This street, with a pedestrianised section running from Trinity College to St Stephen's Green, is one of the most popular shopping streets in Dublin. Along with St Stephen's Green Shopping Centre you'll find all the staple high street shops, including Boots, H&M and a large branch of Marks & Spencer. Nestled among these are some real Dublin institutions.
Bewley's Oriental Cafe serves fine teas, coffees and food in opulent surroundings with huge stained glass windows, high ceilings and chandeliers. Nearby is Brown Thomas, Ireland's premier department store, selling upmarket clothes and luxury gift items. Just off Grafton Street is the Westbury Hotel, which is reputed to serve the best breakfast in Dublin.
During the day, particularly at weekends, this busy street has a wonderful atmosphere, with a host of buskers and street performers entertaining the shoppers.
|1||Grafton Street Lower (Provost House)|
|2||Suffolk Street (jct St. Andrew's Street)|
|3||Suffolk Street (jct Grafton Street)|
|4||Grafton Street Lower (Trinity College Main Entrance)|
|5||College Green (opp Trinity College Dublin)|
|6||College Green (jct Suffolk Street)|
|7||College Green (jct Suffolk Street)|
|8||College Green (Foster Place)|
|9||College Green (jct Trinity Street)|
|10||Westmoreland Street (jct Fleet Street)|