With beautiful historic buildings, housing iconic Irish businesses such as Brown Thomas and Weir & Sons as well as the best high-street retailers, Grafton Street offers a shopping experience that cannot be found elsewhere.
Grafton Street has a great variety of retail stores that cater for high-end or high street shopping. Stores range from River Island, Office, The Disney Store to Ted Baker, Molten Brown and Catt Kitson. It is one of the primary shopping streets in Dublin city centre and offers a great selection of cafes, bars and restaurants as well as great shopping. Grafton Street is approximately 400 metres in length and runs from Trinity College to St. Stephens Green.
At the top of Grafton Street you will find St. Stephens Green shopping centre, home to an array of high street stores such as TK Maxx, Dunnes Stores and Boots. The Powerscourt Townhouse Centre is located just off Grafton Street and is a small shooping centre with a range of boutiques, antiques, arts and crafts. You will be sure to find an authentic Irish designed item here.
Grafton Street is not only one of Dublin’s main shopping streets, it is also considered a stage for aspiring Irish musician and artists. Some of the most famous buskers to have played on the street during their early musician years include Damien Rice, Glen Hansard and Paddy Casey. Every Christmas Eve, a number of great Irish musicians including U2 frontman Bono take to the street to busk for charity.
Grafton Street is the perfect place to visit during your trip to Dublin, you will be able to shop ‘til you drop but also immerse yourself in the city’s culture. If you are planning a shopping trip to Dublin, choose Maldron Hotel Parnell Square located just 1.5km and a 20 minute walk from Grafton Street. Book your shopping trip to Dublin and stay in one of Dublin’s most centrally located hotels.
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