In May 1816, the Ha’Penny Bridge was the first pedestrian bridge to cross the Liffey River.
A prominent street running from the city centre to the canal, Camden street is full of some of Dublin’s best restaurants and pubs.
The area between Grafton Street and George’s Street is great for shopping, restaurants and nightlife.
One of the principal pedestrian-only shopping streets in Dublin city. It runs from St Stephen's Green to Trinity College Green.
Dublin's One Stop Tourist Office. They provide day tours from Dublin, Tickets to Visitor Attractions and Tourist Services.
The statue represents a ballad about a Dublin woman named Molly Malone, an attractive fishmonger who sold cockles and mussels from her barrow.