Browsing Month June, 2013

When the Sun goes down on Grafton Street

By at June 25, 2013 | 12:04 pm | 0 Comment

At night Grafton Street stays alive with the many late night bars, pubs and clubs on the street and the side streets directly off Grafton Street. Whether you are searching for somewhere to have a few quiet pints with friends or a night out dancing to Dublin's top djs, a night in the Grafton Street quarter is guaranteed to be a good one. Captain America’s is a great

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Welcome to Grafton Street online

By at June 18, 2013 | 8:05 am | 0 Comment

Welcome to Grafton Street online! GraftonStreet.ie explores the Grafton Street ‘experience’, with beautiful historic buildings housing iconic Irish businesses such as Brown Thomas, Weir & Sons and Bewley’s Grafton Street Café, Grafton Street offers an experience that cannot be found elsewhere. Grafton Street has a great variety of retail stores including

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Once on Grafton Street

By at June 13, 2013 | 10:58 am | 0 Comment

Once is a 2006 musical film set in Dublin that is centred around the relationship between a Grafton Street busker and a young Czech woman who is currently working as a flower seller but her real passion is music. The two meet on Grafton Street as the unnamed woman admires the music of the Grafton Street musician played by Glen Hansard who himself was once a busker on

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Boutique Hotels in the Grafton Street area

By at June 4, 2013 | 2:47 pm | 0 Comment

If you are looking for accommodation close to Dublin’s famous Grafton Street that offers something different then check out these great boutique hotels in the Grafton Street area. The Drury Court Hotel is a modern boutique hotel that is just a two minute walk from Grafton Street. The superb location of the 3 star hotel allows you to be at the centre of everything in

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About Grafton Street

Grafton Street was named after Henry FitzRoy, The 1st Duke of Grafton, he was the illegitimate son of Charles II of England who owned land in the area and was developed from a country lane by the Dawson family in 1708, after whom the parallel Dawson Street is named.

Grafton Street runs from the top of St. Stephen's Green to (Trinity) College Green.