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Shopping In Dublin

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With Dublin being the capital city of Ireland, there is no shortage of shops around. With iconic streets such as O’Connell Street, Henry Street and Grafton Street.




The famous Brown Thomas which has been open since 1849 still holds its unique Georgian style outside while having modern furnishings inside. It is located in the heart of Dublin city on Grafton Street. It contains all the high-end brands such as Gucci, Prada and even has its own coffee shop within the shop. Not only do they sell clothes but they have homeware, shoes, bags, perfume, make-up and everything you desire.




If you are looking for a more down to earth, quirky place to shop, why not try George’s Street Arcade. It is a Victorian-style building that stretches through an archway. It contains jewellery stalls, record stores, quaint coffee shops and a wine store too. You can even have a tarot card reading if you are looking for any predictions in your future while you shop!




There is a market held in Powerscourt that has plenty of stylish boutiques and plants to be purchased as well. It Is an unusual shopping experience that also sells food and drink as well. Stationary and books can also be purchased here.




If you are looking for more of a vintage vibe, there are multiple vintage stores around the city such as Nine Crows, Lucy’s Lounge and Tola Vintage. Also, Dublin Vintage Factory is located right beside Temple Bar.




For books and stationery why not try Hodges Figgis which is Ireland's oldest book store. It was founded in 1768 and has been evolving ever since. It has every type of book and stationery to choose from. It is located on Dawson Street right across from Stephens Green.




Why not cross the road and head over to Tower Records. Here they have the biggest selection of records, CDs and electronic devices around. It has two floors and contains every genre of music and a huge selection of record players and high-end speakers.


You will not run out of shops to visit as they are all within walking distance. You may have a good time but your bank account may say otherwise!



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