Have you ever been to Belfast?
If your answer is no, then you should change it. It’s beautiful and the food is delicious.
For a quite long time, we put off our trip to Belfast in favour of visiting other places in Ireland.
But last weekend was a perfect time to go somewhere and do some sightseeing instead of sitting at home (yes, our apartment is lovely and a couch is so comfy…).
Belfast City Hall
I didn’t have any expectations. I got really good tips from one of my coworkers Patrick what to see and where to eat, read a little bit of my guidebook and we headed to Belfast. We were lucky to see Belfast almost empty. It was the bank holiday weekend, so you wouldn’t see too many people on the streets. It was somehow refreshing. Taking photos is easier when you don’t have too many people around.
Queen's University Belfast
Belfast is beautiful. I loved the architecture, even though some of the buildings look older then they actually are I still find them pretty.
The Parliament Buildings at Stormont
Lovely botanic garden.
Botanic Garden Belfast
When it comes to food in Belfast you can’t complain. Thanks to recommendation we had lovely dinner at Nick’s Warehouse. The food was delicious.

We went for a pint to the Crown Bar. The interior is just gorgeous.

Crown Bar Belfast
But something we really felt in love was St. George’s Market. Can we please move it to Dublin? Pretty please.
St. George's Market Belfast
You can find there a lot of different things – fruits, veggies, jewellery, seaweed, spices, bread.
Seaweed St. George's Market Belfast
We weren’t the only ones who decided to start a morning with breakfast in St. George’s Market.

Food stalls in St. George's Market Belfast
Waiting for breakfast.
Waiting for Belfast Bap in St. George's Market Belfast
Belfast Bap, it’s probably not the healthiest breakfast ever, but it was delicious 🙂
Belfast Bap in St. George's Market Belfast

Belfast is of course famous for its history. There are a lot of murals and places that remind you about it.


Hotel Europa that is known as the “most bombed hotel in Europe”.

Hotel Europa in Belfast

But Belfast is really safe city. It is considered the second safest city in the world behind Tokyo. And I must agree with opinion that people there are really friendly, we met a cyclist who just stopped for a chat when we were taking photos.
Of course Belfast is all about Titanic.

The new Titanic Belfast® is really entertaining.
Titanic Belfast® - Titanic Museum in Belfast
Titanic Belfast® - Titianic interior