) runs from central Dublin
to the northwestern end of Pembroke Road
. It crosses the Grand Canal
near Haddington Road. It is divided into two sections:
- Lower Baggot Street (Sráid Bhagóid Íochtarach) - between the Liffey and Grand Canal.
- Upper Baggot Street (Sráid Bhagóid Uachtarach) - south of the Grand Canal.
Lower Baggot Street is distinguished by Georgian architecture, while Upper Baggot Street has mainly Victorian architecture with a few buildings of 20th century vintage. The Royal City of Dublin Hospital, Baggot Street is on the east side of Upper Baggot Street, just south of the junction with Haddington Road.