Friday, November 8, 2013

Dublin Markets

Like to shop? You are going to love Dublin. No matter where you go, you will never be far from temptation. Dublin has always been a fashionable city and this is reflected in the wide choice and variety on offer to the visitor. A must for all shoppers is the central shopping area, which runs from O’Connell Street to Grafton Street. Here you will find one of the best shopping areas in Ireland for concentrated and specialty shopping, at competitive prices.

Dublin's Markets

Dublin's market scene is an eclectic mix that will suit every interest, from Farmer's Markets and Flea Markets to Designer Markets and Pop-up lunchtime markets. Dublin's market scene sells everything imaginable from high fashion and accessories  to custom designed solid silver to costume jewellery, from hair styling to fortune telling, with lovers of music, art, books, specialty ornaments, memorabilia, stamps and coin collections, caf├ęs, and specialty foods all catered for!

Designer Mart at Cow's Lane
Cow's Lane, Old City Temple Bar , Dublin 2

This outdoor market showcases the very best of handmade craft & design produced by Irish and Ireland-based artists. Great for browsing for gifts, or a treat for yourself, the independent designers, craftspeople and artists are on hand to give you an insight into their craft and story behind any individual piece.

Georges Street Arcade
South Great Georges Street , Dublin 2

The Georges Street Arcade is a much loved landmark for Dubliners and Visitors alike retaining its architectural integrity, its unique shopping atmosphere and its special Dublin personality of warmth and humour. With over 50 shops and stalls the Georges Street Arcade has everything - cutting edge fashion for men/women and children, gifts galore, hairdressing, fortune telling, curios, collectables, and antiques.

Temple Bar Night Market
Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Dublin’s first art night market over the summer months of June, July and August, bringing artists and craft makers onto the streets of Temple Bar; Dublin’s Cultural Quarter.

Antique Quarter Francis Street
Martin Fennelly Antiques, 60 Francis Street , Dublin 8

Paris has the Left Bank and London has Portobello Road, now Dublin has its very own Antiques Quarter.

Art & Crafts Market
Art & Crafts Market, Newmarket Sq , Dublin 8

Don't pay through the nose for handicrafts in exclusive shops when you can purchase them straight from the artist in a fun market environment.

Ballymun Farmers Market
Irish Village Markets 7 Windsor Place Lanesville Monkstown Ave , County Dublin

The Ballymun Farmers Market runs every Thursday from 11am - 4 pm and is located on the new Ballymun Plaza, behind the Civic Centre.

Blackrock Market
19a Main Street, Blackrock, South Dublin

The market can boast of a unique mixture in new, second-hand and antique goods for the discerning buyer.

Dublin Flea Market
The Co-op, Newmarket , Dublin 8

The Dublin flea market promises to be a great day out with live music, food and plenty of bargains from vintage & second hand clothing etc. It takes place on the last Sunday of every month in The Co-op on Newmarket square, Dublin 8. There are 60 rotating stalls each month (40 indoor and 20 outdoor) selling everything from vintage clothes to second hand bikes, retro furniture and random odds and ends - pretty much everything you would expect to find at a flea market.

Ha'Penny Flea Market
The Grand Social, 35 Lower Liffey Street, Dublin 1

The Grand Social on Lower Liffey Street hosts a weekly Indoor Flea Market every Saturday from 12 noon till 6pm.

Liberty Market
Liberty Market , Meath Street, Dublin 8, off Thomas st. and the Coombe (Near Christ Church)

Dublin's world famous Liberty Market is located in the heart of Dublin's city centre just minutes from the famous Christchurch Cathedral.

Moore Street
Dublin 2

Scene of Dublin’s famous street barrow vendors. This colorful and lively street is a must for visitors who wish to experience a slice of life and get a flavor of Dublin through the wit of its people.

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