Temple Bar is Dublin’s thriving cultural quarter located on the south bank of the glistening River Liffey. It is a wonderful area nestled in Dublin City Centre and is home to many Irish cultural and art institutions, attracting people from all corners of the world. For further details on Dublin’s vibrant Temple Bar area please read on….
Home to more than 50 cultural organisations, offering an opportunity to experience contemporary arts in some of the most spectacular and innovative cultural venues in the city, it is easy to see why Temple Bar is such a honey-trap to people who visit Dublin.
Meeting House Square in Temple Bar offers a spectacular open-air performance venue where you are assured to catch a performance, film or family event taking place. You can also avail of such entertainment in one of the many public streets or spaces throughout Temple Bar.
If you are in Dublin during the weekend then a trip to one of Temple Bar’s many markets is a must. Tickle your taste buds with a visit to The Temple Bar Food Market taking place every Saturday in Meeting House Square. Loose yourself in a book or two from The Temple Bar Book Market, taking place each Saturday on Temple Bar Square.
Calling all fashion eccentric and bargain hunters, a visit to Cow’s Lane Fashion and Design Market is a must. The Fashion Market takes place every Saturday in The Old City area of Temple Bar, where you are sure to bag a bargain.
For further information on all events happening in Dublin’s Cultural Quarter in 2010, check out The Temple Bar Cultural Trust website today.
Popular with tourists who wish to explore Dublin’s history, culture, traditions and much more, Temple Bar is also a place for the young and young at heart. Each night the cobbled streets of Temple Bar come to life with its many colourful traditional and modern pubs and pulsating clubs in full swing.
There is also a great selection of restaurants to choose from offering tempting traditional dishes and international cuisine that is sure to satisfy all tastes.
Of course Temple Bar has its share of Tourist attractions that you are sure to stumble across when you explore its streets ‘broad and narrow’…. The Ha’Penny Bridge, Trinity College, Dublin Castle and Christchurch Cathedral are all just a short stroll from Temple Bar.
So if you are planning on a visit Dublin then a visit to Dublin’s Temple Bar is a must.
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