Dublin - Shopping (Chapter)
This is the Shopping chapter from Lonely Planet's Dublin guidebook.
In 2007 Europe’s busiest shopping street was Dublin’s very own Henry St, which saw an average of 16,000 frothing retail junkies an hour. Retail numbers have dipped with the global financial crisis, but if it’s made in Ireland – or pretty much anywhere else – chances still are you can find it in Dublin.
- head to the warren of streets west of Grafton St, for trendy little boutiques that share the narrow streets with funky secondhand shops, popular pubs and cute little restaurants
- ogle at the Prada frocks in Brown Thomas, Dublin’s most stylish department store
- find all the knit and tweed you could ever want at Avoca Handweavers or Blarney Woollen Mills
Coverage includes: Opening hours, Duty free, Dublin markets, Grafton St & around, Temple Bar, Kilmainham & the Liberties, North of the Liffey, Docklands and Beyond the Grand Canal.
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