Markets

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Ireland is very famous for its markets and here is a list of the best in Dublin, Galway and Cork.

George Street Arcade 

Adress: South Great George’s Street,  Dublin 2

+353 1 283 6077

Opening hours: 9:00-6:30pm (Mon-Sat), 12:00-6:00pm (Sun)

Dublin’s red-bricked Victorian style indoor market that will attack all senses – from the smell of Greek olives to the bright colors of Nepalese throws. It opened in 1881 as the South City Markets.

Moore Street Market

Adress: Moore Street,  Dublin 1

(01) 605 7700

Opening hours: 10:00-8:00pm (Mon-Wed), 10:00-9:00pm (Thu-Fri), 9:00-8:00pm (Sat), 12:00-7:00pm (Sun)

Moore Street Market is a  “typical Dublin” where dozens of traders set up their stalls, many of them specializing in fruit, vegetables and flowers.

Blackrock Market

Adress: 19a Main Street, Blackrock, Co Dublin

+353 (0)1 283-3522

Opening hours: 11:00-5:30pm (Sat-Sun and Bank Holiday Mondays)

Blackrock Market is one of the most famous weekend markets in Ireland. The market was established in 1996 and it is unique for its mixture in new, second-hand and antique goods typical in traditional European flea markets.

The Liberty Market 

Adress: Meath Street, Dublin 8

+353 1 2808683

Opening hours: 10:00-3:30pm (Thu), 10:00-4:00pm (Fri), 10:00-5:00pm (Sat)

Established in 1973, The Liberty Market in Dublin city offers the best bargains from clothing and jewellery to toys and garden supplies.

Temple Bar Food Market

Adress: Meeting House Square, Dublin 2

(01) 6772255

Opening hours: 10:00-4:30pm (Sat)

Every Saturday Temple Bar Food Market is held in the heart of cultural quarter in Temple Bar. A wide range of hot and cold food is available such as oysters, organic vegetables, Irish farmhouse cheeses, crepes and other fantastic food products.

Green Door Market 

Adress: 18 Newmarket, Dublin 8

Telephone: 086-4096201

Opening hours: 12:00-7:00pm (Thu-Fri), 9:30-4:00pm (Sat)

The Green Door Market is an indoor food market which offers an excellent quality produce such as organic fruit, organic meat and organic breads.

Dublin Flea Market

Adress: 12 Newmarket, Dublin 8

Opening hours: 11:00-5:00pm

Established in 2008 Dublin Flea Market is one of the most loved markets and it takes place on the last Sunday of every month. There are over 60 stalls selling vintage and second hand clothing, accessories, hand made and organic goods, second hand bicycles, art, furniture, vinyl, books, DVDs and loads of other quirky odds and ends.

Howth Market 

Adress: 3A Harbour Road, Howth, Co. Dublin

+353 (1) 839 4141

Opening hours: 9:00-6:00pm (Sat-Sun and Bank Holidays)

Howth Market is located near the Howth Dart Station and it’s opened during the weekend with twenty five stalls selling antiques, gift ideas, fruit, seafood and a huge selection of Irish and International foods such as Spanish, Indian, French, and Mexican.

Christmas Market at St Stephen’s Green 

Adress: St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2

Opening hours :12:00-8:00pm (daily)

It’s the first traditional Christmas market in Dublin city centre. Located along the exterior of St Stephen’s Green it offers a unique selection of Irish handcrafted gift items and seasonal food and drinks.



Galway Market

Adress: Church Yard Street, Galway

Opening hours: 8:00-6:00pm (Sat), 12:00-6:00pm (Sun and Bank Holidays)

The Galway Market is one of the oldest markets in Ireland. There are hundreds of stalls selling handcrafted items, excellent quality produce and a great variety.

Galway Continental Christmas Market

Adress: Eyre Square, Galway

Telephone: +353 91 394 396

Opening hours: 12:00-8:00pm (Mon-Wed), 10:00-10:00pm (Thu-Sun)

The Galway Continental Christmas Market is one of the longest running Christmas Markets in Ireland. Over fifty stalls from all over Ireland and Europe offer handcraft gift items and seasonal food. The market also hosts choirs, carollers and children’s workshops.

The English Market

Adress: Grand Parade, Cork

Telephone: 021 4924258/ 4924259 /4924586

Opening hours: 8.00- 6.00 p.m.(Mon-Sat)

Established in 1788, The English Market is one of the most famous food market in Ireland. It has become a tourist attraction and more multicultural with a great variety of fresh produce from all over the world.



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