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the busiest street in Dublin, the street is wide and although it's a busy street you do not feel crowded. when u are tried, you can just go into a coffee shop and have a rest before you start shopping again.
O Connell Street is named after one of the greatest Irishmen ever Daniel O Connell. known as the Great Emancipator. No visit to Dublin would be complete without a visit here. It was once known as Sackville Street and the whole area is totally immersed...More
O'Connell Street is Dublin's main street. It has been through many trials, not least the destruction of Nelson's Column in 1966. It's a broad thoroughfare, similar in intention (though not execution) to the Champs Elysees in Paris. The street has bars, restaurants and hotels, but...More
A main drag in Dublin with great energy. Full of cafes, bars and crowds looking to have fun, socialize and experience Dublin. Great part of town, walking distance to Temple Bar area. Transportation to airport from O'Connell Street is very easy, quick and affordable with...More
This restaurant is nothing to do with BeshoffBros. The fish was fine, but, the chips were yuk. The tables around us left their chips and we did the same. They were pale, floppy and left a greasy film and a uncooked taste on the pallet....More
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We didn't drive in the city. Very walkable near the river. We used the Hop On & Off bus to get to further destinations. Also a good initial overview of the city so you know where you want to get back to. Being American we... More
We didn't drive in the city. Very walkable near the river. We used the Hop On & Off bus to get to further destinations. Also a good initial overview of the city so you know where you want to get back to. Being American we wouldn't attempt to drive on the other side.