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IrelandDublin named as one of the world's greenest and healthiest cities

01:55  13 january  2019
01:55  13 january  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Dublin has been named the third best city in the world to visit next year by the travel guide, Lonely Planet. The city is described as a location that "No longer a dirty auld town, Dublin has a healthy hue, with people embracing its inner green spaces and exploring the wild outdoor arenas along the

Dublin is the capital of, and largest city in, Ireland. It is on the east coast of Ireland, in the province of Leinster, at the mouth of the River Liffey, and is bordered on the south by the low mountains.

Dublin named as one of the world's greenest and healthiest cities © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited 15/10/'18 A couple walks amongst Autumn colours pictured this week in Dublin's Phoenix Park....Picture Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin. Dublin has been rated one of the greenest cities on the planet thanks to the acres of parks in the centre of the capital.

A new study ranks the Irish city at number six in the ratings of the world’s cities with the best parks.

The Phoenix Park – which is twice the size of New York’s Central Park – is the biggest enclosed park in any European capital.

Dublin also boasts St Anne’s Park which was once owned by the Guinness family along with St Stephen’s Green in the heart of the city.

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Selections from all parts of the world also include keyboards, brass, woodwind, stringed, percussion, mechanical and electronic instruments. Other highlights are rare pieces from the violin and viola families, reed organs and instruments from the Orient and Tibet.

Dublin has been rated one of the worst cities in the world to emigrate to due to the lack of affordable housing and high cost of living. Further analysis of the housing sub-section revealed that almost nine in ten expats in Dublin found local accommodation unaffordable — more than twice the global average.

Paris came at the top of the table with 139 parks, while San Francisco was in second place with 53 outdoor spaces.

The study by TravelSupermarket placed the capital ahead of New York and Los Angeles in the table which ranked each city by the provision of outdoor spaces for its visitors.

Dublin named as one of the world's greenest and healthiest cities © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited TravelSupermarket spokeswoman Emma Coulthurst said: “When it comes to parks Dublin comes in at sixth place in the world with its 30 different places including the 22-acre St Stephen’s Green to explore and run around.

“There are great places for locals as well as fitness-mad holidaymakers to keep on top of their exercise.

“This means destinations will have to consider the needs and cater for the lifestyles of health conscious travellers.”

Barcelona came in the top spot with 1,368 vegan option restaurants and Ireland was ranked in ninth place with 528 restaurants with options of plant-based dishes.

Overall, the study ranked Dublin as the 22nd healthiest city in the world.

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