Belfast Shopping

  • Victoria Square Mall
    Victoria Square Mall
    by Jim_Eliason
  • Victoria Square Mall
    Victoria Square Mall
    by Jim_Eliason
  • Victoria Square Mall
    Victoria Square Mall
    by Jim_Eliason

Belfast Shopping

  • Fifty Shops

    Victoria Square is part of the old and part of the new. The interior is very contemporary and well designed making it fun to look at all it’s rounded details. They have very different stores than in the US so it’s fun to browse. There are some usual eating places like Starbucks, McDonalds and Pizza Hut, but you can bypass those and find something...

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  • Victoria Square

    This is a spacious, well designed shopping centre in the heart of Belfast. It contains mainly designer brand shops, eateries & a cinema. I wouldn't normally look round a shopping centre on a break, but it does have something that is worth a visit. In the roof there is a glass dome which gives you a panoramic view of the city centre skyline.

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  • Victoria Square

    This is the newest shopping complex in the heart of Belfast. At a cost of 400 million pounds and 6 years to complete, it's sure to attract a lot of business. With a total area of 800,000ft and four floors it's quite a sight to behold. The list of stores included is long and impressive, here are but a few; House of Fraser, H&M, Urban Outfitters,...

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  • ROYAL AVENUE

    THIS IS NOT A TIP FOR ANY ONE SHOP BUT AN ENTIRE STREET..OR IN THIS CASE AN AVENUE.ROYAL AVENUE IS STRAIGHT IN FRONT OF CITY HALL AND RUNS FOR ABOUT A HALF MILE.ON THIS AVENUE YOU CAN BUY ALMOST ANYTHING FROM NEWSPAPERS TO NEW CLOTHES AND LOADS MORE, PLUS YOU ARE SURE TO FIND THAT SPECIAL GIFT TO TAKE BACK HOME WITH YOU TO REMIND YOU OF BELFAST. IF...

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  • Cards

    This cute shop's literally packed with all kinds of cards: birthday, anniversary, get well, with children, animals, teddybears... The problem appears when you really have to decide which card to buy. cards of course, and postcards postcards-30p eachcards-depends

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  • Souvenirs

    In this rather small shop, you can find wonderful things like picture-frames, oil-paintings, calenders, clocks, mugs, postcards, perfumes, carvings, etc. Depends on how much you're willing to spend

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  • Castle Court Shopping Centre.

    This is Northern Ireland's largest shopping centre, so it's obviously one of the main places to shop. It's a two-storey mall of marble floors, glass domes, with plenty of natural light streaming in. There's over 70 shops including; Debenhams, Gap, TK Maxx, Principles, Boots, Starbucks, Virgin Megastore, etc, etc.

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  • A Bygone Shopping Age

    ROBINSON AND CLEAVER’S Department store that was!Situated right opposite the City Hall in Donegall Sq. North architects Young and Mackenzie built this grand building during 1886-1888 It used to be one of Belfast’s most well known department stores, Robinson and Cleaver’s Royal Irish Linen Warehouse. Fifty heads of the firm’s patrons pop out of the...

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  • Designer Discount Retail

    It is a large retail park with designer discount outlets such as Next, Marks & Spencer, Clarks, Levis and more. I got a pair black high heels from Clarks for only £15, Levis for only £30.Just be careful as a lot of products are marked as seconds and examine products carefully.

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  • Goth & Hippy gear

    Suzanne & I loved this shop straight away... it's full of Goth teenagers and bearded bikers but damnit, I would wear that kind of stuff too except that black does not always suit me! Here they sell the usual multi coloured floaty tops and skirts, hoodies with Limp Bizkit/Korn/Slipknot/Metallica etc on them. I loved their range of t-shirts and...

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  • Its too expensive and too shiney

    Belfast has a lot of what we call Spides. Young kids who give passers by abuse and were shiney tracksuits (usually white) with big white trainers and lots of gold jewelry. So lots of shops cater to them.Also there are lots of shops for clubbers. You know the stuff. Nice shirts and trousers. Desert boots blah blah.You need to look to retro shops...

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  • City Centre Shops

    Belfast city centre is rapidly filling up with the usual English chains but it is still possible to find some small, individually owned businesses. If you are looking for jewelry, be sure to check out the Queen's Arcade, there are several jewelry shops there, including one that specialises in amber and another that specialises in antiques. Linen...

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