Mount Street Upper, Dublin,Georgian Dublin can be sublime,think of leafy oases like Merrion Square, the faded grandeur of Henrietta Street or big old birthday cakes like Leinster House.The view down Mount Street Upper brings something else to the party, however,in the shape of the Pepper Canister Church. Walk along the north side of the street and you’ll also find two wonderfully restored Georgian townhouses.
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THE LIBRARY BAR This is one of the greatest unheralded secrets in Dublin and a perfect spot to unwind after a long day and have a pint and clear those final emails that have been bugging you. Quiet with great table service and a world away from the hectic outside world this is one relaxing spot.
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TRINITY - DUBLIN Very few cities are lucky enough to have a University right in the heart of the city with grounds that are kept this well. No matter how much other colleges in the country improve they’ll never beat Trinity in terms of location.
The Great South Wall. Found beyond the industrial sprawl around Pigeon House Road, this hidden gem was built in the 1700s to shelter incoming ships and combat silting in Dublin Bay. The sparkling granite walkway stretches some two kilometres out towards Poolbeg Lighthouse, providing amazing views not just of the city skyline, but Howth, Dun Laoghaire and even the Sugar Loaf in Wicklow and Dublin Airport’s Terminal 2. It’s at once a hike and a history lesson.