Bon Appetit Recommended: Belfast Culinary Trail

BFS-305 | Belfast, Northern Ireland | See Special Notes

from $219.95*

*Price displayed in US Dollars unless otherwise noted; excursions priced in other currencies may be available on select voyages only. Prices are based on the amount Princess typically charges for each excursion, but your price may vary by voyage date and departure time.

Tour at a Glance

You will visit:

  • Belfast Pubs Belfast Pubs

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Excursion Length:
Approx. 4 hours

Max. Group Size: 20

Tour Overview

Showcasing Belfast's top specialty food shops, this epicurean delight of a tour is an opportunity to sample gourmet foods, chat with local foodies and get a hands-on experience of Belfast's food trends and city culture.

Lace up your comfortable walking shoes and meet your friendly and knowledgeable guide for the start of this four-hour delectable cultural and culinary tour, showcasing the colorful heritage of Belfast and its gastronomic offerings.

A short motorcoach ride brings you to Belfast City. Your food trail will explore a variety of eating establishments in the city center, each specifically chosen to highlight the iconic foods of Northern Ireland. Your guides are avid food enthusiasts who take great care and pride in providing each guest with a rewarding experience. The best way to get to know a city is through its food, and this exciting tasting and cultural walk will certainly highlight what makes Belfast so appealing… and delicious!

As you stroll through historic neighborhoods, you will learn the country's folklore and interact with the locals who know and love the foods of Northern Ireland while experiencing the city's culture and history. This food trail gives you a true sense of what it means to be Irish and the people inhabiting Dublin today. Chat with gourmet shop owners, stroll marketplaces brimming with fresh produce and visit trendy gastro pubs serving up microbrews. At each establishment you visit, you'll be treated to a generous portion of a food or drink. No need for lunch after this walk!

Northern Ireland's cuisine is traditionally based on bread and potatoes. And although this simple peasant fare has endured, Belfast has seen a current trend in contemporary cooking and fusion cuisine with a twist. In addition to its food, Ireland is known for its whiskeys and beer, still the favorite beverage. Irish breweries are located throughout the country, the most popular being Guinness, brewed at St. James Gate, Dublin.

At the conclusion of the tour, your camera and your tummy will be filled with wonderful memories, and you'll welcome the chance to sit back and relax on the ride back to port.

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Detailed itinerary

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Special Notes


Suitable for vegetarians and those with food allergies

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