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Based in Dublin’s Northside, Abbey Street has the Luas, Dublin’s tram and main transport system, running along it. This makes it an ideal location for easy access to most sites located along the tramline and not far from it. Furthermore, Abbey Street is only a short distance from Dublin’s bus and train stations, providing much convenience for visitors travelling in and out of the city.
Hotels on Abbey Street
Along Abbey Street and close to it are plenty of good hotels catering to all budgets. This includes basic to boutique hotels for visitors to the city. Hotels along Abbey Street are in a prime location to visit most of Dublin’s attractions by foot, or aboard the Luas when visiting sights further away.
Things to Do in and around Abbey Street
The most notable attraction along Abbey Street is the Abbey Theatre. Founded by the Irish writer WB Yeats, the theatre, also known as the National Theatre of Ireland, has a strong programme of performances throughout the year, attracting visitors and locals to its well-established theatre.
Not far from Abbey Street is Croke Park, the national Gaelic and Hurling stadium. Visit the stadium on match day or take a tour of the impressive stadium to find out more about these two important national sports. On a good day, visitors can even take a tour along the roof of the stadium and be spoiled by panoramic views over the city whilst doing so.
When referring to the north side of Dublin, Abbey Street is within walking distance of several other worthwhile sights. This includes the Old Jameson Distillery, built in 1780 and open to the public for tours and tastings. Another sight is EPIC museum, which lies east of Abbey Street and along the River Liffey. The museum has a collection of exhibitions and different areas exploring Irish immigration and its significance in relation to Irish history.
The Cityscape Hop-on-Hop-off Bus also has a stop along Lower Abbey Street, making it an easy location for those wanting to ride aboard it and experience the sights and sounds of the city. Not too far away also lies the infamous Paddy Wagon Tours for those wanting to book a wider trip around the whole of Ireland.
Shopping in Dublin
For any shopping needs, Abbey Street is very conveniently located close to O’Connell Street and the Jervis Shopping Centre, a huge shopping centre where many well-known clothes, electric and toy shops can be found. Then, when the shopping is done, the hotels and cafes along Abbey Street provide a great place to relax and unwind.
Only a short distance from Abbey Street, across O’Connell Bridge, is Temple Bar for those keen to soak up the area’s pub culture, live music and wider selection of eateries. Along Abbey Street are also several equally good pubs, restaurants and cafes for those seeking a more laidback afternoon or evening out. Many pubs will have bands playing live music into the early hours and not far from Abbey Street lie a nice selection of cafes to enjoy a brunch or lunch during the day.