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Temple Bar

The Italian Corner could not be more conveniently situated. It is beside the River Liffey on Wellington Quay, within the famed Temple Bar area, a stone’s throw from O’Connell Bridge, a hop, skip and jump from the Ha’penny (Halfpenny) Bridge a short ramble to Dublin Castle, Christchurch Cathedral, and St Patrick’s Cathedral and convenient to Grafton Street, Henry Street and the traditional Moore Street markets. Also don’t forget to pay a visit to the Guinness factory visitors centre in James Street.

Trinity College, the Olympia, Gate, Abbey and Gaiety Theatres are all within walking distance. Temple Bar is the rejuvenated ‘West Bank’ of Dublin. Nightlife is abundant with real Irish Pubs, music venues, art galleries and cafes. Buses stop beside The Italian Corner and the nearest DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) station, at Tara Street, is less than ten minutes away. The new LUAS tram stops just across the Millennium footbridge from "The Italian Corner".

If you are seeking the best positioned accomodation in Dublin, you would be well advised to book early at our renowned Eliza Lodge guesthouse (situated over "The Italian Corner" restaurant) to arrange quality, comfort and great value rooms with our sister company Eliza Lodge.

Eliza Lodge

For more information or to make a booking visit www.elizalodge.com

Easily accessible, both "The Italian Corner" and Eliza Lodge are definitely on the map!

Dublin Scene

Dublin, the home of James Joyce, Guinness, U2, Sinead O’Connor, Riverdance, Trinity College and "The Italian Corner" of course, has grown into one of the most popular cities to visit in the world, or in which to live. Friendly, trendy, vibrant and culturally eclectic, there is a unique experience to be enjoyed in Dublin.

Whether your tastes include pub life, theatre, music, art, shows, sport, shopping, business, finance, museums, history and heritage, or all of the above, you’ve come to the right place. Nothing compares to Dublin music talent, and Dublin theatre is world-renowned. The Book of Kells, in Trinity College is a must when you visit Dublin, as are the National Museums, the National Art Gallery, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Christchurch Cathedral and the City Hall.

Horse racing, international soccer and rugby matches are a great experience. The recently renovated Croke Park (84,000 accomodation) is the centre of Gaelic Games – including Hurling, Football and Handball. Hurling is one of the most amazing games in the world when it is played at the highest level like an All-Ireland final.

After all of this activity there is nowhere better to dine and stay than at The Italian Corner and Eliza Lodge.