Whether your trip to Ireland is only for a City break or a longer trip, Belfast offers the vibrancy and energy of a capital city whilst being a starting point into the rural retreat of Northern Ireland and it’s rugged coastline.

The city lies at the mouth of Belfast Lough on Ireland’s North East coast. The city is  compact and easy to make your way around, whether you are travelling by car or on foot. Like all capital cities, there is a wide offering of  accommodations suiting all budgets, from family run B&B s, to well appointed self-catering apartments along the riverside, to modern city centre hotels. Not far from the city you can choose to stay in historical castles of luxury golf resorts.

The birthplace of the Titanic, Belfast’s industrial heritage is evident in creating a city steeped in culture and history. The new state of the art Titanic Belfast visitor celebrated the centenary of the ships fatal voyage. The Titanic experience can be visited in the city’s dockland are, along with the ship’s original dry dock and pump house  Other attractions worth seeing in the city include the Ulster Museum, City Hall, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum. Also, the city parks, gardens and art galleries offer a perfect haven to stroll around and explore at a leisurely pace.

Within a few hours of Belfast city, visitors can take a trip to the legendary Giant’s Causeway, walk across the Carrick a Rede Ropebridge, hike the Mourne mountains , fish in Fermanagh or visit the little picturesque villages that are commonplace.

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