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St Patrick Street, Cork

Categories: Neighborhoods, Shopping, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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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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  • Saint Patrick Street is a central and emblematic site of Cork City. If the idea is to eat and buy, it is one of the sites more accessible, and near the center of Cork. From supermarkets to boutiques, and Burger King sandwiches. All along its route.
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  • Although a native of Dublin I think Cork is a city that has kept its character. The area around Patrick Street is particularly good as it has all the essential shops and of course the English Market. ...  read more »
  • We spent 2 afternoons browsing shops, having coffee and hot chocolate, and people watching. There is a broad range of shops, pubs and restaurants. The English Market is a fun place to wander through, ...  read more »
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