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The most popular convention centre in Belfast is The Mount Business and Conference Centre as it features on-site parking, air conditioning with temperature control, as well as natural lighting and airflow. The 12-room centre offers catering and easy accessibility, as well as Belfast hotel accommodations close by.
Some of Belfast's most popular dining experiences, with locals and visitors, are pubs serving traditional Irish fayre. The Kitchen Bar is a great example as it has been offering food service since 1869. It boasts a traditional menu and is famous for its Paddy Pizzas, made from traditional soda bread. Irish stew, sausages and champ, and ham and cabbage grace the menu, with all ingredients locally sourced.
Belfast is an eclectic mix of designer boutiques, family-run shops, and large high street stores. It features the Victoria Square, boasting four levels of high quality stores, food courts, and coffee shops. St. George's Market began in 1604 and is still hugely popular today. You can find antiques, handcrafted items, as well as local food and drink, and you can enjoy the free bus service directly to and from the market seven days a week, so whichever Belfast hotel you choose, you can easily access the market and other shopping opportunities.
The Titanic was built in Belfast. Because of this prominent history, The Titanic Belfast is well worth a visit, located in the Titanic Quarter on the waterfront. The largest Titanic exhibit, it tells the story of the titanic from the illustrious design through to her disastrous demise. Belfast Zoo is a popular attraction for anyone with a love of animals. The zoo has in excess of 1,000 animal species, and includes some of the most critically endangered. The zoo is also part of an international breeding program, attempting to repopulate a variety of species and save them from extinction.
Popular sporting events in Belfast include the traditional Gaelic Games, with events such as hurling, Gaelic football, Gaelic handball, and rounders. Watch the world famous Belfast Marathon on May Day or catch a cricket match at Stormont, Ireland's top cricket venue.