Here are 9 great ways to enjoy Belfast on a budget…
12-20 East Bridge St
Open Friday through to Sunday, the Market is a cheap way to buy high quality fruit and veg as well as speciality foods and pastries.
Fountain Centre, College St
From jewellery to household items, this is the perfect spot to find a unique bargain. Keep your eyes open for one of their 20-30% sales too!
For A Bite…
10 Ann St
Lunch at Little Wing isn’t going to cause you to even break your £5 note. For £4.75 you can have any 6″ pizza with an insalata mista or chicken Caesar salad. Yum!
26 Botanic Ave
Mexican food with an Asian twist. Dependent on toppings, weighty portions are around a fiver and have left many customers returning on a daily basis.
2 Malone Rd
You can sit outside close to the Botanic Gardens and enjoy a tasty breakfast at Maggie Mays for under £3 and their main meals cost not much more, most dishes range from £4 – £7.
For A Drink…
37 Bedford St
Wetherspoons proudly presents a large drinks menu with prices at around £2 -£3. They’ve recently expanded their craft beer range so it may be worth spending a little more.
2-4 Elmwood Ave
There’s always a drinks offer at The Parlour. With beer of the month priced at £2.50 and spirit of the month with a mixer for £3.50, it’s worth making a visit to one of their events, be it a quiz or DJ night.
For £8.50 a head at Paddy Campbell’s Black Cab Tour you and 3 – 5 of your friends can see the sights of Belfast from the comfort of a cab. From the political murals to the titanic’s history, just ask the driver what you want to see.
For some thrill factor pay £8 to experience a Ghost Walk and hear some stories of paranormal activity in Belfast. Locations include Crumlin Road Gaol, haunted taverns and hidden churches.