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Shopping in Dublin

Dublin is a well appointed shopper's paradise

Just a few minutes’ walk from Stauntons on the Green is Grafton Street,
a pedestrianised thoroughfare and the most prestigious shopping street in Dublin.
Large chain stores and small boutiques exist side by side, it's considered one of the best shopping areas
in Dublin. At certain times of year, it showcases a wealth of busking talent,
with a rich history of famous musicians performing there.

Brown Thomas Department Store is an institution in Grafton Street and always worth a visit, 
home to an impressive selection of Irish and international luxury brands.
St. Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre houses a wide variety of retail stores, a great place to pick up souvenirs. 
Powerscourt Townhouse centre is an elegant Georgian House, just off Grafton Street,  
perfect for sourcing antiques, arts, crafts and jewellery in one of its boutique stores.  

George's Street Arcade is Ireland's first purpose-built shopping centre, and one of Europe’s oldest,
located in the heart of Dublin city centre in the cultural quarter area.
Less than 5 minutes’ walk from Grafton Street and Temple Bar, this enclosed Victorian market 
offers boutique shops and stalls ranging from trendy clothing and jewellery,
to funky music, collectable items and ideal souvenirs.

Another popular shopping destination is Dundrum Town Centre.
Dublin’s newest shopping centre. You can take the Luas from St. Stephen’s Green to shop there,
at one of Ireland’s largest shopping centres with over 130 stores and a great selection of cafes, 
restaurants and its own cinema.

Henry Street, off O’Connell Street, on Dublin’s northside is a major shopping location,
featuring a variety of high street stores including the flagship Arnott’s Department Store.
It also offers two separate shopping centres, the Ilac Shopping Centre and Jervis Shopping Centre.
All within easy walking distance. 

Book Your Shopping Break today


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