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Do you live in Dublin or visit often, but have still not visited all of the attractions?
When visiting a city, people often park nearest to where they need to go, do what they need to do, and leave. Why not take a little extra time and see the sights?
When parking at our Clerys car park near the busy O'Connell Street, you have the opportunity to explore more of Dublin. Whether you wanted to walk across the River Liffey, go to the well-known Temple Bar area, or to visit St. Mary's Abbey and see the famous Dublin Spire, starting at Clerys means you won't miss the city's main attractions. It's also near the large shopping centres and independent shops.
You can get 25% off parking at Clerys with the promotion code CLERYS25
What to do in Dublin?
Socialise at Temple Bar
Temple Bar is the center of Dublin's cultural universe. Street musicians and artists, open-air markets and exhibitions create a festival atmosphere. You can see a performance (in no less than three theaters), stroll through a gallery, explore a market, listen to a band, or plunge into a café for the best people-viewing spot in Dublin.
Stand by The Spire
The Spire of Dublin , also known as the Monument of Light , is a 120-meter high work of art on O'Connell Street in the Irish capital of Dublin. The construction of stainless steel has a diameter of 3 meters at the base and measures 15 cm at the top.
It’s used as a meeting place as it can be seen easily among the surrounding tall buildings.
Visit St Mary’s Abbey
St. Mary's Abbey is one of Dublin's best kept secrets. It was once the wealthiest Cistercian Abbey in Ireland. Today only two rooms remain - the Chapter House and the Slype. The Abbey, founded in 1139, played a large role in the affairs of the state until its dissolution by Henry VIII in 1539.
Today it contains a fascinating exhibition put together by the Office of Public Works along with the Dublin Archaeological Society and the History of Art Department of Trinity College, Dublin.
For more attractions, please see the map below.
Inspired to see more of Dublin?
Book parking online at Q-Park Clerys now using the code CLERYS25 for 25% off.
Offer ends 30.06.2018.