Monument / Landmark · South-East Inner City · 27 tips and reviews
Alan Brutenic: The Molly Malone statue in Grafton Street was unveiled by then Lord Mayor of Dublin, Alderman Ben Briscoe during the 1988 Dublin Millennium celebrations, declaring 13 June as Molly Malone Day.
Shopping Mall · South-East Inner City · 74 tips and reviews
Alan Brutenic: Stephen's Green Shopping Centre is a large indoor shopping centre located at the top of Grafton Street in the Southside of Dublin City. It is named after St. Stephen's Green, a nearby park.
Alan Brutenic: Originally called the Wellington Bridge, the name of the bridge changed to Liffey Bridge and remains the bridge's official name to this day - though it is still commonly known as the Ha'penny Bridge
O'Connell St (Monument of Light), Dublin, Dublin City
Monument / Landmark · North City · 62 tips and reviews
Alan Brutenic: The Spire of Dublin, officially titled the Monument of Light (Irish: An Túr Solais), is a large, stainless steel, pin-like monument 121.2 meters in height, located on O'Connell Street in Dublin
Alan Brutenic: Temple Bar is an area on the south bank of the River Liffey in central Dublin, Unlike the areas surrounding it, Temple Bar has preserved its medieval street pattern, with many narrow cobbled streets.
Alan Brutenic: This great pub is the focal point of the Temple Bar area. A truly historic pub with live traditional music, excellent oysters and whiskies, heated beer garden and excellent atmosphere and service.
TempleBar Tradfest: They have 3 stouts, 3 ales & 3 lagers. It's Irelands largest genuine Irish Brewery. Try an original pint & their steak sandwich. Live music 7 nights a week. Buy the beer to take home as a gift!
Government Building · South-East Inner City · 86 tips and reviews
TempleBar Tradfest: It's the heart of historic Dublin.In fact the city gets its name from the Black Pool -"Dubh Linn" which was on the site of the site of the present Castle garden.Built in the13th century.Don't miss it!
Church · South-East Inner City · 50 tips and reviews
TempleBar Tradfest: This was built in 1220 to honor the Patron Saint of Ireland, St Patricks. It stands next to a very famous wall where it is thought that St Patrick baptized people during his visit to Dublin.
Otel.com: This is where you should go if you wish to see some great moderns and contemporary art. Former Royal Hospital Kilmainham, this has great works by old masters such as Dürer, Goya, Rembrandt, etc.
Alan Brutenic: Zoo is divided into areas named World of Cats, World of Primates, The Kaziranga Forest Trail, Fringes of the Arctic, African Plains, Birds, Reptiles, Plants, City Farm and Endangered Species
Cearúilín Ni Riain: There is nothing like being in Croke Park, especially the first and third Sundays in September (All Ireland Hurling Final the first Sunday; All Ireland Football Final the third Sunday).
City Hall · South-East Inner City · 8 tips and reviews
Alan Brutenic: The City Hall, Dublin, originally the Royal Exchange, is a civic building in Dublin, Ireland. It was built between 1769 and 1779 and is a notable example of 18th-century architecture in the city.
Church · South-East Inner City · 40 tips and reviews
TempleBar Tradfest: This church was founded in by the Vikings then later re-built by the Anglo Normans. It is located in the heart of the former medieval Dublin.It also contains the largest Cathedral crypt in Britain&IRL
Droichead Sheáin Uí Chathasaigh, Dublin, Dublin City
Bridge · South-East Inner City · 8 tips and reviews
Alan Brutenic: The bridge was opened by Taoiseach Bertie Ahern in July 2005. It is named for the playwright and Irish Citizens Army member Seán O'Casey (1880–1964) who lived in the North Wall area of the city.
Alan Brutenic: The bridge, which cost €60 mil, is named for Irish writer Samuel Beckett, was officially opened to pedestrians on 10 December 2009 by Dublin Lord Mayor, and to road traffic at 7am the following day