Ah, the Irish Pub, the social focus around which
Irish culture finds recognizable form and generally the most consistently
visited of all Ireland's attractions. These days it is seldom that
any international city cannot boast of at least one offspring of Celtic
drinking culture. The original Irish pub still remains a rare commodity,
however, and this Traditional Irish Musical Pub Crawl is delighted
to be able to include several such establishments on its tours.
The pub crawl is led by two professional musicians who perform
tunes and songs while telling the story of Irish music and its influences
on contemporary world music.
Ideally situated in the heart of the city center,
the Temple Bar area is a hive of activity where artists, designers
and young entrepreneurs have set up small art galleries, cafes,
theatres and colorful shops. The pedestrianized streets allow you
to walk freely through the narrow cobbled alleys running close to
the banks of the river Liffey.
The Musical Pub Crawl visits a range of famous Irish bars which
Oliver St. John Gogarty's
The Ha'penny Bridge Inn
The Legal Eagle