Greenmount B&B

45 Andersonstown Rd., Belfast, BT11 9AF, United Kingdom
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Sundays in Belfast?

by RosemarieBalistr

My family is traveling in Ireland this summer. We plan on staying in Dublin and taking the train up to Belfast for the day. Would Sunday ba a ggod day to visit Belfast or will everything be closed?

Re: Sundays in Belfast?

by Bilimari

When I was there over the weekend, many places were closed on Sunday, but some cafes, restaurants, bars and shops were open late in the morning and closed early in the evening.

Re: Sundays in Belfast?

by Spincat

everything will be closed

Re: Sundays in Belfast?

by northernireland6779

1stly please be aware that "IRELAND" and Northern Ireland are 2 different Countries not one country Northern Ireland is Part of the United Kingdom (England,Scotland,wales,NI=U.K) the south is commonly called the Republic Of Ireland, the currency is the euro in the Republic and UK Pounds in Northern Ireland so you will need some Pounds for your trip over the Border most shops in belfastwill b closed but there are alot of shops that stay open i have only been in Belfast once on a sunday (I'm from Northern Ireland)

Re: Sundays in Belfast?

by bcatton

Some of the responses you have received are incorrect. Most shops/stores are in fact open, though typically the hours range from 9am - 6pm.
Another thing which you might have to consider is the number of trains that operate on a Sunday. Go here for more information;

Re: Sundays in Belfast?

by gazstrong

Everything will NOT be closed on Sundays, its very much business as usual albeit the shops are only open from 12 - 6pm on Sundays.

Bars,restaurants and entertainment venues will all be open as normal.

trust me i know, i live in Belfast, maybe 10 years ago everything would have been closed but these days everything is the same as any big city in the UK.

Re: Sundays in Belfast?

by paddymc

yea every were will b clossed untill 1pm on sunday

Travel Tips for Belfast

Layers, layers, layers!

by diamond_skies

As with everywhere on the island of Ireland, you are best prepared it you wear layers of clothes.
This might sound like you need to pack a lot of clothes but if you coordinate your colours carefully (or just don't care!) you can get away with packing just a few items. There are plenty of shops in Belfast to buy extra layers in if you find yourself freezing.

If you have bought too much and need an extra bag, try Primark on Royal Avenue for a cheap bag.

For winter time (and only the very brave visit Belfast in winter!) a poloneck/turtleneck or other long sleeved top under a sweater with a heavy (waterproof) jacket is best. Don't bother bringing an umbrella - the fierce gales here will have it demolished in minutes! Bring a wooly hat and gloves, wooly socks and comfortable (waterproof) shoes. Temperatures rarely drop below freezing but if the wind is howling from Siberia, you will know all about it. For spring and autumn, the same thing will do but maybe add a t-shirt in case it warms up a bit. We quite often get a sort of 'false spring' in February where it will feel like a lovley sunny day and then will suddenly be winter again.

Summer, well, our summers are not really what most people think of summer weather! It can get up to 25C but mostly it will be around 15 - 18C. It may not rain a lot but it can be cloudy and gloomy a lot of the time. Again, layers are best - try a t-shirt, light sweater and light waterproof jacket. I think it is always best to bring 2 pairs of shoes on a holiday so your feet don't get too tired. It is a good idea to do that here so that one pair can dry while you wear the other pair. You don't need to pack any toiletries or medical supplies as there are plenty of shops around that sell them. Try Superdrug on Ann Street in the city centre for cheap items.

The Europa Hotel

by leics

A 4* hotel, but known as 'the most-bombed hotel in Europe' during the Troubles.

It was damaged 33 times by Provisional IRA bombs between 1972 and 1994, possibly because it provided a base for journalists and media people covering the Troubles.

The first manager, Harper Brown, received an MBE for keeping the hotel open. Once, the IRA brought in a bomb....he carried it out....they brought it in again.....he carried it out again. The IRA gave up. That time.

It's on Great Victoria Street, opposite the wonderful Crown Liquor Saloon and next door to the Opera House.

Glass Dancefloor

by kranstonakov about The Potthouse

The Potthouse has recently been bought over and i believe things are being sorted out in the restaurant, which has failed to compete, albeit in a very competitive part of the city. the nightclub, the sugar room, upstairs, attracts a young, sexy crowd and theres always plenty of money involved. The girls are nice and snobby, the guys something similar. Its a decent place for a night out but dont expect to have much sunday morning shrapnel. Smart, over 21s

Chinese delights

by clivedinburgh about Red Panda

There are two of these restaurants in Belfast and the quality of food is good in both. I have ate here on several occasions and the places are always busy so book ahead. The one not listed below is located in the Odyssey complex.

st georges market

by catherineneill

Free entry, opens at 5.30am (be here early for the best produce) St Georges Market is a long established market near the train station which has been running for year. Previously rather run down and tacky looking, it (like many other areas of belfast) underwent extensive renovation and now hosts a wide range of items and foods, fresh fish (the best in belfast) produce and local crafts. A restaurant is on the upper floor and on special occasions (xmas, st paddys day or easter) a special display is organised

Open 5.30am-1pm Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat


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Address: 45 Andersonstown Rd., Belfast, BT11 9AF, United Kingdom