Fashion & Shopping
Dublin has a number of shopping malls. Dublin is big enough to offer distinct shopping districts that are small enough not only to explore on foot, but to stroll between. Quirky markets, trendy boutiques, designer stores and chic cafés are easy to find. "Dundrum Town Centre" is the name of a shopping centre located in Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland. It's Ireland's largest shopping centre with over 169 tenants, more than 120,000 square metres of floor space and over 3,400 car parking spaces. It is located just south of the town centre of Dundrum.
The Blanchardstown Centre is a large shopping centre located in Blanchardstown, Dublin, Ireland. It opened in 1996 and was extended in 2004 to create extra retail space. It lies in the administration of Fingal. The centre contains around 180 stores. The anchor tenants in the Shopping Centre itself are Dunnes, Penney's, Marks and Spencer, H&M, Cotton On Megastore, Barratts, Debenhams and Zara. The Square Tallaght is the name of a shopping centre located in the heart of Tallaght, Dublin, Ireland.
The Square Tallaght was founded in 1990, which in 2015 celebrated its 25th anniversary. It is located at the junction of the Belgard Road (the R113) and the N81 and is beside the Luas terminus stop, The Square. The centre is spread across 3 floors and currently has up to 160 stores to offer, as well as plenty of other services which are available in the centre. When The Square Shopping centre opened it was the largest shopping centre located in the Republic of Ireland. Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is a shopping centre, which is located in Clondalkin in Dublin. The centre opened in 1998 and is located at the junction of the M50 motorway and N4 road. The centre was a replacement for a much larger complex mooted for the site, known as Quarryvale.
Northside Shopping Centre is a shopping centre that is located in Coolock, a suburban area in Dublin's Northside. There is also a swimming pool over the shopping centre which opened in 1970. In 2013 it was announced that a €5 million refurbishment was about to commence in the centre. The much needed revamp brought the centre back to life with new shops opening such as Heatons, Costa, fujifilm, northside opticians, well women centre and pulse accessories. The Ilac Centre is a shopping centre, located in central Dublin, north of the River Liffey. It has entrances opening onto Henry Street, Parnell Street and Moore Street.
Omni Park Shopping Centre is a shopping centre and retail park in the Republic of Ireland. Located in Santry, in the north of Dublin close to the M50 motorway. It comprises over 28,600 square metres (308,000 sq ft) of retail space in 86 retail units over 2 floors of an indoor shopping mall and also several outlets externally. Units range from 49 square metres (530 sq ft) to 3,213 square metres (34,580 sq ft). Swords Pavilions is a shopping centre, located in Swords, in North Dublin.
The centre is North Dublin’s premier shopping centre with over 80 shops, restaurants and cafes as well as the 11 screen Movies@Swords cinema. It has over 2,000 parking spaces. The Jervis Shopping Centre is a major shopping centre in Dublin, Ireland. Opened in 1996, the centre is located in the area bordered by Jervis Street, Upper Abbey Street, Mary Street, and Liffey Street. Irish people love to do is shop and they have no shortage of great centres in Ireland.
Ilac Shopping Centre
The Ilac Shopping Centre opened in 1981 and was the very first shopping centre in Dublin’s city centre. It has a very special place in the hearts of Dubliners and is still very much a place where everyone can go and get fabulous fashions at affordable prices alongside brand names such as Debenhams, River Island and H&M.
Jervis Shopping Centre
Jervis Shopping Centre is strategically located on Dublin’s busiest shopping thoroughfare Henry/Mary Street. The development is also in close proximity to Temple Bar and O’Connell Street. Since 1996 Jervis Shopping Centre has established itself as Dublin’s most successful and vibrant shopping environment.
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is located in Clondalkin in Dublin. The centre opened in 1998 and is located at the junction of the M50 motorway and N4 road. The centre was a replacement for a much larger complex mooted for the site, known as Quarryvale.