Pedestrianized Grafton Street, Dublin's most fashionable and down market. Named after the Duke of Grafton, it was pedestrianized in and the length is very short. Its length is about five minutes, you can browse, but you must be captivated by the hotels bruxelles
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Marks and Spencer's Grafton Street, Brown Thomas, Next and River Island shops, including some of Dublin's most famous, is. Such as Laura Ashley and more upmarket shops are located here. Stephens Green Shopping Centre and other nearby retail, Powerscourt Shopping Centre and include Westbury Mall.
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