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Ireland In Your Bag!
One Of The Most Appealing Cities Of The North, Dublin Is A Town Of History And Entertainment. Here Are A Few Tips That Will Make Things Easier For Travelers To Dublin, Which Offers An Unsurpassed Shopping Experience.
The most important places for shopping in Dublin are Grafton Street in the city center north of the Liffey and Henry Street on the river’s south side. These two streets are within walking distance of each other.
Don’t miss the weekend markets for fabulous Irish food, creative designs and authentic handicrafts.
You can take the tram to the Ranelagh and Dundrum shopping districts.
For Dublin’s most famous antique shops, head for the Liberties district at Christchurch.
THE OLD MASTERS IN DUBLIN
An exhibition of works by artists like Mantegna, Degas, Watteau, Rossetti, Jordaens and others, Treasured Sheets: European Works from the Collection is coming to art lovers at Dublin’s National Gallery of Art of Ireland through the end of April.
DUBLIN THROUGH THE EYES OF JOYCE
A small book of 15 short stories by James Joyce, one of Ireland’s leading literary figures, Dubliners is a great source for the city’s history. The stories, set in the late 19th century, offer views on emigration, family relations, youth and old age.