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Flights and Hotels in Belfast

Accommodation in Belfast is spread around the entire city from Duncairn Avenue in the north to Hampton drive in the south and from Springfield Rd to Upper Newtownards Road along east west. Whether you are here for business or leisure, you will find all kinds of hotels in Belfast. Being one of the top trending destinations of Europe, the city centre offers all kinds of accommodation for couples, families as well as young groups. Most of the hotels in Belfast have a bar and restaurant and a swimming pool onsite. The grandeur of this global city is reflected in its town architecture which is as magnificent as the rich history and culture of the city.

Belfast Overview

Belfast, the capital and the largest city of Northern Ireland is located in its northeastern part. It is not only the capital but also the 2nd largest city on the island of Ireland. Home to significant historical sites like Industrial Revolution, RMS Titanic, and many others. This completely industrialized and economically developed city offers an urban experience on your Belfast holiday. The city experiences rainfall around half the year with summers from May to October, which is ideally the best time to visit Belfast.

Where to Stay on your Belfast Holiday

You can find many international chain hotels in Belfast, like Park Inn, Hilton, Radisson Blu, Wellington, Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, Ramada, etc. These great hotels in Belfast are ideal for families and couples. Duncairn Ave, Edward St, Queen's Bridge, Shaftesbury Ave, Boucher road, Hillfoot street, Hampton drive, Lisburn road, Rathdrum St, are all lined with hotels and apartments. Apartments in Belfast are also a largely preferred choice by groups of friends and couples. You can find all kinds of apartments in Belfast, as there is something to suit every taste, whether you are looking for modern polished rooms or Victorian and townhouse style accommodation in Belfast.

Things to See and Do in Belfast

The rich history of Ireland is reflected in the city’s grand museums, the largest of which is the Titanic Belfast located on the site where RMS Titanic was built, that also offers underwater exploration theatre and display vintage and historical ships like HMS Caroline and SS Nomadic. Ulster museum, Belfast Castle built 400 m above sea level in the 19th century and also offers breathtaking views of the city and hills, Albert Memorial clock, Museum of Orange heritage, Irish Republican History museum, HM Prison Crumlin Road which is the only remaining prison of Victorian era, are some of the worth visiting museums. Nature lovers would love to visit the Victoria park, Streamvale Open farm, Botanical gardens, Belfast Zoo with over 150 endangered species and Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park. If you are looking for more you can watch a show at the Lyric theatre or Grand Opera house or try a game at the Escape room.

Nightlife in Belfast

The city centre is also the epicenter of Belfast nightlife. With a wide choice of bars, pubs and night clubs, this place is the centre of attraction for young crowd all over the city and invites party lovers to groove till late night. Limelight is one of the best nightclubs with live music and DJ nights. Thompson’s Garage, Ollie’s club, Chinawhite, are some other great nightclubs in Belfast. If you are looking for traditional Irish pubs then Kelly’s Cellars, The Dirty Onion and Yardbird, Fibber Magee, are the best choices offering amazing beer and great food. Duke of York, Whites Tavern, Harp bar, the Woodworkers, McHughs, Bittles, Filthy McNasty, are some other well-known pubs here. You can’t miss an evening at the Belfast Empire music hall with 3 floors of bars and multiple genres of music.

Food options in Belfast

The traditional Irish cuisine involves a lot of use of locally produced vegetables and meat. Irish stew, corned beef, shepherd’s pie, bacon and cabbage, boxty, coddle, etc. are some of the must try traditional Irish dishes on your Belfast holiday. The modern cuisine is a fusion of Irish with British and Scottish cuisine. All around the city, especially the town centre, you will find various restaurants lined offering international cuisines like Italian, Indian, Mexican, etc. You can find all sorts of restaurants here from upscale fine dining to urban bistros, family buffets to traditional Irish. Howard Street, Darcy’s Belfast, Lantern, Muddlers, Coppi, Nu Delhi lounge, Kurrito are some of the popular restaurants based on guest experience.

Shopping in Belfast

Being the 2nd largest city of Ireland, Belfast offers shopping options like no other. You will be spoilt for choices with so many mega shopping malls and centres and designer stores. The largest mall Victoria Square offers one of the best shopping experience with numerous stores and fashion brands. The Castlecourt shopping centre is also lined with all kinds of designer and sports brands. The Kennedy Centre is yet another popular shopping hub. The town centre is bustling with many other local shops and some smaller malls and plazas too. These are best for buying gifts, souvenirs, books, paintings and frames, jewelry, etc. For street shopping the Inns market held every first Saturday of the month, St. George’s market and Smithfield market is a haven for buying antiques, collectibles, traditional art and crafts, clothing, accessories, etc.

