If you enjoy shopping trips, Dublin city is the place to be with a great variety of shopping centres and unique shops located all over Dublin city centre.
Shoppers can stay at Hotels in Dublin while shopping in Dublin.
In many of the shopping centres in Dublin you will find many different stores for example, PC World, H&M, Topshop, New Look, Dorothy Perkins, Topman, TK Maxx, Perfume Direct and that’s only to name a handful of shops located in these Dublin shopping centres. Powerscourt Shopping Centre, located on 59 South William Street and it has a great range of shops to choose from. St. Stephens Green centre located in St. Stephens Green, Jervis Shopping Centre, situated on Abbey Street Upper, and The Ilac Centre on Henry Street, are all great centres to visit for those all-important shopping trips.
If you don’t enjoy the shopping centre experience then street shopping is an option and the Southside and Northside of the city are alternatives. Many unique stores including the famous Brown Thomas are located on the Southside which is between Trinity College and St Stephens Green. Various footwear shops and clothing stores are located on the Northside of Dublin which is generally known as Henry Street. Both sides of the city are brilliant shopping locations which are visited by locals and many tourists.
Visitors to Dublin can book their accommodation in advance at Dublin B&B when coming to the city for shopping.
Georges Street Arcade is a great place to shop where you will find shops such as clothes shops, book shops, jewellery, antique and collectables as well as a food market. This arcade has a warm inviting atmosphere where you can also visit a fortune teller named Julian De Burgh and also Keith Kavanagh, a gallery which sells some fine art works.
For people who prefer the atmosphere of a market, then you should visit the many markets in Dublin City. Every Friday from 11.00 a.m. until 6.00 p.m Smithfield Market is held at the Haymarket end of Smithfield near the Luas stop. There is a variety of stalls from food to jewellery. For those who appreciate art, Merrion Square Art is held at Merrion Square where artists show their art and here you can also talk to the artist and find out more information about their work. This market is held every week-end between 10.00 a.m and 6.00 p.m.
Dublin is a great place to shop where you will find everything you are looking for, you will not find the shopping atmosphere that Dublin has to offer anywhere else. As there are so many shops and markets to visit the choice is endless, and you will not be disappointed.