Sandwiched between the busy fare of Dame Street and the Liffey, Temple Bar is the city’s main cultural and entertainment district, with narrow cobbled streets and old warehouses which are occupied by short-lease studios, workshops and boutiques. Nowadays, as well as having more galleries and arts centres than you can shake a paintbrush at – even the helpful Temple Bar Information Centre on Essex Street East houses a small exhibition space for independent, “no-grants” artists. For serviced apartments in Dublin with a creative edge, then look no further.
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