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Dublin is world-famous as a shopping destination, offering an array of the finest retail outlets to suit every taste.

From the renowned Grafton Street area, where you will find Brown Thomas, the Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre and the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, to the wonderful Dundrum Town Centre, where you will find a wide selection of shops and restaurants under one roof, it is the ultimate place in which to engage in some much-needed retail therapy.

InterContinental Dublin is the ideal base for exploring Dublin’s shops as we are close to the city centre and to all public transport hubs. Stroll down Grafton Street, savour the Creative Quarter and wander into Temple Bar. From there, walk across the River Liffey and you will find Henry Street, O’Connell Street and the Jervis Street Shopping Centre.

Along the way, stop in any of the wonderful restaurants, coffee shops and bars for which Dublin is world-famous and just watch the world go by.

After a day enjoying all the shopping the city has to offer, you can make your way back to us quickly and easily and relax in comfort in our pool or spa or in one of our restaurants or bars.

Below are some of our recommendations for shopping in Dublin.

Grafton Street

Dublin’s main shopping street is known for high-end luxury and is home to Brown Thomas, Ireland’s flagship department store, while both the Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre and the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre are located just off it. The pedestrianised street, which runs from Trinity College Dublin to St Stephen’s Green, is always a hive of activity and colour and is famous for its fashion, its flower-sellers and its buskers. It is a must-see for any visitor to the city.

Temple Bar

Known as the Cultural Quarter, Temple Bar is a hotspot for tourists by day and by night. During the day, you can wander its small, cobbled streets and browse in a range of eclectic stores and galleries. There is always so much happening in the area which is why it is one of Dublin’s most popular tourist destinations. It is also home to plenty of wonderful eateries and coffee shops for when you need to relax and refuel.

O’Connell Street

From Temple Bar, it is a short stroll up the River Liffey to O’Connell Street, Dublin’s main thoroughfare and home to the GPO and the Spire as well as to a range of well-known High Street shops. Located just off O’Connell Street, you will find Henry Street, a slice of old Dublin filled with variety, colour and character. Well-known shops – including Arnotts Department Store – and busy malls line the street and both the Jervis Street Shopping Centre and the Ilac Centre are nearby.

Dundrum Town Centre

Outside of the city and accessible via the Luas light rail system, Dundrum Town Centre is Ireland’s largest shopping centre and home to many of the world’s most famous brand names. There is a vast array of shops as well as a cinema, restaurants and coffee shops. For the perfect day out of retail therapy, it is an unbeatable location.

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