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Nightlife hub of dublin

It is a historical neighborhood of Dublin city center, bordered to the north by the Liffey River, south by Dame Street, east by the O'Connell Bridge and west by the Christ Church Cathedral. In this neighborhood it's nice to wander the narrow streets once nightfall hits, where you can find the nightlife hub of Dublin with an impressive number of fashionable pubs, restaurants, art galleries ...

Feeling irish

This is the Ireland I was craving when I made my first pilgrimage to the motherland! You could spend all day exploring this neighborhood, Guinness by Guinness, in a thousand different pubs, shops, and the like. Slip into any pub while a soccer game is on and prepare for an experience. A couple of the people I met swore that Temple Bar was mainly for tourists, which I suppose it is, but hey it was a great first impression of Ireland. There are some food and trinket markets there during the day as well, but I have to admit that I couldn’t see too much of Temple Bar during the day because I saw too much of it at night :o)!!!
Nate Bailey
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The tour of 7 pubs!

Temple Bar is one of the liveliest places in Dublin, both day and night. In this area there is a high concentration of pubs, but also to mold cultural institutions such as the Irish Film Institute, the "Project Art Centre" and "The National Photographic Archive" which is part of The National Library of Ireland but is based in Temple Bar This area seems to be called so due to the Temple family. Sir William Temple, Master of Trinity College at the beginning of '600, bought a house in this neighborhood, very close to the promenade along the river named "The Bar". Here's how it would have created the name of this neighborhood! Here you can go from pub to pub in time. I recommend you visit the photo archive of the past because those pictures are very fascinating. Right next to this institution there is a square where a market is held every Sunday (now but there are still work in progress), but also on other days (usually on Saturday) there are other stalls at the end of Temple Bar Food , bread and handicrafts. Who lives in Dublin argues that here the beer is not that great and that everything is thought of as a machine-depleted tourists. Even if it were true, if you come here for the first time, you can not give up this very classical meta! Also here perform many artists and street musicians in pubs and instead there is always some concert of traditional music! Impossible not to feel the music while walking to Temple Bar

Il giro dei 7 pub!

Temple Bar è uno dei luoghi più vivaci di Dublino, sia di giorno che di notte. In questa area c'è un'alta concentrazione di pub, ma anche di istituti di stampo culturale come l'Irish Film Institute, il "Project Art Centre" e il "The National Photographic Archive" che fa parte della The National Library of Ireland, ma ha sede in Temple Bar. Questa zona sembra si chiami così grazie alla famiglia Temple. Sir William Temple, rettore del Trinity College agli inizi del '600, comprò una casa in questo quartiere, molto vicina alla passeggiata lungo fiume nominata "The Bar". Ecco come si sarebbe creato il nome di questo quartiere! Qui è possibile passare di pub in pub in continuazione. Io consiglio di visitare l'archivio fotografico perché quelle immagini di altri tempi sono decisamente affascinanti. Proprio di fianco a questo istituto c'è una piazzetta dove ogni domenica si tiene un mercato (ora però ci sono dei lavori in corso), ma anche in altri giorni (spesso il sabato) ci sono altre bancarelle alla fine di Temple bar di cibo, pane e prodotti artigianali. Chi abita a Dublino sostiene che qui la birra non sia un granché e che il tutto sia pensato come una macchina spolpa-turisti. Anche se fosse vero, se si viene qui per la prima volta non si può rinunciare a questa classicissima meta! Inoltre anche qui si esibiscono tantissimi artisti e musicisti di strada e invece nei pub c'è sempre qualche concerto di musica tradizionale! Impossibile non sentire della musica camminando per Temple Bar.
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Traveling is acquired culture, there'...

