as Dublin’s Cultural Quarter, Temple Bar is a maze of cobbled streets
nestled in the heart of the city on the south bank of the River Liffey ,
a definite ‘must see’ for everyone.
Take a stroll through its myriad of small quirky shops which sell everything...between second hand clothes to original jewelry, second hand records, books and vintage gifts there is something to suit every taste. You can browse through Meeting House Square or spend your afternoon at The Temple Bar Book Market. Have a delicious bite to eat at The Temple Bar Food Market, or spend an hour or two listening to various street performers...whatever you decide to do, you will enjoy.
Temple Bar also serves as Dublin’s main hub for cultural activity offering a range of activities such as plays, exhibitions, concerts and movies to choose from.
You will also find some of Dublin’s best restaurants in Temple Bar serving a wide selection of traditional and ethnic dishes including Italian, Irish, Spanish, Indian, Indonesian, Nepalese, Chinese and Mongolian cuisine and of course, no trip will be complete without a visit to one or two of our local pubs where you can listen to live traditional music or sip on a cocktail and dance the night away.
Please ask any of our staff who will be more than happy to give you their favourite recommendations.