Belfast is the vibrant capital of Northern Ireland and the gateway to the stunning and dramatic countryside of rural Northern Ireland. The city offers great shopping, stylish bars and restaurants, great pubs to hear traditional Irish music and a plethora of historic and cultural attractions, especially connected to the city’s industrial heritage, such as ship building. A few hours from Belfast and visitors can marvel at the Giant’s Causeway, walk the Mountains of Mourne, fish in Fermanagh and explore the many picturesque villages.
Go on the Titanic trail in Belfast and visit the Titanic Quarter and learn about Harland & Wolff that built the ship, and visit locations such as Titanic’s Dock and Pump-house, once the centre of Harland and Wolff’s operation. The world’s only completely authentic Titanic experience, Titanic Belfast opens on 31 April 2012
Visit the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum and discover what life was like 100 years ago from the way people lived and went to school to the transport they used
Visit the Armagh Planetarium a world-renowned astronomical educational establishment established in 1968 to complement the research work of Armagh Observatory, where visitors can tour the fascinating exhibition halls, view the space models and visit the Mars 3D room
Quench your thirst at the Crown Liquor Saloon a splendid gin palace built in 1826 and one of the best-known landmarks in the city
Discover the city’s literary tradition on a ‘Literary Tour’ using the free Belfast Literary Guide that highlights many interesting trails
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