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Northern Ireland's capital has seen vast regeneration of late and is now a buzzing city with cutting edge restaurants and bars. Yet Belfast is rightly proud of its fascinating Victorian industrial heritage and unique Titanic connection.
Food and drink
Belfast has restaurants, pubs and cafes throughout the city, so it won't be hard to find something to suit both your taste and your pocket. The famous Golden Mile is still the place for restaurants, but try the Cathedral Quarter for lively pubs. The more adventurous can seek out the alleyways of the Entries for a typical Irish pub, full of atmosphere and character.
For retail therapy try the main shopping thoroughfare that runs from Donegal Place to Royal Avenue, or the new Victoria Square centre. For chic boutiques, head to the south of the city to Lisburn Road in the Queen's Quarter.
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9th August 2020 by The Daily S'elf
At a time when we’re all looking for staycation inspiration, it can be easy to overlook cities in favour of heading to the beach. But considering just about everyone else has had the same idea, now is actually a great time to find good value on hotels and eating out, especially in Northern Ireland. When looking for places to go near me, a Belfast staycation was an obvious choice - no need for an epic trek, just two hours in the car from Dublin....
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