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All reviews north side daniel o'connell south quays westmoreland street dublin spire both sides worth a stop post office temple bar nice walk trinity college arches spanning constructed statue structure photographs
This is the main bridge over the river and the bridge takes you to O’Connell Street and the statue of O’Connell. It s pretty but very busy give the proximity to the man street of the city. It may only be a bridge - but...More
Firstly the bridge is over 200 years old! Secondly, you get to see great sights in each direction you look, and not just up towards the H'apenny Bridge & Four Courts, and down the river towards the Docklands. but up O'Connell St to the Spire...More
Dublin is a very walkable city and eventually every traveller will cross O'Connell bridge (stands here since 1792) to visit sights and entertainment spots up and down this area!
This is "the widest short bridge" (50 m wide), wider than long actually, which is rare....More
There is nothing much to say about this bridge, but it brings cars, trains, and buses to and from downtown Dublin. It connects upper and lower Dubin over the river through town. If you are in Dublin you will cross the bridge many times during...More