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The Liberties

Meath Street, Dublin D8, Ireland
+353 1 222 5180
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Lots of Interesting Places to Explore in the Liberties

On two separate business trips to Dublin, I've taken long walks through the Liberties, and found... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2017
dunadan
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Lynnwood, WA
Real old school Dublin...

I'm not sure what tourists expect when they visit Dublin for the first time but I reckon must leave... read more

Reviewed 24 August 2016
tinyark
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Dublin, Ireland
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Meath Street, Dublin D8, Ireland
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Reviewed 12 June 2017

On two separate business trips to Dublin, I've taken long walks through the Liberties, and found lots to explore and see of interest. It seems like down every street or around every corner there is another stunning church, a great piece of architecture, an interesting...More

1  Thank dunadan
Reviewed 24 August 2016 via mobile

I'm not sure what tourists expect when they visit Dublin for the first time but I reckon must leave thinking that Grafton Street and Temple bar are good examples of what Dublin has to offer, but if you want to see Dublin, real Dublin, visit...More

2  Thank tinyark
Reviewed 19 June 2016 via mobile

The oldest district in Dublin. Close to the Guinness store house, this area keeps the atmosphere of the last century die to its architecture and people. This is the real Dublin and on Saturday mornings there is a huge Street market where you can find...More

Thank Jaisie7777
Reviewed 13 May 2016

On the south western of the central city you will find this street, not too far from Guinness's, St Patrick's Cathedral and Christchurch Cathedral. Not so much here for the tourist to buy as such, but is very much on equal par with the north...More

1  Thank Theycallitmadness
Reviewed 25 August 2015

Francis street, one of the oldest areas in Dublin. Also the location of the local Sunday market... Worth a look if your looking for a bargain

Thank Angela H
Reviewed 4 August 2013 via mobile

Street full of antique shops, lots of browsing bargains if that's your scene, however I would not venture in area after dark

1  Thank kevin041
Reviewed 10 August 2012

You can have a nice day wandering in this area. If you are into antiques try Francis St. Safer during the day

Thank Tony W
Reviewed 23 May 2012

This is an excellent place to view quality antiques. Prices reflect the quality but do not miss the opportunity to see the inventory. Shopkeeps have some interesting stories and love their work.

Thank Traveler1MM
Reviewed 29 November 2011

Visit Dublin's Liberties and you're in the heart of real Dublin. It's a lovely walk from Dublin City Centre and on the way you could drop in to Trinity College (Book of Kells), Dublin Castle, Christchurch Cathedral and a host of other interesting places. There's...More

4  Thank Marie M
Reviewed 21 July 2011

If you want to see real Dublin. This is were it is to be found

3  Thank Vwglen
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