Pub culture in Ireland is a serious thing and no visit to Dublin is complete without a pint of Guinness. I suggest you to grab yours at Temple Bar (“Barra an Teampaill” in Irish), the lively and historical quartier situated on the south bank of the River Liffey. The district got its name from the Temple family, whose members promoted the development of the area we now know as Temple Bar. Today, Temple Bar is cultural heart of Dublin City: here you will find plenty of galleries, buskers and street artists. It’s a very nice quartier to walk around! The area’s most iconic spot is the Temple Bar Pub, with its black sign and red walls. Walk into the pub, order a pint, enjoy it and make new friends. As W.B. Yeats once said, “There’s no strangers here, just friends who haven’t met”.
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