My favorite place of all... Here you'll find the Liberty Market. Guinnesses is close by. The atmosphere here at the weekend is electric & the people of the Liberties are some of the best you'll find!
One of the last outdoor street trading streets in Dublin. Hear the sounds of the street traders calling out their wares.
Meath street is one of the oldest shopping streets in dublin, known for Liberty market on the weekend. During the week there is a great hustle and bustle of stalls, people coming and going and the locals. I highly recommend buying your fruit and veg and meat from one of the many local businesses…
“A beautiful part of Dublin full of Dublin charm! real dubs some nice pubs markets food and cafes!”
“possessing its tallest steeple, this example of high Gothic architecture was completed in 1874. The church was designed by the renowned Victorian architects Edward Welby Pugin and George Ashlin, and includes stained glass by Harry Clarke and sculptures by James Pearse (the father of patriot brothers Padraig and William Pearse). ”
“Francis Street is known as the antiques quarter and is well worth a visit if antiques are your thing.”
“Delicious meals and desserts. NOTE** Bring your own wine/alcohol to have with your meal. Glasses provided, no corkage fee.”
“St. Catherine's Church, on Thomas Street, in Dublin, Ireland, was originally built in 1185. It is located on what was once termed the "Slí Mhór" - a key route that ran westwards across Ireland from Dublin”