The Temple Bar District
Temple bar is located on the Southbank of the River Liffey. A bohemian quarter, it's one of the oldest areas in Dublin. Over the years it has maintained its medieval street exterior with narrow cobbled streets. It is famed as being the cultural quarter of Dublin with a number of cultural organisations, artists and creative professionals based in the area. You can catch gigs, shows and exhibitions as well as explore the many markets. It is well known for its lively nightlife and attracts a number of tourists with its large variety of bars, clubs and restaurants.
Discover Dublin's iconic and unmissable historic pubs during your visit. Here's a tailored list of Dublin's finest pubs, just for you
-The Brazen Head Learn More!
- The Temple Bar Learn More!
-The Palace Bar Learn More!
-The Stag's Head Learn More!
-Darkey Kelly’s Pub
Epic - The Irish Emigration Museum
You won’t find leprechauns or pots of gold there, but you will discover that what it means to be Irish expands far beyond the borders of Ireland through the stories of Irish emigrants who became scientists, politicians, poets, artists and even outlaws all over the worldRead More
Located in the heart of Dublin City, a walk through the cobbled stones of Trinity College Dublin will bring visitors back to the 18th century, when the magnificent Old Library building was constructed.Read More
The Phoenix Park is home to a herd of approximately 600 fallow deer and it is a real treat and thrill to see these beautiful creatures in the park. It is also the site of the Phoenix Park Nature Trail, which takes around 1 hour to complete.Read More
St. Patricks Cathedral
Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, founded in 1191, is the national cathedral of the Church of Ireland and one of the few buildings left from the medieval city of Dublin.Read More
Travelling to a football match, rugby game or concert in Aviva Stadium this year? Avoid the hassle and stay overnight at Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport – just off the M1 & M50 Motorways!Read More
Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over a hundred years. Boasting a capacity for 82,300 people, the stadium is the home of Gaelic Games and the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). It’s also a prime venue for concerts and events.Read More