Dublin City Inn is a great choice for a hotel near Temple Bar. Located just ten minutes walk away, you can use the halfpenny bridge to stroll over the river Liffey, and muse around this lovely cultural quarter of on the south bank of Dublin. This popular district has retained it's medieval street pattern with many cobbled streets and it plays home to some of Ireland's cultural institutions such as The Irish Film Institute, The Temple Bar Music Centre and the Gaiety School of Acting.
Temple Bar is a favourite place to visit when staying in Dublin. There's lots going on in this vibrant area of the city. By day, guests can visit the quaint and quirky shops, markets and cafes, while enjoying the many buskers and street performers. Each weekend, there is a food market, book market and designer market, where you are destined to grab a bargain.
After dark, Temple Bar comes alive and is a major centre for nightlife. Popular with locals and tourists, pubs such as Oliver St. John Gogartys, The Turk's Head, The Foggy Dew and The Quays Bar quickly fill up and the atmosphere becomes electric, with live music or DJs in many of these busy venues.