O'Connor Street is Dublin's most bustling commercial street, about two kilometers south from the famous River Lilligan Bridge, where the famous monument to the light is located. The streets are lined with shopping malls, cinemas and famous sculptures, and the crowds are very lively every day.
The O'Connell Street in Dublin is in the center of Dublin, surrounded by commercial hubs, with the famous European shops, not long streets but long history, and the famous Dublin Post Office building is in the center of the street. Every Irish National Day, there are crowds here. You must come here to see Ireland.
Built in the 17th century, O'Connell Street is the main street in Dublin and one of the widest streets in Europe. We were there when we were in the middle of construction, which was a bit confusing, but didn't stop us from feeling its old and bustling. This street stands the famous minarets of Dublin, the O'Connell Monument, and the O'Connell Bridge across the street from the River Liffey.
Can’t go to Dublin without visiting the iconic O’Connell Street! Can’t miss it because the Dublin Spire looms over the whole city.
A hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus, the perfect relaxing way to see Dublin.
just 10 minutes away from "Seaview"
Lovely wide boulevard running down to central Dublin. Good shopping off the side streets, or so the wife thought. :) The hotel staff advised me to watch my wallet, but as someone used to NYC it seemed very safe to me.