palace is in the park, if you are tired The crowds in the country are coming, and here you will definitely make your body and mind very comfortable
More importantly, you can also enter by car, think about driving in this more than 1,700 miles of nature, this experience, this feeling, properly Successful people
go, follow my shot, let us walk into the natural world of Phoenix Park
Looking through the city map of Dublin, you will find a green area that is too large to be ignored. It's hard to imagine that in a capital city like Dublin, there is such a large urban leisure space green space in Phoenix Park – twice as much as New York's Central Park and five times in London's Hyde Park – all covered by woods and grass. Phoenix Park is Europe's largest urban garden. Although it houses the Irish Presidential Palace and the US Ambassador's residence, the most striking landmark is the huge cross built to commemorate Pope Paul II's visit to Ireland. The white cross of the steel structure is located on a small hill, while walking on the grass in Phoenix Park, it can be clearly seen from far away. The park was once home to the Royal Deer Park more than three hundred years ago, and it is still possible to find traces of deer in pastures and forests. However, it is very different from Nara. The deer here will never attack the tourists for food, but will be closer to the wild, and always keep vigilant against human beings. Trying to get close to them is definitely something that requires patience, respect, and strength.
Located on the north bank of the River Liffey in the northwestern part of Dublin city centre, Phoenix Park is Ireland's famous park. The park was originally built by the then Governor of the Duke of Ormonde, and was intended to cater to the glory of Charles II and the city of Dublin. After centuries of change, it still retains the characteristics of the 17th century deer park.