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Dublin

As one of Europe’s most walkable cities, beginning right from Phoenix Park to the River Liffey, Dublin offers visitors an exciting walk from the north to the south. As you walk through the interesting city. You can find your way to the medieval streets of Temple Bar after crossing the famous Ha’Penny Bridge. Do not forget to pause for a pint at any of the city’s exotic bars before heading to the Trinity College campus.

If you love shopping do not hesitate to pass along Grafton Street before heading to the peaceful St. Stephen’s Green. Literary friends are always welcome at the James Joyce Center and the Writers Museum. The Old Jameson Distillery and the Guinness Storehouse are excellent refreshing spots for visitors that enjoy every bit and drop of the good stuff.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Built in the 13th century, St. Patrick’s Cathedral remains one of the oldest buildings that still stands today from the medieval city of Dublin. As the largest cathedral in the whole of the country of Ireland, St. Patrick’s has now become the National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin

St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin

Visit Temple Bar

The neighborhood Temple Bar is famous and widely known as the party hub of Dublin. Numerous performance art venues and independent galleries light up the city with glamorous artistic vision during the day. While at night folks who are seeking to get their heels clicking to spirited Irish music and those who are also looking to get a pint of Guinness are welcomed by dozens of reassuring restaurants in the area.

Temple Bar, Dublin

Temple Bar, Dublin

Temple Bar is believed by many visitors to be more of an entrap for tourism than a real representation of the city’s pub culture. However, Temple Bar is a sight to behold while visiting Dublin. So why not order a pint, pull up a chair and sit back to enjoy the music.

Find a hotel in Temple Bar

Nestled in the heart of the City of Dublin is one of the most popular destinations for meetings, conferences, seasonal breaks and shopping trips – Temple Bar Hotel, Fleet Street. The hotel is located between concert venues and notable theaters such as Abbey Theater, the 3Arena and Olympia Theater. The hotel is also very close to major sporting venues including the Aviva Stadium and Croke Park.

As an approved AA 2-star lodging property, Temple Bar Hotel is a 132 bedroom hotel that offers full entertainment facilities such as Alchemy Club and Venue and the popular Buskers bar. It also offers guests the opportunity to visit Dublin’s core. As an energetic and vibrant region of Dublin city center, there is no other Hotel in Temple Bar other than Temple Bar Hotel that can allow you to enjoy the city’s entertainment and cultural excitement it has got to offer.