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- 98%Local Culture
- 91%Nightlife Lovers
- 57%Family Travelers
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- Temple BarMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 5Jun 30, 2014
Really!!! There is a Temple Bar in Temple Bar, Dublin! The area is lively and fun. There are also weekend festivals and markets that makes this area more interesting. Cheers!Recommended for:
- Temple BarMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 6Dec 28, 2013
It's THE Temple Bar in The Temple Bar so of course it is packed! We were tere on Labor Day weekend and you could not get inside. I'm not sure how it is on a normal weekend but I would recommend checking it ot on a weekday, the bars here are always busy!Recommended for:
- Temple BarMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4Nov 06, 2013
Incredibly touristy but somehow it still retains a bit of authenticity. The architecture is great in this area and it has a lot of atmosphere. You also have to admire the fact that so many people are somehow able to party until so late.
A must-see but try to get off the main strip or get lost in the back alleys. There are still bars that primarily cater to locals. You just have to seek them out.Recommended for:
- Temple BarMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6First to ReviewOct 27, 2013
This is the worlds most popular bar and landmark within the Temple Bar District. Ironically, the district is named after this famed bar. This is a lively place with great beer selection and live Irish music. It gets crowded so expect to stand.
- Temple BarMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Jun 24, 2014
Not to be a kill joy but there are lots of other proper Irish pubs in Dublin than the clap happy tripe that passes for Ireland in this place - shop around! Try the trad session in Cassidy's pub on Camden St on a Sunday evening if you're looking for somewhere with a genuine appreciation for Irish music.
- Temple BarJun 15, 2013
The area is ful of pubs, bars and nightlie. A great place to eat drink and be merry! A hotel right in this section will be very cosmopolitan. We stayed 6 blocks away for a quieter sleep. For a castle in the north? I will be waiting on YOUR reviews!Recommended for:
- Temple BarJun 01, 2013
This is where the nightlife is. The buzz of activity begins around lunch time and goes on to the late hours. Great pubs, music food and even a little culture. Car-free zone. From our apartment you cross the river using Halfpenny Bridge. We are on the quiet side of the River Liffey but Temple Bar is only a 5 minutes walk.
- Temple BarMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersFamily Travelers+ 2Jan 27, 2013
Perfect mix of local, expat and tourist. I found myself amidst Irish and expats that are all eager to have a laugh. It was the start of a long but fun night. Tip for around xmas: wear an ugly xmas jumper with lights, they'll play your song right away!(out of pity maybe?)
- Temple BarSep 16, 2012
The name although slightly misleading, gives an idea of whats in store at this place. This is Dublin's place for fun, party, great food and even better drinks. The numerous pubs and restuarnats decorating the area make it a lively place. Several performers ply their trades on this street looking for some appreciation and tips from the patrons. A must Visit