Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

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Temple Bar

Dublin 2, Ireland

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  • 1 mention in Is Dublin a good home base for day trips around Ireland?

    • Nick C.

      Nick C. said, "...this by taxi or bus tour. Although quite popular with visitors to Ireland, if I were you I'd stay away from Temple Bar which is known for all it's pubs. It's over priced and crowded and not worth it, you can get..." See More

  • 1 mention in Weather and accommodations in Ireland during Christmas?

    • Ted D.

      Ted D. said, "...had fabulous accommodations when I stayed in Dublin, although it is North of the Liffey and a little walk to # Temple Bar. The tour buses do start right near there and have a good 24 hr get on/get off pass..." See More

  • 1 mention in Honeymoon in Ireland

    • Paulo C.

      Paulo C. said, "...a potato (that's a traditional local dish, you know?)...forget Fish & Chips! 7. You do not...I repeat you do not miss Temple Bar. And, for a honneymoon... ...as dublinners say: Be a Wild, Wild Rover!..." See More

  • 1 mention in 5 Days in ireland in March

    • Julia M.

      Julia M. said, "...Galway Fun city and lots to see around the area (cliffs of Moher). In Dublin definitely spend some time walking around Temple Bar and check out the Guinness Brewery St James Gate...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best way to visit the country

    • Robson C.

      Robson C. said, "...to enjoy the city and visit the main sites such as: Dublin Castle, Trinity College, Dublinia, St.Stephen's Green, Howth, Botanic Gardens, Temple Bar& Phoenix Park. A nice day trip from Dublin is to Powerscourt Gardens & Wicklow Mountains. ( easy to..." See More

  • 1 mention in Car rental in Dublin

    • Mary Margaret H.

      Mary Margaret H. said, "...sure you could get something booked for a day trip or over nite , B& B's are great ! In Dublin Temple Bar is an area with great restaurants/ pubs, wine bars. Nice shopping that side of the Liffey as well...." See More

  • 1 mention in Things to do in Dublin (when you're alive;)

    • Marc M.

      Marc M. said, "...I LOVE Dublin!!! Definitely hit the Temple Bar! awesome place to hear Irish music. the musicians are amazing. you'll hear the roots of what became popular American music from Green Day to Dylan. Some of the places get packed and are..." See More