When staying in Paris for a month visiting the local food markets was a ‘must do’ activity on my list. When we were in Melbourne for 3 months almost all of our grocery shopping was done in The Queen Victoria Market in the city (the husband got very good at knowing the best fruit and veg prices). Whilst living in Cape Town I would walk through the vibrant stalls in Greenmarket Square almost daily. So I began to wonder why on earth I don’t visit the fantastic St. George’s Market in Belfast City on a weekly basis. This award winning Victorian covered market is one of the city’s oldest attractions and the variety and quality of the produce on offer is as good as anywhere I have been in the world.
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