Awaiting info about Belfast Christmas Market for 2017 – Info below is based on 2016
Market Place will be returning to the grounds of the Belfast City Hall (Donegall Square, BT1 5GS) for the 12th year for the much anticipated and highly popular Belfast Christmas Market! The gates will be open every day for visitors to explore a number of countries from across the world including Germany, Spain, France, Italy and a number of local traders. Santa will be visiting the market to meet families as there will be plenty of entertainment during our visit.
One of Belfast landmark buildings, the famous City Hall with its beautiful gardens, provides a wonderful backdrop for the Belfast Christmas Market, situated right in the heart of the City Centre and its wider retail shopping areas. The Market is situated directly alongside the central Bus link and taxi station so transport and travel are never far away.
These fabulous City Hall gardens are transformed into a bustling Continental village providing a great shop around Europe opportunity in the heart of this famous City Centre.
The Belfast Christmas Market also guarantees a real Irish welcome for all its visitors.
Among the retail theatre taking place each day, visitors will be able to avail of the now infamous culinary delights including a range of products such as cheeses, olives, Italian nougat, Belgian chocolates, French tarts, (made on site by a fantastic Breton Patisserie) Mouthwatering foods will be available for customers to sample and buy as they wander around the Yuletide market – giant Bratwurst sold from a traditional Schwenkgrille, Spanish Paella, exotic and rare meats from around the World such as Alligator, Impala, Kangaroo and Wild Boar. For those who enjoy Crepes one of the best Creperies in Europe will be selling both the sweet crepes and savoury Galettes alternatively the Dutch equivalent the Pofitjes (or mini pancakes) will be served with a variety of toppings. And of course bringing a great splash of colour is the Dutch Bulb and Plant Garden selling a fabulous array of bulbs, trees, shrubs, garden ornaments and bird feeders.
To warm you
The market features some fantastic refreshment areas such as the Continental Bar and Lavery’s traditional Irish Bar where you can hear some great live music or wander around the German Gluwein and Bratwurst Stands enjoying a great glass of warming mulled wine.
And more !!
And if all that shopping, eating and drinking doesn’t satisfy you, you can also take the family to visit Santa (supporting The Children’s Cancer Unit at the Royal Victoria Hospital for Sick Children) in his specially designed Grotto.
Mon- Wed 10am – 12 noon, the Belfast Christmas Market run the Buddy Scheme tours. These tours operate during quieter times of the market for people who may have accessibility issues. To book a tour please contact Market Place firstname.lastname@example.org
Market Place are thrilled to offer local primary schools the opportunity to take part in our FREE Educational Tours! These allow for young children to visit the market with their teachers to meet the traders, learn about all the different cultures being represented at the market and to try some tasty foods at the festive market!
- Slogan A Traditional Christmas Continental Market in Belfast
- Website www.marketplaceeurope.co.uk
- Listing categories Featured Market
- Location / Region UK / Northern Ireland / Belfast
- Market Location City Hall
- Date from November 18, 2017
- Date to December 23, 2017
- Paid Parking Yes
- Coach Parking Yes
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- Toilet Yes
- Food Yes
- Drink Yes
- Entertainment Yes
- Bus Donegal Square Bus Terminal is adjacent to City Hall
- Train East Bridge Street, Town Centre, Belfast BT1 3PB
- Tram None
- Tube None
- Airport Belfast City Airport
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One review on “Belfast Christmas Market”
Beautiful cozy lovely x-mas market, been living here almost a year now and it's a great place to wander for hours.. Love it!Cons
It's called "poffertjes" not pofitjes.. :-)