Temple Bar Dublin. The red most famous Irish bar

Temple Bar is the name of the cultural area in the centre of Dublin. This zone is especially attractive because of the fact it has preserved the medieval tinny streets and so you can feel the most ancient Dublin there. Moreover, this area hosts the most famous Irish bar in the world, the Temple Bar, opened since 1840.

The representative red color of the outside of the bar makes easy to recognize it when you are walking through the streets searching this spot, which is placed in a corner. Once inside, the atmosphere is similar to any other tavern, although it is permanently crowded and full of tourists. If you want to follow the ritual step by step, once you get there, you can’t leave without taking a fresh Guinness.

One of the particularities of this spot is its reputation that is built year by year. Actually, it has won the award to the Best Irish Music Bar from 2002 to 2012 and it is expected to keep defending this title for a long time. This is why if you have the chance to take something there, you will enjoy, at the same time, a great performing of the most traditional Irish music in live performs.

The warm atmosphere of the bar will let you feel close to this familiar and friendly culture. Either you come alone or with friends, you will always find a very joyful mood, people singing friends celebrating the end of the day, etc. Moreover, the Temple Bar organizes frequent events, art exhibitions, etc.


If you want to take home a souvenir from this red traditional tavern, you can buy one in the shop next door, full of merchandising with the Temple Bar’s logo and name.

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