Dublin 7 is young, hip, and trendy…
Craft and mountain beers are a dime a dozen here. The top restaurants and cafés are usually full of students from nearby colleges like DIT Grangegorman.
Despite all the recent changes, Dublin 7 has managed to keep its red-brick charm. The mix of old and new will make your Irish experience even more interesting.
Dublin 7 is located just north of River Liffey. It’s an easy commute from the city centre.
Places to visit: discover Victorian architecture at St. Michan’s Church. Sample local art at Millrace Gallery and the Bridge Art Gallery. Visit the Old Jameson Distillery and learn how they make famous whiskey.
Things to do: have local craft beer at L Mulligan’s. Try some hot yoga at The Elbowroom. Enjoy traditional music and pints at The Cobblestone.
Transport links: bus lines 38, 38a, 46a, 120, and 122, the Luas Green Line and will take you straight to the city centre.
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