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St Patrick Street, Cork

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St Patrick Street, the main shopping street of Cork, has garnered two awards for Ireland's best shopping street. The 18th-century street curves from Saint Patrick's Quay to Daunt Square, where it meets Grand Parade. Head here when you are ready to spend and find great deals. Stores such as Brown Thomas, Dunnes Stores, Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, and Penneys line the way, along with a mixture of old and new pubs and restaurants. Take a short walking tour if you'd like a more in-depth look. Make St Patrick Street part of your personalized Cork itinerary using our Cork vacation trip planner.
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  • Pana as it's known to the locals has lost a lot of its character since the invasion of the large British dept. stores during the height of the Celtic Tiger. After being redesigned by Spanish urban arc...  more »
  • Very friendly people all around. Sometimes could be busy but quit calm and relaxing at the same time. 
  • The main street of the city, and local unrest and trade, maximum and zero point of a visit to the city. Cork is a small town and quiet, without the same glamour of other European cities and it is good that the visitor has it in mind to not be disappointed. Anyway it is interesting, mainly because it has beautiful buildings.
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