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Outside The City

Dublin has many excellent shopping areas throughout the city centre, however if you do wish to try something further afield, we also have an impressive array of suburban shopping malls dotted around the outskirts of Dublin, some of which are so big they are town centres in themselves. They are all very accessible as we happily boast efficient transport routes to our outer suburban areas. The Luas tram line is an excellent service and also there are many equally accessible bus routes which take you direct from the City Centre.

The Square in Tallaght, Blanchardstown Centre, Liffey Valley Centre and the Dundrum Town Centre are to name but a few. For more information on these and others, take a look at our Shopping Centres Blogs.

All in all,  Dublin is one of Europe's top destinations for Christmas Shopping.

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Henry Street
Henry Street
Henry Street is one of the principal shopping streets of Dublin City Centre. Located perpendicular to the middle of O'Connell Street, it begins at Dublin's Spire and stretches west as far as Liffey Street, where it becomes Mary Street. It is a fully pedes
Grafton Street.
Grafton Street.
Grafton Street, located between Trinity College and St Stephen's Green, is by far Dublin's most famous shopping street and has been mostly pedestrianised since the 1980s.
Craft & Design Fair
Craft & Design Fair
Irish Made Gifts in the RDS from 5-9 December