Visiting the famous ‘Temple Bar’ in Dublin.
Temple Bar is world famous, a vibrant community in Dublin City Centre. It is jam-packed with places to visit and things to see and do.
Although Temple Bar reputedly only has a population of 3,000, anyone who visits during peak times will see a hugely inflated visiting population all looking for lively adventure in the capital of the capital. It’s certainly Dublin’s capital of entertainment, including the arts, theatre, music, pubs and bars. Throw is some interesting and unusual build and heritage attractions, along with the central ‘D2′ location and you’ve got a mix which sustains both the daytime and night time economy!
We think it’s best to look for a hostel NEAR Temple Bar (you want SOME sleep, don’t you?) and that’s where we come in. We’re only a few minutes walk away from the action and a great hostel to boot! Plus we serve great coffee in our own cafe the next morning, so you can dance, sing and explore as much as you like and still be revived the next day!
Here’s a few of our favourites:
* Irish Film Institute; arthouse cinema, bar and library
* Olympia Theatre; perfect for shows
* City Hall; take a tour of this Georgian civic building
* The Temple Bar; legendary pub with live music
* Button Factory; live music and clubbing
* The Workman’s Club; an independent venue for artists
* Porterhouse; microbrew bar, serving own drinks
* River Liffey; get a selfie without falling in!
* Buskers; party bar with live music
* Project Arts Centre; visual arts, theatre, dance and chat
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