Traveling is acquired culture, there's no doubt, you know different sites, visits their cities, museums, monuments, but culture is also in Dublin visiting bars, specifically the Temple Bar area, a neighborhood which concentrates the nightlife and cultural city. Located in the city center, on the south bank of the River Liffey, between Parliament St and Westmoreland St and south limited by Dame St, is an ideal place to have a pint at any of the bars and enjoy a concert in good live Irish music in a bohemian atmosphere. It also has restaurants, theaters and art centers. If you visit the neighborhood during the day you can get close to some of the markets, such as the Saturday Market Book Market or used books, the food market or food market and there are markets and fashion design. My recommendation: But you like crowds too, as I do not visit on a Saturday night, do not be. But in any case enjoy, is a place with a great atmosphere and great fun.

Viajando se adquiere cultura, de eso no hay ninguna duda, conoces sitios diferentes, visitas sus ciudades, sus museos, sus monumentos, pero en Dublín cultura es también la visita a sus bares, en concreto a la zona de Temple Bar, un barrio en el que se concentra la vida nocturna y cultural de la ciudad.

Situado en el centro de la ciudad, en la orilla sur del río Liffey, entre Parliament St y Westmoreland St y por el sur limitado por Dame St, es un sitio ideal para tomarse una pinta en cualquiera de sus bares y disfrutar de un concierto en directo de buena música irlandesa en un ambiente bohemio. Cuenta también con restaurantes, teatros y centros de arte.

Si visitas el barrio de día puedes acercarte a algunos de los mercados, por ejemplo el sábado al Book market o mercado de libros de segunda mano, el food market o mercado de comida y también hay mercados de diseño y de moda.

Recomendación mía: Si no te gustan demasiado las multitudes, como es mi caso, no visitarlo un sábado por la noche, no se cabe. Pero en cualquier caso disfrutarlo, es un sitio con muy buen ambiente y muy divertido.
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The most crowded area of ​​dubln

It is the most visited neighborhood and more evening entertainment Dublin, a maze of alleys sandwiched engtre Dame St and Liffey. But all is alcohol and bars, visitors can go buy vintage clothes, take a look at the art facilities, get a piercing or eat a Mongolian barbecue. Weather permitting, projecting outdoor movies in squares or no musical improvisations on the streets, and in Grafton Street. One night returning from holiday, a couple of musicians we hear speaking Spanish (I have to say party in Dublin's almost more Spanish than Irish) and began to sing "La Bamba", which was very encouraged staff. During the day and during the weeknights is very bohemian, but the weekend is when the party begins. The light bars stereos and doors open wide, but in my opinion, the charm of this area is in the typical bars like The Auld Dubliner and The Temple Bar, as there is often live music EVER, and that with a good pint of beer in hand is the best it can be. At 3 am the puddles of vomit filled the streets, as the bars close too early and the Irish drink very heavily, so do not be surprised if at 12 in the night you see people on the floor. We usually frequent the two bars those above and the Hard Rock, especially since the latter are the cheapest pints we've found so far. Do not hesitate to contact me if you find something cheaper! It is the most popular bar in the Temple Bar area in Dublin for all tourists and locals, as much for its history, for its food, Whiskey, traditional music and the environment in general. It is one of the most frequented bars and the price of beer was a normal one, but the trouble is that almost was filled by popularity. Next door is a Merchandising shop if you want to take a souvenir.

La zona más concurrida de dublín

Es el barrio más visitado y con más animación nocturna de Dublín, un laberinto de callejones encajonado engtre Dame St y el Liffey. Pero no todo es alcohol y bares, el viajero puede ir a comprar ropa vintage, echar una ojeada a las instalaciones de arte, ponerse un piercing o comer una barbacoa mongola. Cuando hace buen tiempo, se proyectan películas al aire libre en las plazas o hay improvisaciones musicales en las calles, como en Grafton Street.
Una noche volviendo de fiesta, un par de músicos nos escucho hablar español (tengo que decir que en Dublín de fiesta hay casi más español que irlandés) y se pusieron a cantar "La Bamba", cosa que animó mucho al personal.
Durante el día y durante las noches de entre semana es muy bohemia, pero los fines de semana es cuando empieza la fiesta. Los bares encienden los equipos de música y abren las puertas de par en par, aunque en mi opinión, el encanto de esta zona es en los bares típicos como The Auld Dubliner o The Temple Bar, ya que suele haber SIEMPRE música en directo, y eso con una buena pinta de cerveza en la mano es lo mejor que puede haber.
A las 3 de la mañana los charcos de vomitos llenan las calles, ya que los bares cierran muy pronto y los Irlandeses beben muy en exceso, por lo que no os sorprendais si a las 12 de la noche ya veis a gente por los suelos.
Solemos frecuentar los dos bares dichos anteriormente y el Hard Rock, sobre todo este último ya que las pintas son las más baratas que hemos encontrado hasta ahora. ¡No dudeis en avisarme si encontrais de algo más económico!

