Temple Bar, Dublin
Nearly every visitor to Dublin finds themselves in Temple Bar at some point during their visit. The narrow cobble stoned streets are alive with music and laughter and restaurants and bars and art galleries and hundreds of tourists from all over the world.
Eat & Drink
Temple Bar has dozens of great bars and restaurants. From live Irish music and dancing in the bigger bars to small music sessions in the smaller ones, hidden cocktail bars and elegant cigar clubs, it’s all here.
If you’re looking for food you’re in luck too – from Asian to American, Mongolian to Nepalese – there’s a restaurant with your name on it. Definitely one of the things to do in Dublin.
Culture Comes Alive
There are lots of wee designer boutiques in Temple Bar and places where local artists display their work. The National Photographic Archive is here with a record of our past while the Project Arts Centre and Temple Bar Gallery + Studios shows contemporary art.
The Irish Film Institute has some really cool shows while the Olympia Theatre is a national treasure.
There is a regular bus service called “Aircoach” departing from Dublin Airport every 15 minutes from 10 past the hour. The nearest stop to The Fitzwilliam Hotel is Grafton Street, near Trinity College which is a 10 minute stroll from the hotel. An adult ticket costs €7.00 per person or €14.00 p.p. return. Alternatively a taxi will cost approximately €30.00. The taxi rank is located outside Terminal 1 on the arrival level. Travel time is approximately 30 minutes.Read More
We can arrange a transfer from Dublin Airport to The Fitzwilliam Hotel by private car and driver. There are a variety of vehicles available depending on the number of guests and quantity of luggage. For more details please contact our concierge team on email@example.com or 01 4787000Read More
The 5 Star Fitzwilliam Hotel in Dublin offers secure parking for hotel residents. Valet parking is provided on a complimentary basis however, an overnight charge of €20.00 is applicable.Read More