One of the most upmarket shopping thoroughfares in Dublin. Here you can browse outlets from many of Europe’s most popular retailers. Ann Summers, Lifestyle Sports, the Disney Store, JD Sports, North Face, Ray Ban, River Island and Levi are among the brands have set up shop here.
We recommend visitors sample a tea or coffee at the famous Bewley’s Café, which has served locals for more than one and a half centuries.
Licenced buskers often line the street, strumming everything from old Irish classics to modern pop, ensuring an energetic atmosphere throughout your experience.
Dublin’s iconic Spire serves as the start point for another of Ireland’s most well-trodden shopping street. Henry Street is located on the northside of the city. The 9, 122 and 16 buses from our complex will leave you at the Spire in 15-20 minutes.
Arnotts, Ireland’s oldest and largest department store (established 1843) can be found at the heart of the street. Two indoor shopping centres, The Ilac Centre and The Jervis Street shopping centre splinter off from either side.
Penneys, one of Ireland’s most famous retailers, is located toward the end of the street. It’s renowned for its very low prices, trendy stock and throngs of young patrons, all eager to pick up the latest fashion.
Along the street you can tip into many boutique eateries and cafés to enjoy luxury tea or coffee and a slice cake or scone.
Finally, be sure to pay a visit to the numerous street vendors, which typically flog fruits, vegetables and bric-a-brac from their street-side stalls. Vendors are typically extremely jovial characters and will always be up for a chat.
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