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O'Connell Street in Dublin is one of the most famous spots to stroll. It is lined with shopping, restaurants, pubs and statues to check out. The Sphere is located here. We heard a bit of the history behind this on our walking tour.
This street is full with statues like Daniel O’Connell and Jim Larkin. There is also the Spire in the middle of the street that is one the biggest monument in Dublin with over 120 meters high.
This street is full with shops, restaurants and fast...More
Although many of the history is long gone it is well worth getting a look at the General Post Office in the Center of O'Connell St. Originally called Sackville Street. This was where the Easter Rising kicked off on March 24th, 1916. The Spire is...More
Me and my Fiance were staying on O'Connell Street during our recent visit to Dublin. We would walk up and down this street throughout the day to get to and from our hotel and I have to say it is a very busy, happening street...More
Coming up to chrissie the city has a real buzz/vibe about it. People everywhere, this street just adds to the vibe, a big main thoroughfare, with beautiful buildings, be sure to visit the GPO (genral post office), with its grand interior.
O'Connell Street is Dublin's main street; thanks to the bridge that spans the Liffey, it links North and South Dublin together. A plethora of fine sights, restaurants, hotels and shopping line the street - it's safe, welcoming, and has just the right mix of everything....More
I was staying at the top of O'Connell Street and walked along it so many times. It's a lovely road and full of history and such lovely people and places. It is so interesting in the Irish Civil war. I was there at the Castle...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.