It’s open every day from 12pm-10pm or 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
Window shopping Stroll along Wellington Street just west of Belfast City Hall (9) and you’ll find some great shops within steps of each other.
It’s open daily from 9am-7pm in the summer, hours vary slightly in other months.
Take a ride The city is compact, so you’ll rarely need to use public transport.
For a unique walk in the city centre, book in for a Street Art Tour (seedheadarts.com) which guides you through the incredible art and murals that line the streets of the Cathedral Quarter.
Walks run at 12pm every Sunday from outside the Dark Horse (15), for £8.
There’s nothing remarkable about the high street shops in the Victoria Square shopping centre (13) (victoriasquare.com), but head there anyway and climb up the spiral stairs into the glass dome for great free views of the city and out to the mountains.
Bear in mind a lot of the city’s shops are either closed on Sundays or operate on limited opening hours (usually 1-5pm).
Lunch on the run If you’re not too full from a morning of grazing, head into Coppi (7) (028 9031 1959; uk) opposite St Anne’s Cathedral (8), a contemporary Italian restaurant with a cool, industrial-chic vibe.The Duke of York (14) (02890 241062; dukeofyorkbelfast.com) is filled with antique memorabilia, cool copper tables and an old printing press (with some dirty words hidden within the letters).It’s open every day from 11am-1am, with shorter hours on Sundays and Mondays.Take a hike Get acquainted with the city and its culinary highlights with a guided food tour.The Belfast Food Tour with Taste & Tour (uk) starts at St George’s Market (6).