A few pub and bar suggestions include The Duke of York, which boasts a memorabilia filled bar where the crowds spill out onto Commercial Court during good weather, and The Dirty Onion which is situated in an old building with an exposed wooden frame and has live music seven nights a week, This is part of Belfast has went under Regeneration over the past ten years and is one of the main spots for Nightlife in the City, Fancy a Pint/Food? Hop off at stop number 29 on the Hop On Hop Off Tour ST Annes Cathedral and explore the Cathedral Quater.
Just a short distance from the City centre, You can Hop On Hop Off at Stop 6 and Explore CS Lewis Sqaure, Bronze sculptures, based on characters from Lewis’, ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ fill the space and you can take your time appreciating Irish artist, Maurice Harron’s work – including Aslan, Mr Tumnus, Mr and Mrs Beaver, the Stone Table and The White Witch. Nearby is the EastSide Visitor Centre – where you can find a map to help you identify the sculptures, find information on other things to do in Belfast, a gift shop, as well as the fantastic coffee shop ‘JACK’, named after CS Lewis which serves locally sourced produce. What a wonderful way to spend some time in Belfast, celebrating and enjoying the works of CS Lewis. A must see top free Belfast attraction, You can easily book the Hop On Hop Off Tour below
After a late night, wake up to a traditional Ulster Fry, an essential taste experience during your visit to Belfast. Visit St George's Market, a culinary and cultural adventure, with everything from fresh food to live music. For breakfast on the move, opt for a Belfast Bap filled with local bacon while you dander around the market stalls which are packed with handmade crafts, fresh food and antiques, The Hop On Hop Off Tour Stops here at Stop number 9 on the City Tour you can book the tour below