Belfast is like nothing else. A city once divided, the capital of Northern Ireland is now well on the up.
Although it doesn’t cover a huge area, there are countless attractions packed into the small area that makes up the city, from the famous Titanic museum to the busy city centre, which is replete with world-class restaurants and world-famous Irish pubs.
Belfast tours don’t just involve the city. The nature surrounding the capital is awe-inspiring, from the magical Giant’s Causeway to the vast, rolling expanses of green where Game of Thrones was filmed. You can see both of those and much more on Belfast day trips, returning to the delights of the city in the evening. If you like to balance the great outdoors with metropolitan comforts, you’re in luck. In many ways, a Belfast holiday is the ideal city-break.
Many of the best attractions are by the water. This includes the Titanic Belfast Museum and the nearby HMS Caroline, a decommissioned Navy ship that’s been converted to a museum. Other cultural hotpots include the Ulster Museum, the Botanic Gardens, and Belfast Castle. A compact spot with plenty to do, Belfast really does have everything you’d want in a getaway.
Get ready for some of the very best of local artisan food and drink at St George’s Market.
With over 300 stalls, there’s plenty of food and drink (and souvenirs) to choose from in the capital's last surviving Victorian covered market.
Treat yourself to a taste of growing up in Northern Ireland and buy some Yellowman, a toffee-textured honeycomb that’s one of the country’s most beloved treats.
After a long day battling the sweeping winds of the countryside, or even just hiking around all the sights the city has to offer, there’s nothing better than an Irish stew as a restorative.
For those fond of a tipple, few Belfast tours would be complete without a visit to one of the many traditional local pubs. Don't forget to sample the local whiskey!
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