Temple Bar is often used to symbolize the extraordinary changes which Dublin has undergone in recent years. In the 1980s, ... More
Temple Bar is often used to symbolize the extraordinary changes which Dublin has undergone in recent years. In the 1980s, this district of the city was earmarked as the site for a vast bus station. Galleries and small shops colonized the cheap properties, however, the bus-depot plans were abandoned, and the area now boasts of a warren of bustling shops, cafes, galleries and restaurants. Some of the country's best cultural institutions have found a home in Temple Bar, including the Irish Film Centre and the Gallery of Photography. Two new civic spaces, Temple Bar Square and the striking Meeting House Square have been created and utilized by artist and traders. In short, this district is one of the city's most colorful and vibrant; make a point of seeing it for yourself.
The Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane is located adjacent to the Grand Canal Theater and a short walk from the Dublin
Convention Center. The hotel is landmark building off Sir John Rogerson's Quay. It offers 304 guestrooms, with beautiful appointments ...
Barnacles is about as budget as you can get in the Dublin city center. Even so, this centrally located hostel
stands out. The rooms are simple and all have en suite showers, and despite being small, they are certainly ...
Citywest Hotel is situated on 200 acres of woodland and is approximately 13 miles from Dublin Airport. The center of
Dublin and Temple Bar are approximately five miles away. On site facilities include bar, barber/beauty shop, fitness center, indoor ...
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