Derry Shopping

  • Shopping
    by BillNJ
  • Shopping
    by BillNJ
  • Shopping
    by BillNJ

Derry Shopping

  • Good place for inexpensive household...

    I needed to purchase some towels for my upcoming stay at An Teach Bán in Downings, County Donegal. I asked Barry (my B&B host) if he could suggest a store for inexpensive towels -- and he gave me directions to the combined Ethel Austin/Au Naturale Interiors department store located between the Foyleside and Richmond Centres. Here, I was able to...

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  • Centre City Shopping Mall with Currency...

    The Foyleside Shopping Centre opened in 1995 -- and is reputed to be Northern Ireland's largest shopping centre. The purpose of the centre's construction was to offer a hub for shopping in the north west of Ireland.After arriving at the Foyle Street Buscentre, a station representative told me that the nearest currency exchange was located in the...

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  • Multi-Level Shopping Mall in the City...

    Only a couple of blocks away from the Foyleside Shopping Centre, there is another multi-level shopping mall called the Richmond Centre. The Richmond Centre opened in 1984 - thus, preceding the Foyleside. My original purpose for stopping at the Richmond Centre was to use the public bathroom. Afterwards, I decided to eat at the Cafe Louis which is...

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  • Pedestrian Shopping Zone Undergoing...

    Waterloo Street is a city centre pedestrian zone with restricted motor vehicle traffic. Along this street, there are many shops, cafes, bars, and night clubs.In 2007, the Northern Ireland Department for Social Development announced the hiring of urban design experts to deliver an 8 Million Pound transformation of the Derry city centre. During my...

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  • Charming Shopping Area with a Geneology...

    After leaving the Richmond Centre, I saw a sign for the entrance to the Derry Craft Village. Before my trip, I recall seeing a short video clip about this place on the internet. In a nutshell, the Village is a reconstruction of an 18th Century street and 19th Century square -- with retail shops, workshops, cafes, and residential apartments. The...

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  • Time to shopping

    If you looking for souvenir or something for special, How about a hand made one ?And you can enjoy the window shopping, too.Coffee shop and Resutaurnat in there. Jewelly, Crystal, Cloth...etc , items crafted by local craftmen. Please spend money as much as desired.........

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  • Pretty much all here

    The Foyleside has everything from Boot's Pharmacy, to Eason's bookshop, to colthing stores like D2, Marks&Spencer's, and Next. Also have Virgin Megastore that's great, and there's a small food court on the upper floor. I did most of my shopping here. There aren't many souvenir stores here if I remember correctly. It's a nice shopping center though....

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