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Books Upstairs

Critics' choice

This worthy independent bookshop has been going for decades and it continues to attract discerning punters, visiting writers and resident academics with its...

36 College Green

Cathach Books


Many a pleasant afternoon can be spent thumbing through the dusty, yellow-paged gems that fill the shelves of this charming shop. It's not cheap, but...

10 Duke Street

Connolly Books


Restored to its original location on Essex Street (after a temporary spell across the river in Bloom Lane), this political bookshop takes its name from...

43 Essex Street



Always busy, this long-established shop won't win any prizes for atmosphere, but it has a good selection of books over four floors.

40 O'Connell Street

Gallery of Photography

Art, Shops

A gem of a space in the heart of Temple Bar. This gallery's permanent collection of 20th-century Irish artworks is run in conjunction with monthly...

Meeting House Square


Critics' choice

Set near the National Art Gallery, Greene's is now one of Dublin's bookish landmarks. An impressive number of literary giants have walked through its doors...

16 Clare Street

Hodges Figgis


With wall-to-wall books over three tightly packed floors, Hodges Figgis tends to have a good selection of special offers on throughout the year, as well as...

56-58 Dawson Street

Hughes & Hughes


A decent chain with an especially strong selection of Irish fiction, Hughes & Hughes also keeps its eye in with smaller sections on history, cookery and...

Stephen's Green Centre
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