There is something lovely about a public park in the heart of a city. The minute you enter through the Fusiliers Arch, you really are brought in to such a little paradise. St Stephen’s Green can be accessed from a few points but the main entrance would be through the Fusiliers Arch which is at the top of Grafton Street.
I love to walk around St. Stephen’s Green in the summer with an ice cream or a takeaway coffee and it is so peaceful – you can wander aimlessly while watching the world go by. The paths are lined with trees and as the seasons change, it is so beautiful to see the park change from one month to the next. St. Stephen’s Green is a Victorian park so it has a lot of trees and shrubbery along with sculptures, a waterfall and of course the swans!
Yoga is often held in St. Stephen’s Green during the summer months so it definitely has something for everyone and in the colder months, it is a lovely area to wander around with some hot chocolate in hand!