Posted 30 Nov 2010
Henry Street is one of the main shopping streets in Dublin. This is where you can find The Ilac Centre and the Jervis Street Shopping Centre. The shopping centers on this street contain over 60 shops. Arnotts, Dublin's oldest department store, can also be found here. The shops in this area are generally decorated with Christmas lights, which gives it a pleasant atmosphere.
Another main shopping street that focuses on creating a warm Christmas atmosphere is Grafton Street. Here, shoppers will find Christmas lights and carolers. Commerce on Grafton Street is focused on top designer labels. It is also where you will find St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre and the Powerscourt Shopping Centre.
Dundrum Town Centre
The Dundrum Town Centre is the one of the largest shopping centers in all of Ireland, featuring over 160 shops. If you are looking to get all of your shopping done in one location, the Dundrum Town Centre is the place to go.
Cow's Lane Market
Cow's Lane Market is one of Dublin's biggest designer markets. Located in the Temple Bar near the Liffey River, Cow's Lane offers a little bit of everything. It is a great place to go for unique gifts. Cow's Lane opens at 10 AM and closes at 5:30 PM on Saturdays only.
Dublin Docklands Christmas Markets
One of the best places to go for a festive atmosphere is the Christmas Market at the Dublin Docklands, located in George's Quay. Here, the Quay is transformed into a Christmas village containing nearly 100 stalls selling almost everything imaginable. Carolers are abundant and Christmas treats are plentiful. This Christmas village is available only from the 12th to the 23rd of December.
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