Es el bar más popular de la zona del Temple Bar en dublín para todos los turistas y los locales, ya tanto por su historia, como por su comida, su Whiskey, la música tradicional y el ambiente en general.
Es uno de los bares que más frecuentamos y el precio de las cervezas era uno normal, pero lo malo es que prácticamente estaba lleno por su popularidad. Al lado hay una tienda de Merchandising por si quieres llevarte algún recuerdo.
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The temple bar area in dublin getting...

The Temple Bar area in Dublin Getting Started on the River Liffey and continues north. It's a bohemian area, full of bars and restaurants as well as shops with typical products of Ireland. The cold and rain are no impediments for fun, do not miss the famous pubs, all have excellent Irish music, from folk to rock. Each pub has its own "personality" and the people are very friendly, so it becomes very easy to meet more people. Within the pubs, people still standing at night, with Guinness in hand, or perhaps traditional cider irlandeza ... But beware, each cup is like 800 calories ... On the streets is very easy to see the lively people, either in bachelor parties, dressed and ready for a game of Rugby, or simplesmente chatting groups before deciding to pub should be ... Walking along the river, and the beautiful bridge "Ha'penny Bridge", you get a lovely view of Dublin.

La zona de Temple Bar en Dublin empeza en el río Liffey y sigue en dirección Norte. Es una zona boemia, llena de bares y restaurantes, además de tiendas con productos tipicos de Irlanda.

El frío y la lluvia no son impedimentos para la diversión, no faltan los famosos pubs, todos cuentan con la excelente música de irlanda, desde el Folk hasta el Rock. Cada pub tiene su "personalidad" y la gente es muy amable, por lo que se torna muy fácil conocer a más gente.

Dentro de los pubs, la gente sigue por la noche en pie, con sus Guiness en la mano, o quizás con la tradicional Sidra irlandeza... Pero cuidado, cada copa son como 800 calorias.

Por las calles es muy fácil ver la gente animada, sea en despedidas de soltero, vestidos y listos para un juego de Rugby, o simplesmente grupos charlando antes de decidir a que pub deben ir.

Paseando por la orilla del río, además de la preciosa puente "Ha'penny Bridge", se obtiene unas vistas preciosas de Dublin.
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Like the previous day

We could not dine here as it was too full, the next day we decided to eat something else later on then go to Temple bar for his famous Irish coffee and listen to some music. When we arrived it was as crowded as the day before but we put ourselves in a tiny table in the corner. The room we were in had a bar of wood typical English pub and a TV with a football game. In the room next door was playing a duo of musicians. There, crowded and standing, listened to music at times.

