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We didn't spend a lot of time here as we prefer the older historical areas of Dublin but it is worth stopping to see. Lots of building going on with new modern and attractive buildings. There are also lots of older buildings that have been...More
Super cool terraces all around, plenty of benches to have a rest. You ca see the canal and water activities such as diving, paddle surf, canoeing, or water sky while you have an ice cream at the square. Next to a theater and one of...More
The main downtown canal has around 27 small bridges on it, each of them primarily has shopping stores, restaurants and hotels on both sides. This is the main walkway where all the tourist can be seen at any point of the day. This is 10...More
When the sun is out, the office workers head out to the square outside the Bord Gais Theatre for eating lunch. The area has a nice atmosphere with plenty of seating and a view over the dock.
On a rainy day forget it!