Home to the Exeter Bus Station
Paris Street, together with Bampfylde Street is the location of the Exeter Bus Station. When going in the direction of the city centre and the High Street, you will first notice the beginning of the Princesshay Quarter. The edge of this shopping development, that has brought many top brands to the city and helped make Exeter the regions favourite shopping destination, starts from the traffic lights and forms the complete left-hand side of the road running all the way along to the High Street.
As well as the shops along the route, the bus station and the main Park and Ride stop, Paris Street is also the location of Exeter's Civic Centre and the entrance to the Underground Passages.
Sofa Workshop, Hyde and Seek, and Real Food Store.
Exeter Shopping Directory
The Coffee Lounge, The Sandwich Shop, and there is also a cafe at the bus station.
Exeter Restaurants Directory
Places to see in or near Paris Street include:
Car parking close by at:
Princesshay Car Park, Bampfylde Street Car Park
Whatever your budget, whatever the occasion - you'll find most of what Accommodation Exeter has to offer right here from Hotels to Guest Houses....
Shops to satisfy everybody's taste from luxury to quirky - The City is becoming the region's favourite with ongoing developments that's attracting the very best in retail....
Are you looking for area attractions, a night out in the city, or may be a little history - There's lots of places to see and things to do in Exeter....
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