St Werburgh's Church
Lying west of Dublin Castle, St Werburgh's Church stands upon ancient foundations (probably from the 12th century), but was rebuilt...
Handel's Hotel (Site of Neal's Music Hall)
Christ Church Cathedral
Its hilltop location and eye-catching flying buttresses make this the most photogenic by far of Dublin's three cathedrals as well as one...
The best club night in the city is ostensibly a gay night but does not discriminate: clubbers of every sexual orientation come for the...
Queen of Tarts
34 Castle St · interesting places nearby
Bottega Toffoli information
Tucked away on a side street that runs alongside Dublin Castle is this superb Italian cafe, the loving creation of its Irish-Italian owners. Terrific sandwiches (beautifully cut prosciutto, baby tomatoes and rocket salad drizzled with imported olive oil on homemade piadina bread) and its pizzas are as good as any you'd get out of a Neapolitan oven.