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One side is pubs, shops, tourists, restaurants and more. The other is the most interesting "in the city" university that I know. Truly a great street with a lot of wonderful memories for me and many of my friends
Nassau street & Graffton Street are next to each other. very good shopping and places to eat. Visit the sweater store on Nassau street for your Irish sweaters. Good prices and quality. Easy walk from the O'Connell Bridge,,,about 10 minutes.
Wanted to do some shopping in Dublin. Went down Nassau street. Many stores and shops. We were a bit disappointed as many shops weren't open. On our visit most Dubliners were pleasant and kind to us. You can also find places to eat & drink...More
Nassau Street is a busy, vibrant street running from the top of Grafton Street along the side of Trinity College.
It has some nice shops, cafes and bars and some beautiful architecture but it's nothing especially worthy of too many superlatives.
Lots of buses as...More
We have been in this place for lunch one hour ago. The girl at counter was very unfriendly, she didn't greet us, she was pissed off and she just slammed the food on the bread. She was very annoying! I suggest to avoid this place!!
Nassau Street is not like Dawson Street for me. It has less shops and less places to eat. However, you can buy stationery for college, you can try Irish cookies and you can have a look at some Aran sweaters. With the LUAS works, it...More
This a great little area for picking up those mementos of your trip to Ireland.. High end... Nice street to take a stroll on ( that is apart from the on going road works ) Don't let that put you off though as it's also...More
Nassau Street is the perfect place to go if you are in the mood for some traditional Irish stuff. The Kilkenny design studios was lovely, full of some really quirky and interesting things by Irish designers. Also, the red open top bus tours stop in...More