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Dublin Shopping

Whether you’re looking for department stores or unique little shops, you can find different types of Dublin shopping to do. Markets with tasty finger food and delicious bakery items are both a must see and must taste as well!

Shopping Streets
The most famous shopping street you’ll find when doing your Dublin shopping is Grafton street, which is where you can find Brown Thomas, Dublin’s most famous and expensive department store, as well as many other clothing, jewelry and photography stores. This street is also now an “Architectural Conservation Zone,” which means that the area’s rich historic charm and urban quality will be restored. Adjoining Grafton Street you’ll discover Wicklow Street where you can also find loads of stores. Do your Dublin shopping for Irish craft items and other tourist items on Nassau Street, and find all the large bookshops you’re looking for on Dawson Street. On the north side of the river you’ll find a vast area to do your Dublin shopping centered around O’Connell Street, where you’ll find the large department store Clery’s, and Henry Street, where you’ll find another large department store, Arnott’s, both having a long history. Stroll down Temple Bar Lane, Crow Street and Fownes Street to find alternatives to shopping at large chain stores, you can find a wide variety of gorgeous little boutiques in this area.

Shopping Centers
You can also choose to do your Dublin shopping in the different shopping centers or malls that you’ll find. On Henry Street, you can find two large shopping centers, the Jervis Center and the ILAC. Other shopping centers to do your Dublin shopping include Blanchardstown, Liffey Valley, and The Square in Tallaght. Come shop at Dundrum Town Centre, the largest shopping center in Europe that was awarded the title of Best Shopping Mall in the World in 2006. The Powerscourt center is another must see, as it is one of the Dublin’s most attractive shopping centers set in an 18th century townhouse, where you’ll find cafes, clothes, galleries, and Irish Designer jewelers.

Tip: When shopping at the Powerscourt Center, overpriced antique dealers can be haggled to bring their prices, sometimes up to 50%.

Shopping Markets
A unique Dublin shopping experience is to enjoy the special markets that feature vintage items, accessories, tasty treats, antiques and other fun stuff. Enjoy the tasty foods you can unearth at Temple Bar Square and Meetinghouse Square on a Saturday morning or afternoon, and enjoy the tasty little finger foods, baked goods and traditional fare you’ll stumble on. If you’d like to get fruits, vegetables or fish, be sure to stroll down Moore Street. Visit the largest designer market that shouldn’t be missed, Cows Lane Fashion and Design market, which is open Saturdays. You can find it outdoors on Cow Lane, or indoors at the Old Viking Center. Be sure to visit Castle Market for vintage clothes and much more. Enjoy your Dublin shopping experience!

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