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Henry Street, Dublin

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Visit one of Dublin's most famous shopping zones at Henry Street, running from the Spire of London to Liffey Street. For more traditional shopping, browse some of Dublin's famous stores like Arnotts, or head to Ilac center, the oldest shopping center in the area, featuring stores like Dunnes Stores, Debehams, and Argos. If you are looking for something a bit more modern, check out the large Jervis shopping center. Its first two floors are filled with trendy shops like Forever 21 and Jack & Jones, while the third floor is lined with fast-food restaurants. Put Henry Street into our Dublin travel itinerary maker to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Dublin.
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  • There are two areas in Dublin if you want to clothes shop - Grafton Street on the South side of the Liffey and Henry Street on the North side. I love to wander Grafton for the openess, and street musi...  more »
  • We are staying at Riu Gresham which is a 100 mts away from Henry street. The place has all branded & scores of stand alone shops. It's full of shoppers & the street seems like a flood of people walkin...  more »
  • Pedestrian street with most known shops. Begins at the Spire and you can take a nice picture there. More affordable shops than Grafton Street ones.  more »