O’CONNELL street Dublin Ireland |4K Walking in Dublin City Centre |Level 5 Lockdown|Travel with Atiq

The centre of Dublin has a very organic feel to it, with its winding, narrow streets and low buildings. There is only one grand avenue in the centre and that is O’Connell Street. The rest of the streets is much more human in scale. Few buildings in the city centre are more than four stories high and an appealing mix of 18th century Georgian and 19th century Victorian styles dominates most streets in the centre. Life in Dublin’s city centre is charming, slightly chaotic and fairly laid back.
O’Connell Street is a street in the centre of Dublin, running north from the River Liffey. It connects the O’Connell Bridge to the south with Parnell Street to the north and is roughly split into two sections bisected by Henry Street. The Luas tram system runs along the street.
Get fascinated by this amazing 4K walking video of this beautiful town.
Route Time stamps:
00:00 Dorset street
00:20 Frederick street N
04:40 Parnell square E
09:35 O’Connell Street
14:45 Dublin Spire
15:10 Henry street
17:00 O’Connell street
20:00 Abbey street
21:00 O’Connell street
23:20 O’Connell Bridge

places of interest:
The Gate theatre, Ambassador Cenima, Londis, Bar Murrays, Holidays inn Express, RIU, SAVOY Cenima, Dublin spire, general post office, Eason,


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