O'Connell Street & City Centre



O'Connell Street represents the a cultural and historical centre of Dublin that has seen battles, attacks and a constant stream of Dubliners flocking to this commercial hub since the 18th century. Renamed after the nationalist freedom fighter Daniel O'Connell in 1924, you can see the man of the same name presiding over the O'Connell Bridge leading onto the south side of the city.

During the Easter Rising of 1916 the rebel forces stormed the General Post Office and proclaimed the Irish Republic, which led to artillery forces causing massive damage to both O'Connell Street and its environs. The boulevard is now a commercial hub with the iconic Spire punctuating its centre.

The clock at the famous Clery's department store represents a long-time meeting point for Dubliners and country folk alike before embarking on a day of shopping. Nearby Henry Street and Moore Street are perfect to get a taste of true Dublin shopping.



Nightlife

City Arts Centre
Murky Blues
Savoy
Andrew's Lane Theatre
Screen (The)
Cobalt Café and Gallery
Ely Winebar
Neptune Comedy Club
HQ
Cactus Jacks
Bachelor Inn (The)
Olesya's Wine Bar
Fire
Sin É
Pygmalion
Soul Clinic
Bewley's
Hugo's
K3 Bar
Soup Dragon
Big Tree (The)
Spy
Keating's
Krystle
Laughter Lounge (The)
Library Bar
Flowing Tide (The)
Life
JJ Smyths
National Stadium
Peacock Theatre (The)
Temple Theatre (The)
Lillie's Bordello
Parnell Park
Forum Bar
Xtreme Internet & Gaming Centre
Gate Theatre
Scene (The)
Pravda
Shebeen Chic
Donnybrook Stadium
Crawdaddy
Q Bar
SamSara Cafe
Capitol Lounge
Cavern (The)
Gubu
Vaults (The)
John Field Room
Rhythm Corporation (The)
RiRa
Village (The)
Tivoli Theatre & Live Music Venue
Twisted Pepper (The)
Welcome Inn
UGC cinemas
Zanzibar
Bond
Sackville Lounge (The)

Attractions

Dublin Bus Tours
Whichcraft
National Crafts Fair
Harlequin (The)
Dublin City Marathon
St. Patrick's Day Parade
Light House Cinema
Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
Dublin Ghost Bus Tour
National Stadium
St Mary's Pro-Cathedral
National Wax Museum
Cobalt Café and Gallery
Jeanie Johnston (Tall Ship Famine Museum)
St. Mary's Abbey
Great Famine Memorial
Bridge Gallery
Dublin Theatre Festival
Busaras
Tie-Rack
Dublin Writers Museum
Bloomsday
The Spire of Dublin
James Joyce Centre (The)
Chester Beatty Library
Waltons
Scene (The)
St. James's Gate Brewery
Tivoli Theatre & Live Music Venue
Monsoon
McCormack's Cycle Centre
Kevin Kavanagh Gallery
IK VI
Pia Bang
Alteration Centre
National Leprechaun Museum
Gate Theatre
1916 Rebellion Walking Tour
Liffey Boardwalk
Garden of Remembrance
Freemasons Hall
Meeting Place Sculpture
General Post Office
Dr Quirkey's Good Time Emporium
Artefaction
Women's Mini-Marathon
Davis Gallery
Rotunda Hospital
Zozimus Experience
House of Ireland
Marathon Sports
Abbey Theatre
Michael Barrie
Mountjoy Square

Restaurants

Soup Dragon
Patrick Guilbaud
Alilang Korean Restaurant
Bucci
Cactus Jacks
Epicurean Food Hall
Fire
Unicorn (The)
Velure
Bewley's
SamSara Cafe
Fayre City Bistro (The)
HQ
El Bahia
Rupsha Indian Restaurant
101 Talbot
Winding Stair
Seasons Restaurant
Balzac
Snipes
Jewel in the Crown
Bond
Ely Winebar
Layla Turkish Restaurant
Taste of India
Buenos Aires Grill
Acapulco

Hotels

Abraham House Hostel
Morisson Hotel (The)
Harrington Hall
Cassidy's Hotel
Castle Hotel
Comfort Inn Smithfield
Maple Bed & Breakfast
Ripley Court Hotel
Caulfield's Hotel
Academy Hotel
Dublin Citi Hotel
Gresham Hotel
Clarion Hotel Dublin Liffey Valley
Harvey's Guesthouse
Clifden Guesthouse
Royal Dublin Hotel (The)
Clifton Court Hotel
Mount Eccles Court
Arlington Hotel
Days Inn Dublin - Talbot Street
Avalon House
Dergvale Hotel
St George Hotel
Isaac's Hostel
Barry's Hotel
Jury's Inn Parnell Street
Jurys Christchurch Inn
Acadamey Hotel (The)
Ormond Quay Hotel
Walton's Hotel
Litton Lane Hostel
Lyndon House Guesthouse

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