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If one wants to go on a shopping spree in Dublin, then Grafton Street, also known as Sraid Grafton is the first and the best choice. It covers a considerably large area of Dublin. Being one of the most fashionable shopping streets in the world, the Grafton Street has various hotels and restaurants around it as well. Most of Dublin’s famous brands like Weirs Jewelers, Laura Ashley, Oasis etc. can be found on the prestigious Grafton Street.
There are many famous cafes where people read poetry and drink. It is truly a very interesting aspect of the culture of Ireland. The famous Oriental Cafe can be mentioned in this regard. In the restaurants, one can enjoy a variety of world cuisines. One can see many street performers performing magic shows, dance, song etc, on the street. In a way the street is an important part of the cultural heart of this city.
The Harcourt Hotel in Dublin is at St Stephen's Green; within easy reach of the Grafton Street. Another interesting site to see is the famous statue of Molly Mallone carrying a shopping cart. The statue is made of black stone. The famous Trinity College of the 18th Century is also located near Grafton Street. An important feature of the street is that barring a few exceptions the whole area is only reserved for pedestrians. The national library and the national museum is not so far from the street.
If you are going during Christmas, the festivities on Grafton Street are not to be missed.
Grafton Street Travel Tips
- Shops and Retaurants have different timings.
How to Reach Grafton Street
- Dawson Street (Independent College) Bus Station
- Sabor Brazil – Brazilian, International
- Arch Bistro – International, bistro
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41.22% of people who visit Dublin include Grafton Street in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
31.18% of people start their Grafton Street visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Grafton Street
72.04% of people prefer walking in order to reach Grafton Street