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Hull is a great place to visit for all shopaholics looking for a bit of retail therapy. Hull has something for everyone from well-known high street chains to independent market stalls you will find everything from top name clothing brands to fresh fruit and veg.

St Stephens

St Stephens opened its doors in September 2007 and has quickly become one of Hull's top shopping destinations. Housing well known stores such as Next, Zara and H&M. Hull has gone through an economic regeneration during the 2000's and St Stephens' shopping centre is one of the best things that has come out of it.

Trinity Market

Open Monday to Saturday, Trinity Market in Hull is more than just a place to buy fresh fruit and veg. This historic indoor market offers a wide range of products and services such as musical instruments and equipment, art and picture framing, pet supplies, mobile phones and games consoles.

Princes Quay Shopping Centre

Princes Quay is the largest shopping centre in Hull. Built on stilts over Princes Dock, it is home to over one hundred stores. Whether you're looking for somewhere to shop, eat or watch films. Prices Quay shopping centre is the hub for all your needs whilst in Hull.


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