Grafton Street, named after Henry Fitzroy—the first Duke of Grafton and the illegitimate son of Charles II of England, is Ireland’s most famous shopping street. It runs from St. Stephen’s Green to College Green near Trinity College. Home to many unique Irish retailers such as Brown Thomas and Bewley’s Grafton Street Café, it caters for both the high-end and the high street shopper. The street is also home to world renowed buskers and has become known as a launch pad for many musicians, including Bono!
With a host of cafés, bars and restaurants, no visit to Dublin should be without a trip to Grafton Street.
Range of shopping, restaurants, café’s & bars
Multi-storey car parks available
St. Stephen’s Green
In Dublin’s city centre.
Bus: All city centre bound buses
Luas (Green): St. Stephen’s Green
Grafton Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
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