Dublin

Review date: 18.10.2017 11:44
Dublin city has a history reaching back to the 10th century AD when the Vikings sailed their ships into the bay. The city centre stretches out along the Liffey river and is therefore quite flat, offering many parks for relaxation.

You can visit Dublinia, the Vikings and the medieval town or the Christ Church Cathedral, which is right next...
Karolina Mala
18.10.2017 11:47

Dublin je městem, kde můžete zvolnit a jen tak nasávat příjemnou mladistvou atmosféru a…pivo.  Město není obrovské,...

Landscape

Flat Hilly Single hill
Lake Land area Seaside River

Public transport

Pavement

Barrier-free Broken pavements Smooth pavements Cobblestones

Baby friendly activities

Amusement Park Aquapark Aquarium Botanical gardens Beach Lookout Tower Park ZOO

Atmosphere

Places in Dublin

Trinity College

Barrier-free access YES    Baby care room NO   
Review date: 18.10.2017 11:44

One of the oldest universities in Europe will mesmerise you with its campus and vast and well-tended parks. The campus is definitely worth visiting and you don’t have to worry...

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Phoenix Park

Barrier-free access YES    Baby care room YES   
Review date: 18.10.2017 11:44

The biggest natural well-tided areal in Europe. Don’t think about concrete paths and benches every couple meters (though you may find few), you will be welcomed by long fields...

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St.Stephen's Green

Barrier-free access YES    Baby care room YES   
Review date: 18.10.2017 11:44

One of the biggest and most popular city parks in Dublin, St. Stephen´s Green is located short walk from Trinity College, National Museum of Ireland or the National library....

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