Get Fit

Train for the Marathon

The Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon returns to the city on 3 May 2020. Fancy taking part? Challenge yourself to run the whole 26 miles! Or take part in a relay team, eight-mile walk or fun run. Whether you’re a marathon athlete, keen walker, fundraiser or simply love a challenge, there is an event to suit you!

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Obstacle Course Races

Not interesting in road running? What about a 5K or 10K challenge on a muddy obstacle course? Jungle NI is hosting its fourth Rampage Run on 30 and 31 May, where you can tackle gut-busting obstacles and lashings of mud followed by an after party and camping.

Babel Belfast Outdoor Terrace

Rooftop Yoga

Start your day with a peaceful yoga session in Babel, Bullitt Hotel’s rooftop bar. The vinyassa flow yoga sessions run every Tuesday and Thursday from 7am, and are designed to increase mindfulness, improve mobility and reduce stress. Classes are suitable for beginners and are sure to leave you feeling energised and ready for the day ahead. Namaste!

Family Walking at Lagan Valley Regional Park

Winter Walks

It’s a great time of year to head out for a walk and enjoy the winter season and beautiful scenery in and around Belfast! From parklands to hill walking, read our guide to the best places to get your body moving and blood pumping on a brisk winter walk.

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Adventure Fitness

Getting fit doesn’t have to boring! Mix it up with some fun but physical sessions at We Are Vertigo’s Ninja Master Course. Test your strength on the jungle bars and hanging doors, and see if you can scale the giant warped wall. You can buy a combo ticket to include an indoor skydiving session too. Read our guide to Urban Adventures for more ideas!

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Get on Your Bike

Discover Belfast city in a whole new way while staying healthy, having fun and being more eco-friendly! Belfast Bike Tours run from the Titanic Quarter to the Big Fish, Cathedral Quarter, Belfast City Hall and Botanic Gardens; or join Belfast City Bike Tours to visit 30 points of interest on an easy paced tour. For those looking for a little bit more adventure, try the bike trails and jump parks at Barnett Demesne.

Be More Eco Friendly

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Take a Walking Tour

Walking tours are the perfect way to see Belfast and learn more about the city while reducing your impact on the environment. Take a free guided tour with Belfast Free Walking Tours, discover our maritime heritage on the self-guided Titanic Trail or get a taste of the local cuisine with Taste and Tour. If you love the arts, enjoy a Theatrical History Tour or experience the Belfast Traditional Music Trail.

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Support Local

Buying from local businesses is a great way to support the economy and be more environmentally conscious, given that they often have a small carbon footprint and source their stock from local producers. Belfast city centre is home to some fantastic independent retailers where you can buy everything from buttons to canvas paintings. Visit Sew ‘n’ Sew for haberdashery, Born & Bred for local art and Sawers for food and drink.

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Go Veggie

Belfast’s culinary scene boasts a vibrant range vegetarian-friendly restaurants. Whether you’re a vegan or simply trying to cut down on your meat intake, browse our guide to the city’s top eateries for vegetarians.

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Support Good Causes

Organisations like the National Trust and RSPB protect the environment, support wildlife and make sure that our natural landscapes continue to flourish. Support their cause by donating, becoming a member or simply by visiting their attractions. The National Trust’s Giant’s Causeway, Castle Ward and Mount Stewart, and RSPB’s Window on Wildlife and Rathlin West Light Seabird Centre offer brilliant days out that give back to a good cause.

Learn Something New

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Take a Course

Crescent Arts Centre offers an exciting programme of courses for all ages and abilities. From music, drama and dance to visual art, creative writing, languages and wellbeing, you’ll find courses in things you didn’t even know you could learn! You can take a one-day class or enrol in courses running for up to 12 weeks. There’s even children and family-friendly courses for little ones too.

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Make Jewellery

Want a new craft experience? Learn how to make your own piece of jewellery at one of NI Silver’s jewellery-making workshops. You’ll find out how to pierce, solder, file and polish a beautiful piece that you can take home with you, under the guidance of their experienced jewellery maker.

Beginners Set Dancing Workshop & Ceili

Dancing Classes

Find a new rhythm with Real Belfast Ceili’s set dancing workshops. Learn some basic footwork, steps and figures for some of the more popular set dances, then practice what you’ve learned with a ceili! This is an authentic Irish ceili dancing experience where you will be taught by an experienced teacher and have the chance to sample Irish cuisine too.

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Photography Classes

Take a photography class with Belfast Exposed to learn everything from basic skills to capturing landscapes, printing negatives and using Photoshop. Belfast Exposed is an independent, non-profit organisation and registered charity that aims to enrich people’s lives through the power of photography.

Read More Books

Make a new year’s resolution to read more! Belfast’s shopping district is home to plenty of bookstores where you can pick up new and classic fiction and non-fiction books. Find books by local authors and books about Northern Ireland’s political history in the Visit Belfast Welcome Centre. Or visit the Linen Hall Library, Belfast’s oldest library housed in a Victorian building, for a huge range of literature.

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