Dublin Streets & Statues

Our walk takes us through the lively streets of Dublin City Centre and Temple Bar, on the South side of the river Liffey. The City Centre is dotted with magnificent buildings, dating mainly from the 18th century. As we walk along the streets, we encounter Molly Malone, a fishmonger who sold her fish at Dublin's street corners.


Overview

• Price: from €30
• Length of walk: approx. 2 hours (easy)

Dublin City centre

Our walk takes us through the lively streets of Dublin City Centre and Temple Bar, on the South side of the river Liffey. Strolling through the the city Centre, we can enjoy their vibrant atmosphere while admiring its famous buildings. We also go down to the river Liffey and standing half way on one of the many bridges spanning the river, we look at a wide perspective over the two sides of the city.

Monuments

The City Centre is dotted with magnificent buildings, dating mainly from the 18th century. Aamong them are Trinity College, the Castle and the City Hall. As we pass by , we step back in time to hear about their fascinating history. At the same time, we get a chance to learn more about Dublin.

Statues of the Millennium

For its 1000th anniversary, Dublin City commissioned statues in honour of its citizens and artists. They have been placed in unusual locations adding a touch of homeliness to the charm of the City. As we walk along the streets, we come across Molly Malone, a fishmonger who sold her fish at street corners and further on, we meet two Irish ladies gossiping on a bench.



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