What you need to know about Belfast

Before you book your Belfast holidays, it might be interesting to know some unknown facts about it. The land that makes up Belfast has been occupied since the Bronze Age. Its location at the mouth of the River Lagan made Belfast an ideal location for the shipbuilding industry. Cavehill is believed to have inspired author Jonathan Swift’s sleeping giant in his Gulliver’s Travels novel. John Wood Dunlop invented the pneumatic tire in Belfast. Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven was first played live in the Ulster Hall.

Fast Facts about Belfast

Currency: Euro

Language: Irish

Nearest Airport: Belfast International Airport (BFS)

Direct Flight time from Dublin to Belfast: 40 minutes

Transfer time from airport to Belfast: 35 minutes


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10/10 Amazing

30 September 2013

city break

Young city with plenty to see and do

The best thing about my stay was ...

lots to offervthe tourist

10/10 Amazing

21 August 2012

Great City

We found this city to be one of the loveliest we have visited. The people were so so friendly and helpful. There is so much to see, do and absorb there! We took a bus tour - Red Bus. That was brilliant! We also went to the Giant's Causeway - this you must do! Incredibly wonderful and spectacularly beautiful.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The friendly people and the variety of things to do there.

10/10 Amazing

18 November 2011

Lively City

Not enough time in the day to see everything. City bus tour was really good

The best thing about my stay was ...

The shops

10/10 Amazing

21 March 2011

Lively

Great buzz about belfast - went to belfast for a concert at the Odyssey. Stacks of things to do & see in Belfast - the Irish have a great sense of humour !

The best thing about my stay was ...

People

10/10 Amazing

06 August 2012

Belfast centre

Lovely city, very friendly people. Enjoyed bus tour and Titanic Exhibition, lots of great shops and shopping centres. St George's market well worth going to on Sunday. Loads of pubs and restaurants to chose from. The Crown Bar and TGI were the ones we visited.

The best thing about my stay was ...

All of it was excellent.

10/10 Amazing

22 November 2010

Great value shopping

Very impressed with christmas shopping choice. However, Belfast christmas market stocked mainly food stalls.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Shopping and sightseeing experience

10/10 Amazing

07 November 2012

Belfast is Fab!

Belfast is a fab place to shop. All the shops you will ever need is here! People very friendly.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Shops

10/10 Amazing

07 October 2012

Fantastic city

People so friendly. Amazing restaurants and great for shopping!!

10/10 Amazing

11 June 2012

Belfast

Loved Belfast fabulous city, lovely people lots to see, really liked it

10/10 Amazing

10 December 2013

very central

great for shows and shopping

The best thing about my stay was ...

nightlife

10/10 Amazing

11 June 2012

Good

Belfast was buzxing

10/10 Amazing

04 April 2012

Lovely City

Belfast is a lovely and friendly place, a really nice shopping adventure.

The best thing about my stay was ...

lovely resturants and bars

10/10 Amazing

13 September 2010

busy Belfast

Belfast was buzzing, lots of shoppers, good pubs and restaurants

The best thing about my stay was ...

social aspect and shopping

10/10 Amazing

18 June 2012

Buzzing

We went to see the Titanic and do some shopping - both went beyond our expectations - would highly recommend

The best thing about my stay was ...

Shopping

10/10 Amazing

03 October 2011

First timer in Belfast

Visiting city for the first time and found a fantastic place with wounderful people. The red bus hop on hop off tour is brilliant the guides are first class and so good I did it twice. Good shops pubs and food that are out of this world. Music on the streets was so good I wish that I had had time to find some in the pubs, but alas , not on this trip. The development around the Titanic area is interesting and will get even better,the university and zoo area are a great place to wander. I will be back.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The pubs, the food and the people

10/10 Amazing

05 May 2011

Belfast

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10/10 Amazing

10 February 2013

GREAT

HAD A GREAT FEW DAYS IN BELFAST. PEOPLE VERY FRIENDLY WOULD GO AGAIN.

The best thing about my stay was ...

EVERYTHING

10/10 Amazing

17 September 2012

great

Great city for shopin eatin out an nite life brill

The best thing about my stay was ...

nitelife

8/10 Great

24 September 2012

Good lively city

We are only a 50 minute drive away from Belfast so are very familiar of it. It was an ideal location as the shopping is very good. You have a great variety of places to eat in and also a good selection of pubs and clubs to choose from.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Plenty to do

8/10 Great

15 October 2012

City with a lot of attractions!

Belfast is a fab city, with plenty of shops and night life. Everyone is friendly and the pubs are all buzzing!!

The best thing about my stay was ...

the people