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Shopping in Worcester

Worcester is famed across the world for its beautiful porcelain and piquant Worcestershire Sauce. The modern city also offers a unique shopping experience. It mixes the very best of the UK's national chains (House of Fraser, Primark, Marks & Spencer, Next, H&M, Jack Wills and many others) with an unrivalled choice of one-off independent retailers found only at the heart of this world-famous city.

Offering one of the best shopping centres in the Midlands, Worcester is in a prime location if you are travelling by road, only a short drive from the M5 (junction 6 and junction 7), with plenty of car parking, coach drop-off points and a station right in the retail heart, so visitors can be busy enjoying their retail therapy literally within minutes of arrival.

The city's shopping is made up of a number of distinct areas, each with its own character: High Street, Broad Street , CrownGate, Cathedral Plaza, Reindeer Court and The Shambles, The Cross, The Foregate and Hopmarket, Friar Street , Charles Street and New Street and The Cornmarket and the newly refurbished Gallery (previously known as the market hall). For more information visit The Worcester Shop and Tourist Information Centre at the Guildhall, High Street.

Worcester's compact city centre is largely pedestrianised and offers a unique, traffic-free ambience for shopping and leisure visits. And with 100 or more places to eat and drink, from top-flight restaurants, traditional cafes, ancient pubs or modern coffee shops theres plenty of choice for a lunchtime break or teatime treat after the days serious shopping!

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