Shopping Areas in Worcester Reviews
Description:City streets, markets, shopping malls, large retail parks...
Newest Review: ... St train station and the bus station are both located centrally and handy for the shops. Shrub Hill station is a 5-10 minute walk from the city centre but if you arrive there look out for trains going to Foregate St. The banks and cash points are generally found towards the northern end of the city centre between the pedestrianised high street and Foregate St station or towards the top end ... more
Customer Shopping Areas in Worcester Reviews (2)
by - written on 27/07/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
The shops in Worcester city centre were a pleasant surprise given the fact that the city has a population of less than one hundred thousand. Although I have lived in the city for 13 years I remember visiting and falling in love with it before I moved in. On street parking is strictly limited during the week but there are plenty of car parks in and around the city centre. Charges vary with those closest to the shops tending to charge more and it's worth considering using the Perdiswell park and ride if coming by car (don't head for the sixways park and ride site if you want to go into the city centre). You can research car parking and the park and ride by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/01, updated on 24/10/01 (Very useful, 352 readings)
This opinion is written shortly after a trip to Great Malvern, a trip which included a half-day shopping in Worcester. Because of the short duration of the visit, much more could be written, I am sure, but as there are no other ops on Worcester's shopping, this resume may be better than nothing! I guess most visitors to Worcester will arrive by car. The town is reasonably well signposted, and there are clear signs for car parks. It's pot luck as to how near the town centre you park, but the multi-storey at the Crowngate Centre is about as central as you will find, I think. However, we parked outside County Furnishings, reassuringly close to Oddbins, and ... Read the complete review