Are you looking for a city break just before the Christmas holidays? Belfast's Christmas Markets are said to be among the most festive and lively markets in the country. And, even better, our Serviced Apartments are located in sought-after areas throughout the city, you can choose from:
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Visit Belfast's well-known Christmas Market. The Christmas Market is back, whether you're looking for gifts, food, or fun!
From November 20 to December 31, the Belfast Christmas Market in the City Hall grounds will offer an award-winning taste of Christmas.
The Market's food court with bench seating returns this year, as does the historic Helter Skelter, which offers breathtaking views of the whole Market and the much-loved carousel.
With a lot of St George's Market vendors engaging in the seasonal festivities, support for local food and craft has soared. Pappas Minerals and Tapitas, Rossi's Ice Cream, and the fantastic social company Outside In, who will be donning their tinsel and Santa hats to serve the homeless, will all be returning.
With 32 nationalities from all over the world bringing all sorts of unusual foods and gift ideas, the Market still offers something a little bit different: crêpes from France, Dutch pancakes, Belgian chocolates, an exotic selection of ostrich, wild boar, and crocodile burgers, giant bratwurst from the iconic Schwenkegrill, Spanish paella, and Italian sweets.
The Market's opening hours are:
Monday to Wednesday
10 am - 8 pm
Thursday to Saturday
10 am - 10 pm
12 noon - 6 pm
Only the front and side gates provide access to the Market. The Market has no entrance or exit through City Hall.
The rear gates on Donegall Square South provide 24/7 access to City Hall.
Please keep in mind:
A Covid passport, proof of immunisation, proof of a negative Covid test or lateral flow test during the last 48 hours, or evidence of a positive PCR test within the last 30 to 180 days will be required. This will be asked for at the door.
About St George's Market
Why not visit St George's Market during your stay? St George's Market was built between 1890 and 1896. For its fresh, local goods and welcoming environment, the Market has garnered local and national titles and honours. The NABMA Great British Market Awards awarded it the UK's Best Large Indoor Market for 2019. St George's Market is open Friday through Sunday and is a great weekend destination with live music and an energetic atmosphere.