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Spending your summer in Dublin? Then, pal, this article is dedicated to you and anyone else who is interested in the best places to hit in Dublin this summer! Yas!

Summer is a wonderful season for travelling and exploring new things around. Your toes are not freezing as in winter and you are not getting wet like in either fall or spring days. Therefore, stop looking for a reason to stay home and watch your favourite TV series!

As an international, either you study, work, or have an internship in Ireland, you need to understand that one of the best things of being abroad is to have a chance to experience a new country or a city. In other words, walk along those unfamiliar streets, visit hidden gems, and get in small local shops full of interesting stuff you can bring home and remember your experience abroad for a very long time!

Here are the best places to visit in Dublin this summer!

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Grafton Street is one of the most famous places in Dublin being recognised because of its wide range of boutiques, stores, and jewelers. You would think, so what is so special about another place, which is so similar to usual shopping center or mall? Well, this street is a perfect place for buskers who love to entertain passing by them shoppers. The street is newer quiet but buzzed  and played along either by classical quartets, singer-songwriters, and other street performances making Grafton Street so special!

Address: Grafton Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

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The main entrance to St. Stephen’s Green is Fusilier’s Arch, which to some extent communicates the greatness of this Dublin gem. If Grafton Street aims to show you a busy life of locals, St. Stephen’s Green is the place where everyone can escape from the buzz and city noise. There are a fountain in the centre of the park and a bridge over a small pond, which make the place very likeable for picnics or just for doing yoga after a long workday. When the weather is especially pleasant these days, this is the place you want to go to with either your new friends or even alone.

Address: End of Grafton Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

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The Phoenix Park is considered to be not only the biggest urban park in Europe but also one of the greatest places to visit in summer. It was created in the 17th century and opened for public in 1745. Since then, locals have started to take advantage of an amazing spot to enjoy sunny weather. The park has a large ornamental lake, picnic area, and even a playground for kids. There are also bedding areas for people coming just to relax. For those who enjoy active time spending, bike rents are also available. Passing along the green trees and park enthusiasts wild deer can be spotted enjoying the park as well.

Address: Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, Ireland

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Garden of Remembrance is a very special place for Ireland as it is dedicated to the memory of brave men who gave their lives for Irish freedom. The garden is fully planted with different trees and gorgeous flowers, which make the place truly beautiful in summer.

Address: Parnell Square E, Rotunda, Dublin 1, Ireland

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Rose Gardens is absolutely gorgeous with its extensive woodlands, which make the place peaceful and perfect for silent picnics with either family or friends.  The park attracts an enormous number of people as it has so much to offer! There are 35 playing pitches and both tennis and golf courts. Through the park, you can see Nenekin River flowing to an ornamental pond and then to the sea.

Address: Mount Prospect Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3, Ireland