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Belfast Travel guide
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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
The building of this impressive Anglican cathedral stretched over more than a hundred years (1899 to 1981) which explains the variety of architectural styles. The sober interior has a military chapel devoted to the memory of Irish soldiers killed in ..
The town hall (1898-1906) was built to celebrate the granting by Queen Victoria in 1888 of a new statute to the town of Belfast. The building in Portland stone stands on the site of the old White Linen house (1784) and was designed around a courtyard..
Great Victoria Street
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..
15 Brunswick Street GB - Belfast BT2 7GE
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..
Great Victoria Street GB - Belfast BT2 7AP
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In the heart of Belfast’s city centre, this 4-star hotel is next to Great Victoria Street Railway Station. Guests can enjoy luxurious rooms and dining in the contemporary bistro. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available in all public areas. Spacious and ele..
Fisherwick Place, Great Victoria Street GB - Belfast BT2 7AP
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This Jurys Inn is located next to Belfast’s City Hall and Opera House. It boasts spacious rooms with flat-screen TVs, a 24-hour reception and a restaurant serving modern cuisine. Wi-Fi is available throughout the entire hotel. The stylish bedrooms a..
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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For a hassle-free airport departure transfer, book this private one-way transportation service from your Belfast city hotel to Belfast International Airport or Belfast City Airport. This easy and efficient transfer picks you up curbside at your hotel..
Leave Belfast to visit filming locations used in the ‘Game of Thrones’ TV series on a private tour, and explore the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway, too! While the epic fantasy drama has been filmed all over Europe, many of the key scenes are filmed i..
1 College Gdns GB - BT9 6BQ Belfast
This bustling brasserie is part of Queen's University and is just a short walk from the city centre. Those after coffee and cake - or a cocktail - should make for the bar, while the terrace is a great spot on a sunny day. Refined modern dishes are fu..
Great Victoria St GB - BT2 7BQ Belfast
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.
1 Oxford St GB - BT1 3LA Belfast
Top quality seasonal produce guides the menus at this buzzy, rustic restaurant, where the cooking is flavoursome and precise, with modern Scandic influences. The welcoming minstrel's gallery is now a bar and the large windows offer views over the riv..
33 Donegall St GB - BT1 2NB Belfast
This modern conversion is in the up-and-coming Cathedral Quarter. The long, narrow room has an open kitchen, where you can watch the chefs use the latest market produce to prepare globally-influenced dishes and tasty small plates.
34 Bank St GB - BT1 1HL Belfast
This popular seafood restaurant comes complete with a small shop and a cookery school. Blackboard menus offer a huge array of freshly prepared dishes; go for the classics, such as the Carlingford oysters, accompanied by a pint of stout.
28-40 Howard St GB - BT1 6PF Belfast
An elegant, intimate restaurant featuring a glass-fronted wine room and adjoined by a smart champagne bar. Top quality local ingredients feature on modern, seasonal menus and combinations are original and creative. Flavours are clearly defined and th..
21 James St South GB - BT2 7GA Belfast
Vibrant modern bistro that's popular with one and all. It's a simple place with red brick walls, a high ceiling and warehouse-style windows. Menus are classic brasserie style. The grill dishes are a hit and the succulent steaks are cooked on the Josp..
22 Wellington Pl GB - BT1 6GE Belfast
A popular restaurant with a deli and café to the front offering sandwiches and cakes, and a simple, rustic dining room to the rear. As its name suggests, cooking is straightforward, focusing on tasty, refined versions of dishes that are often prepare..