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    St George's Market

    Dive into the bustling energy and cultural fusion of St. George's Market for an unforgettable sensory experience
    Belfast
    Food & Drink
    25 mins to Belfast International Airport
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    Discover the delights of St George’s Market, where sounds, flavours and community converge in a historic setting.

    Think of Belfast, and food might not be the first thing that springs to mind. But this vibrant city is a hive of excellent cuisine, from innovative restaurants to super-hip third-wave coffee shops. Of course, to REALLY get a sense of Belfast’s buzzing food scene, the place to go is St George’s Market. Step into this historic market and you’ll be surrounded with a cornucopia of scents, sounds and sights, from the comforting aroma of freshly cooked bread to the sizzle of sausages from the Belfast Bap Co.

    Built in the late 19th century, St George’s is widely recognised as being one of the finest food markets on the island of Ireland and is a hive of activity right through the weekend. Friday kicks off with the Variety Market, a tradition that stretches back to 1604 and boasts more than 200 stalls laden with antiques, fruit, vegetables, books and more. On Saturdays, you’ll be treated to the City Food and Craft Market, while Sunday is a blend of the two with the Craft and Antiques market, with a little bit of food, music, culture and craic (fun) in the mix as well.

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    St George's Market, Belfast

    Need to know

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    St George’s Market is only open at the weekend from Friday to Sunday.

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    Entry is free and dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead.

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    The market is a five-minute walk from the Belfast Lanyon Place train station.

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