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The Unmissable Spots in Belfast


by IMAGE
30th May 2015
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Belfast

Belfast is one of the coolest cities to visit right now. Not only has it been at the centre of  The Fall, the capital is bursting with amazing shops and foodie spots. Here’s what we love.

Stay at … The Fitzwilliam. The hotel is right in the centre of all the action and has a super interior vibe. Love.

Eat at … Made in Belfast. The food is here is proper grub. We tried the fish and chips and couldn’t get enough – plus it’s cheap. A lunch main is €10 and more food than you can handle.

Shop at … Maven. The interior store has loads of great home finishes and the girls here will give you a few great tips on local spots, too. Keep your eyes peeled for Kiehls and Crabtree and Evelyn in the city centre.

Swoon over… the incredible murals and artwork both political and historical. Belfast is a visual gem of a city.

 

Visit … St Georges Market, the biggest in the UK. The paella is to die for here.