Como el dia anterior

no pudimos cenar aquí ya que estaba demasiado lleno, al día siguiente decidimos comer algo temprano en otro lugar para luego ir al Temple bar a tomar su famoso café Irlandés y escuchar algo de música. Cuando llegamos estaba tan lleno como el día anterior pero logramos ubicarnos en una pequeñita mesa en un rincón. El salón en el que estábamos tenia una barra de madera típica de un pub inglés y televisores con un partido de fútbol. En el salón de al lado estaba tocando un dúo de músicos. Allí, apiñados y de pie, escuchábamos música de a ratos.
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What more charismatic in dubln

Perhaps the city of Dubln not be without a visit to this charismatic Temple Bar district, its narrow but busy streets are the heart of Ireland's capital. Is located across the river Liffey, ie, on the opposite bank of O 'Connor Street, you can cross the various bridges, but set to cross a bridge better by Hapenny Bridge, a pedestrian bridge wrought iron painted white . In addition to countless pubs and other entertainment venues, other food, some art gallery, getting a tattoo or piercing placed. All this together half a dozen streets. If you do not like crowds, better you make the visit in the morning, the afternoon begins to fill with people and at about midnight it becomes very difficult to walk the streets because of the congested than this, enter one of pubs and it is mission impossible.

Lo más carismático en dublín

Quizás no se entendería la ciudad de Dublín sin la visita a este carismático barrio de Temple Bar, su estrechas pero concurridas calles son el alma de la capital de Irlanda.

Esta situado al otro lado del río Liffey, es decir, en la orilla opuesta de O' Connor Street, se puede cruzar por los diferentes puentes, pero puesto a cruzar un puente mejor por Ha’penny Bridge, un puente peatonal forjado en hierro pintado de blanco.

Además de una infinidad de pubs y otros locales de ocio, existen otros de comida, alguna galería de arte, hacerse un tatuaje o colocarse un piercing. Todo ello junto en media docena de calles.

Si no te gustan las aglomeraciones, mejor que realices la visita por la mañana, por las tardes se empieza a llenar de gente y a eso de la media noche se hace muy complicado transitar por las calles debido a lo congestionado que esta, entrar en uno de los pubs ya es misión imposible.
Rafael Vilches
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Temple bar

Ireland is known for its beer, pubs and Celtic festivals. Dublin is no exception and I would even say that the city focuses all these qualifiers. The Temple Bar area is very famous in Dublin, where the streets are almost all pedestrian, it is the trendy place as soon as night falls. At the corner of a street, we find, with its bright red façade, the bar with the name of the district. Installed inside the opulent atmosphere, enjoyed in a warm and friendly atmosphere, all the drinks you want, but leave much to be in Ireland enjoy the guiness or Irich coffee. In many pubs and especially the Temple Bar, musicians enliven the evening, making us feel the rhythm of the bagpipes.

Temple bar

L’Irlande est connue pour sa bière, ses pubs et ses fêtes celtiques. Dublin ne fait pas exception et je dirai même, que la ville concentre tous ces qualificatifs. Le quartier de temple bar est très réputé à Dublin, où les rues sont quasiment toutes piétonnes ; c’est le lieu branché dès que la nuit tombe. A l’angle d’une rue, on découvre, avec sa façade rouge vif, la bar portant le nom du quartier. Installé à l’intérieur à l'atmosphère cossue, on déguste dans une ambiance chaleureuse et bon enfant, toutes les boissons que l’on souhaite, mais quitte à être en Irlande autant goûter à la guiness ou à l’Irich coffee. Dans de nombreux pubs et particulièrement au Temple Bar, des musiciens animent les soirées, nous faisant vibrer au rythme des cornemuses.
Anne-Laure Caquineau
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If looking for the place of irish pub...

If looking for the place of Irish Pubs, this is where they have to come. Is the area of ​​bars pub takes its name from that first established 160 years ago. These cobbled pedestrian streets, are the recommended walk to go for good beer and enjoy good live Musca. It has to be the most tourist Dublin. Highly recommended for those who like the clubs, night and cups. Health!

Si buscaban el lugar de los Irish Pubs, aquí es donde tienen que venir. Es la zona de bares que toma su nombre del pub que primero se estableció, hace 160 años.
Estas callecitas peatonales empedradas, son el paseo recomendado para ir a tomar disfrutar de buenas cerveza y buena músca en vivo. Tiene que ser el lugar más turístico dublines.
Altamente recomendado para los que les gusta los boliches, la noche y las copas. Salud!
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Dublin: located east of the island, a...

