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The Lisburn Road is a main arterial road linking Belfast and Lisburn, in Northern Ireland.
Once a predominantly working-class area, in recent years the Lisburn Road has established itself as a cosmopolitan shopping destination with many upmarket fashion boutiques, jewellers & gift stores, health & beauty outlets, home & interiors shops, arts & antiques, cafes, wine bars and restaurants.
The influx of many overseas nationals to the Lisburn Road area has contributed to the multinational feel of the district.
It is often referred to as the “Style Mile” and extension of the "Golden Mile".
The road runs almost parallel to the Malone Road, the two being joined by many side roads. At the most northerly end of the Lisburn Road lies Shaftesbury Square, a busy traffic junction. The actual Lisburn Road runs from the nearby Bradbury Place to Balmoral Avenue, beyond which it becomes Upper Lisburn Road. The Upper Lisburn Road extends south to reach Finaghy, at which point it becomes Kingsway and then in Dunmurry it becomes Queensway, before finally becoming the Belfast road in Lisburn.
Landmarks situated along the Lisburn Road include:
Belfast City Hospital, The Samaritan Hospita, Methodist College Belfast, Belfast Chinese Christian Church, Windsor Park football ground, The Church of Saint Nicholas, King's Hall (Exhibition and Concert Venue) and Drumglass Park
The Lisburn Road offers shoppers the perfect day out in the heart of Belfast.