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Walked from Piccadilly Station to the happening part of the city on a Friday evening. Despite the rain, I was pleased to see the jolly (not rowdy) crowd, the Christmas market selling clothing, trinkets and foodstuff as well as the various decorations by stores along...More
This is probably the busiest street in Manchester & along it you will find nearly every store you could wish for.
As we were in Manchester in December it was as you can imagine very,very busy and not really for my “cup of tea”.
We visited the Manchester Christmas Market on a bleak day, but were cheered up by what we saw. The market was spread all over Manchester, you turned a corner and there were more market stalls. There was a great spirit all day, plenty of stalls...More
We were in Manchester yesterday for a gig at the Albert Hall...which was a nice, small venue and the gig was great!.... However.....
Parking is very expensive so we pre-booked at the Mercurie Hotel car park. Finding it was an absolute nightmare.. driving through the...More
In short you see life in this street. The well heeled, the down trodden and Mr & Mrs average. A great choice of shops and store and wall to wall to wall busking and music.
You must stop and watch some of the acts, some...More
The largest stores such as Debenhams and Primark are at its Piccadilly Gardens end; TK Maxx and an entrance to the vast Arndale Centre in the middle; smaller stores at the end. Whilst the stores themselves are welcoming, the street itself is nondescript and fairly...More
One of the buzziest streets in central Manchester, this street encapsulates the spirit of Manchester's shopping-malls. Loads to shop along the street, and especially good for window-shopping as there is a lot on display. There are often street performers and crowd watching too. Wonderful atmosphere...More
Response from patchycat | Reviewed this property |
I don't know either. Knowing the council you probably do! Like David I suggest you use the city council website. Good luck
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What is the main shopping street in Manchester? (6 Replies)
just for general high street stores, Debenhams, M&S, Selfridges, etc.... Is it Market Street? thanks
August 18, 2011|
Debenhams and M&S are on Market Street, Selfidges is in Exchange Square but can be accessed through M & S by a walk way on either the 1st or 2nd floor, I can't remember which but it's obvious when you get there. It's the lingerie floor. The Arndale Centre houses many chain stores and King Street and the surrounding areas the expensive designer shops. Kendal Milne (House of Fraser) a large department store is on Deansgate. The shopping area of Manchester is quite compact and easily...More
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Tram stop advice ... (2 Replies)
Hi all Bring the wife up from Sunny Cornwall in a couple of weeks and looking to catch the Tram from the airport. We are staying at the Royal Mile Premier Inn in East Market Street and wondered which is the best stop to get off to walk to this location. Many thanks
April 24, 2016|
The tram stop will be St.Andrew's Sq. However the Airlink 100 bus from the airport goes to Waverley Bridge which is a bit closer to your hotel.
Bar in Kinsale--Can you check for me?? (1 Replies)
Hello!! We were recently in Ireland and our favorite bar in Kinsale was An Seanachai on Market Street. We just adored it but completely forgot to ask if they sell t-shirts or other items. I would love to surprise my husband with something from there for Christmas but they don't have a website. Is anyone in Kinsale and could check for me if they carry anything? Thanks!!
November 19, 2007|
If you don't get a reply from Marie, our local expert for Kinsale, you could try this email address: An Seanachai email@example.com. There's also a website listed but it doesn't actually get you a website for An Seanachai, just some sponsored listings... Good luck!