Dublin: Located east of the island, at the mouth of the River Liffey in central Dublin County. Founded by the Vikings in the c. 841, from the XVII century, was the 2nd city of the British Empire after London and the 5th largest city in Europe. In 1742 he played for the 1st time the "Messiah" by Handel at the New Music Hall. In 1922, with the division of the island, it became the capital of the Irish Free State, now the Republic of Ireland. Temple Bar is one of the most popular and lively areas of the city: cultural events, festivals, music, noise, people, beer, cafes, bars, pubs, flirty and occupy the cobbled streets of the capital of the Emerald Isle. Charming, fun and surprise to define this area of ​​the city.

Dublín: Ubicada al Este de la Isla, en la desembocadura del río Liffey, en el centro del Condado de Dublín. Fundada por los vikingos en el c. 841, desde el s.XVII, fue la 2ª ciudad del imperio británico tras Londres y la 5ª ciudad más grande de de Europa. En 1742 se tocó por 1ª vez el "Messiah" de Handel en el New Music Hall. En 1922, con la división de la Isla, se convirtió en la capital del Estado Libre Irlandés, actualmente República de Irlanda. Temple Bar es una de las zonas mas populares y animadas de la ciudad: Acontecimientos culturales, festivales, música, bullicio, gente, cerveza, cafés, bares, pubs, ocupan las coquetas y empedradas calles de la capital de la Isla Esmeralda. Encanto, diversión y sorpresa definirían a esta zona de la ciudad.
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Temple bar

Definitely an institution for Dublin and the Guinness! Temple Bar is the set of clubs, restaurants and lively pubs of Ireland's capital! Although it is a very touristic place and inflated, I do not think you can go to Dublin and not to drop by to drink a beer and soak up the lively atmosphere at night! The pubs of Temple Bar has wooden interior and exterior red! You will struggle to find a place, but definitely not to be missed for a buna drink Guinness!

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Decisamente un'istituzione per Dublino e per la Guinness!

Temple Bar è l'insieme dei locali notturni, ristoranti e pub vivaci della capitale irlandese!
Per quanto sia un posto estremamente turistico e inflazionato, credo che non si possa andare a Dublino e non farci un salto per bere una buona birra e per respirare l'atmosfera vivace notturna!

Il pub di Temple bar ha interni in legno e gli esterni rossi!
Farete fatica a trovare un posto, ma assolutamente da non perdere per bere una buna Guinness!
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An emblematic bareto

Open from ten o'clock, the best time to get to Temple Bar is ten o'clock in the evening. Entrance is free and inside, much party atmosphere, live traditional Irish music and people very happy. Perhaps the price of beer is a bit up, but it's worth going for a pint the oldest pub in the city and enjoy the live music ... Tip: walk through the different rooms to enjoy the decor and atmosphere.

Un bareto emblemático

Abierto desde las diez de la mañana, la mejor hora para llegar al Temple Bar son las diez de la noche. La entrada es gratis y dentro, muchísimo ambiente de fiesta, música tradicional irlandesa en vivo y gente muy alegre. Tal vez el precio de la cerveza está un poco subido, pero vale la pena acercarse a tomar una pinta al pub más antiguo de la ciudad y disfrutar de la música en vivo...
Un consejo: recorred las distintas salas para disfrutar de la decoración y el ambiente.
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Located in the heart of the now very ...

Located in the heart of the now very famous and lively Temple Bar area, this typical Irish pub namesake is a popular venue in the Irish capital. There has to see the queues that form outside the bar, and the groups that come to breathe fresh air (and cool!) Their glass of beer in hand to understand the success of this institution! The beers will flow freely, the same as other drinks, the staff is friendly, the atmosphere very good and reasonably priced. A step (though touristy) actually essential during your visit to Dublin!

