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    About Belfast

    Awarded as one of the best destinations in the United Kingdom for a city break, Belfast is the largest city in Northern Ireland. Vibrant and modern, it’s a destination of choice thanks to the rich mix of natural and cultural assets, great architecture, good food and extremely friendly inhabitants.

    The most iconic building in Belfast is the City Hall, a neoclassical pearl that is lit up in a variety of colours and designs at night. Another more modern building is the Titanic Belfast which stands on the very site where the world-famous ship was built. A six-floor structure in the shape of a ship housing the world’s largest Titanic visitor attraction, the museum offers a unique interactive experience where you can learn everything about the Titanic’s construction, launch and tragic end, including diving into the ocean to see where the Titanic now lies.

    Other attractions that shouldn’t be missed are St. Anne’s Cathedral in Donegall Street, the living heart of Belfast that is lined with restaurants and pubs, the Waterfront Hall and the Metropolitan Arts Centre - both award-winning buildings, and the Grand Opera House. If you pass by the Fountain Centre, be sure to admire the Alice Clock with its 24 bells that play on the hour and religious figures that alternate with characters from Lewis Carroll’s novel Alice in Wonderland.

    Another literary reference can be found at Cave Hill, a basaltic hill overlooking the city, whose most famous feature, Napoleon’s Nose which resembles a sleeping man, is believed to have inspired Jonathan Swift to pen his novel Gulliver’s Travels. Also on the slopes of Cave Hill is the Belfast Castle which offers stunning views over the city and a slice of its history.

    If you want to dive deeper into the history of Belfast, head to the Ulster Museum or take a Black Taxi tour of the murals in both the Catholic and the Protestant areas which will include Falls Road, Shankill Road and the Peace Walls. Just like Bill Clinton and the Dalai Lama did, you can also write your own peace message on the walls.

    Pamper yourself with a spot of shopping at the Victoria Square Shopping Centre, the largest mall in Northern Ireland, or at the St. George’s Market, the last surviving Victorian covered market, where you can enjoy the authentic taste of Belfast and free jazz concerts on weekends.

    Around Belfast

    Belfast is a green city with many beautiful parks and gardens, making it a perfect destination for families with kids. The most famous of these is the 28-acre Botanic Gardens near Queens University. If you long for a trek, you can explore the hills around Belfast which will offer you fantastic views of the nearby freshwater lake, Lough Neagh. Apart from gorgeous country landscape and scenery, you will also be able to explore several cotton and linen mills. Not far from Belfast are spectacular sandy beaches, frequented all year round by windsurfers but also perfect for a family day-trip, such as Tyrella Beach, Ballycastle Beach or Downhill Beach. A few of these can be easily reached by public transport.

    One of the major attractions in Northern Ireland is the Giant’s Causeway, at about an hour’s drive from Belfast. This UNESCO World Heritage site is a geological formation shrouded in mystery. Technically, it's the result of an ancient volcanic eruption, however, locals prefer to believe that this site is the stomping ground of the giant Finn McCool. Discover the legend for yourself during an exciting full-day trip.

    And last but not least, Belfast is home to Titanic Studios where the popular TV series Game of Thrones is shot. The rugged coast lines, historic castles and breathtaking scenery of Northern Ireland are the perfect setting for this epic tale. Many of the filming locations are just a short distance from Belfast and guided coach tours are organised to bring you to Winterfell, the Riverlands of the Tully family and the Twins of Walder Frey.

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