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A busy town and the most populous parish, St Helier is also the Island's capital and main retail center. While it offers a thoroughly modern shopping experience, you'll find that many of the old French street names survive, and many shop fronts still bear the names of their founders.
The town is named after the Island's first and most famous saint, who lived and preached in Jersey in the sixth century. Among its highlights are the parish church, with its mix of architectural styles, and the Central Market, dating from 1882 and teeming with fresh local produce, meats, fish and flowers.
The city is also home to the Island's parliament, which sits in the States Chamber in the Royal Square and is one of the oldest assemblies in the Commonwealth.
For more ideas on what to see and do in town and around the Island, pop into the Visitor center in Liberation Square.
The majority of St Helier's center is pedestrianized.
The bus system is good buy a day pass if you plan on going further from town center.
"Little Trains". Running from Liberation Square on a regular and frequent timetable, there is a full commentary on the way
Is not part of the Uk or the EU, so enjoy the duty free shops.
The Channel Islands have been in currency union with the United Kingdom and the Guernsey and Jersey pound are not a separate currency but are local issues of banknotes and coins denominated in pound sterling, in a similar way to the banknotes issued in Scotland and Northern Ireland
Public holidays are the same as the UK with the addition of Liberation Day on 9 May.
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