Situé en plein cœur du désormais très célèbre et très animé quartier de Temple Bar, ce typique pub irlandais éponyme est un lieu très prisé dans la capitale irlandaise. Il n'y a qu'à voir les files d'attente qui se forment devant le bar, ainsi que les groupes qui sortent respirer l'air pur (et frais!!) leur verre de bière à la main pour comprendre le succès de cette institution! Les bières y coulent à flot, de meme que les autres boissons, l'accueil y est chaleureux, l'ambiance très bonne et les prix raisonnables. Une étape (bien que touristique) de fait indispensable lors de votre visite à Dublin !
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U2: from the road to fame

If you go to Dublin you can not miss the Temple Bar, an area rich in history, music and especially beer. But go beyond the typical bar (filled with touristy), I recommend stopping by a blue wall. You listen well! Yes! No kidding! It is an essential corner for lovers of good music like U2. Now go there, look at the wall and recalls this story: When U2 were not yet famous, engaged, like many other musicians in the area, playing in the streets. If you stroll through Dublin, you will see that each musician is usually "his corner". Well, U2's corner was this blue wall. Bono and his friends played, played and played, getting more and more popular in the neighborhood. However, no bar inviting them to play inside. Not even, it was in front of "his corner". The regulars at the bar began to notice the good music playing outside, so here many took their beers and went to hear him. And the entrance to it was overflowing with people wanting their beer bar but preferred the music off. One day, the owner of the bar, tired of their customers did not enjoy the musicians he hired, U2 tried to take your blue wall. They refused, and said that when Bono was famous buy their bar. And so, as the band bought the entire building to create "The Clarence Hotel". But the story does not end here on the streets of Temple Bar, where you can also see, a few steps beyond the corner of the legendary Rory Gallegher topped with a replica of his Fender Stratocaster guitar bronze. In the picture you can see that before was hanging down, but the rose because people touched ... But really if you think about it ... at that point, in Spain, had not lasted two days.

U2: de la calle a la fama

Si vas a Dublín no puedes dejar de visitar el Temple Bar, una zona con mucha historia, música y sobre todo cerveza. Pero más allá de ir a los típicos bares (llenos de guiris), te recomiendo pasarte por una pared azul.
¡Has escuchando bien! ¡Sí! ¡No bromeo! Se trata de un rincón indispensable para los amantes de la buena música como la de U2.
Ahora ve allí, mira la pared y recuerda esta historia:
Cuando U2 aún no eran famosos, se dedicaban, como muchos otros músicos de la zona, a tocar en las calles. Si das un paseo por Dublín, verás que cada músico suele estar en “su rincón”. Pues bien, el rincón de U2 era ésta pared azul.
Bono y sus amigos tocaron, tocaron y tocaron, consiguiendo cada vez más popularidad en el barrio. Sin embargo, ningún bar les invitaba a tocar dentro. Ni siquiera, el que se encontraba delante de “su rincón”.
Los asiduos a ese bar comenzaron a fijarse en la buena música que sonaba fuera, asique muchos cogían sus cervezas y salían a escucharle. Y la entrada al mismo quedaba a rebosar de gente que quería su cerveza del bar pero preferían la música de fuera.
Un día, el dueño del bar, harto de que su clientela no disfrutara de los músicos que él contrataba, intentó echar a U2 de su pared azul. Ellos se negaron, y Bono le aseguró que cuando fuera famoso compraría su bar. Y así fue, ya que la banda compró todo el edificio para crear el “The Clarence Hotel”.
Pero aquí no termina la historia de las calles del Temple Bar, donde también puedes ver, unos pasos más allá, la esquina del legendario Rory Gallegher coronada con una réplica de su guitarra Fender Stratocaster de bronce. En la foto puedes ver que antes estaba colgada más abajo, pero la subieron porque la gente la tocaba… Pero realmente si lo piensas… a esa altura, en España, no hubiera durado ni dos días.
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Temple Bar Phone Number
+353 1 672 5286
+353 1 672 5286
Temple Bar Address
47-48 Temple Bar
47-48 Temple Bar
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