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St. Patrick Street is really nice, wide sidewalks, lots of room to meander at your own pace and plenty of shops to check out, from big brand names to small local curio shops. Right near the famous English Market too, so drop in there and...More
Wide pavements make Patrick Street pedestrian friendly . Modern lighting and primary retail outlets offer ample opportunities to empty your wallet/ purse and indulge in shopping therapy ! The adjoining streets have excellent restaurants and a variety of smaller outlets. Patrick Street has all a...More
Patrick Street is just so clean and lovely so cosmopolitan now. A great variety of shops and restaurants plus do not forget the myriad of side streets to wander off onto with great surprises. Do not over look some of the old fashioned looking shops...More
This has always been the main shopping centre in Cork city with a number of department stores, At the northern end by the Father Matthew statue is the Marchants Quay shopping centre with Marks and Spencer and other stores.
The street is semi pedestrianised with...More
One of the first place i landed when i first touched down in Cork. If you're from a big/moderate city and have seen Cork County, you will appreciate St Patrick street. Here lies most of commercial retailers you can find, from restaurants to branded shopping....More
St Patrick's Street runs in a curve from Saint Patrick's Bridge to Daunt Square, where it meets Grand Parade. The street obtains its curved shape due to its location over an arm of the River Lee.The street is home to a number of retail and...More