Things to see and do - Belfast
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The capital of Northern Ireland, a vast shipping and industrial metropolis, is booming as a result of the dual effect of a long-awaited lasting peace settlement and a period of significant economic growth. The city has been revitalised and will surprise those who come here with traditional preconceptions; the most visible sign of all this is the revival of its old city centre.
Tourist attractions Belfast : Things to see and do
Great Victoria Street GB - Belfast BT27
The Victorian interior is richly decorated with tinted glass and tiles in lively colours which are reflected in the arcaded mirrors behind the long curved marble bar. Inspired by his journeys to Spain and Italy Patrick Flanagan built this cafe like a..
Botanic Avenue GB - Belfast
The lower floor is dedicated to craftwork and the decorative arts with attractive collections of glassware, ceramics and jewellery, and to Natural Science collections. Levels 1 and 2 depict the history of Ireland from prehistoric days and in particul..
Antrim Road GB - Belfast BT36 7PN
Belfast zoo opened in 1934. There are spacious green areas for the deer, big cats and kangaroos. Waterfowl and pink flamingos congregate round the large lake, and an aquatic complex houses penguins, sea lions and polar bears. Other attractions includ..
Waring Street GB - Belfast BT1 2DX
Premier Inn Belfast City Centre (Cathedral Quarter) is situated in the heart of the city centre. Castle Court Shopping Centre is just a 5-minute walk from the hotel and The Grand Opera House is just 1km away. A private bathroom and air conditioning ..
100 Castle Street GB - BELFAST BT1 1HF
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Welcome to the modern ibis Belfast City Centre Hotel with Free WiFi & Free Parking Mon - Thur. The city's shops, restaurants and nightlife are right on your door including Titanic Belfast, City Hall and Odyssey Arena, ideally located for all transpor..
15 Brunswick Street GB - Belfast BT2 7GE
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Situated in Belfast centre, Travelodge Belfast is a 10-minute drive from George Best Belfast City Airport. With spacious rooms and a traditional restaurant, the hotel has a 24-hour front desk. With fresh, modern décor, the bedrooms at Travelodge Bel..
Leisure activities Belfast
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Giant’s Causeway and other top Northern Ireland attractions on this full-day tour from Belfast! Traveling by luxury coach, you’ll stop to see Carrickfergus Castle, the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and the O..
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Travel from Belfast International Airport or Belfast City Airport to your hotel in Belfast. This easy and efficient one-way transfer picks you up curbside at the airport and takes you directly to your accommodation. Transfer services are available 24..
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With this 24 hour ticket aboard an open-top double-decker bus you can see the Wall Murals in Falls Road and Crumlin Road, and the Botanic Gardens, City Hall, Albert Clock plus much more. With great views from the top of the bus, strategically placed ..
21 James St South GB - Belfast BT2 7GA
Smart side-street restaurant with a Victorian façade, a bright dining room and a semi-open kitchen. Classical cooking relies on quality natural produce, prepared simply so that flavours shine through. Service is efficient and organised.
22 Wellington Pl GB - Belfast BT1 6GE
Popular restaurant with a deli and café to the front, and a simple, rustic dining room to the rear. Cooking is straightforward, focusing on tasty, refined versions of dishes that are often prepared at home. Informal, efficient service.
Great Victoria St GB - Belfast BT2 7BQ
Bright, three-roomed restaurant on the first floor of a stylish hotel. If you're in a group choose one of the large communal tables; if you're a couple, opt for one of the intimate booths. Concise menus feature modern Irish dishes.
St Annes Sq GB - Belfast BT1 2LD
Set on the ground floor of a purpose built property in the Cathedral Quarter. It's big and buzzy, with rustic furnishings and leather booths, and staff are bright and friendly. The menu is Mediterranean with strong Italian influences and the homemade..
36 Howard St GB - Belfast BT1 6PF
Long-standing restaurant consisting of a smart modern brasserie - serving classically based dishes of local produce - and a small seafood bar offering a concise selection of fresh fish and shellfish. Service is polite and organised.
21 James St South GB - Belfast BT2 7GA
Vibrant modern bistro with a high ceiling, a marble floor, red brick walls and warehouse-style windows. Classic brasserie menus; the grill dishes are a hit and the succulent steaks are served on boards and come with a choice of sauces.
34-36 Bank St GB - Belfast BT1 1HL
Popular, split-level seafood restaurant with a small shop, a large rear bar and a cookery school. Blackboard menus offer a huge array of freshly prepared dishes; go for the specials or the Carlingford oysters accompanied by a pint of stout.