Experience a Titanic city full of surprises and hidden gems. Soak up the lively atmosphere, stroll along fine Victorian streets, enjoy world-class visitor attractions and indulge in a cafe, restaurant and entertainment scene that can rival any city in Europe.

Belfast is quick and easy to get to, it’s just two hours from Dublin by car, bus or train. Or if you’re flying from Great Britain, you can travel to Belfast from around 20 different airports, with the London to Belfast flight taking just one hour and 20 minutes.

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Visit A Top Attraction

Explore iconic landmarks and must-see sights, such as Belfast City Hall and Titanic Belfast, or discover lesser-known treasures off the main streets.

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Have A Drink

Enjoy a locally brewed beer, perfect pint of Guinness or neat serve of Irish whiskey, in a traditional cosy pub. Best paired with live traditional music for the ultimate Belfast experience.

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Take A Tour

Discover Belfast’s history and culture with a wide range of guided and self-guided tours. From music tours to food tours, there is something to suit everyone’s tastes. Choose from taxi, walking, cycling and more.

Born and Bred Shopping

Head Out Shopping

Whether you’re after fashion, homeware or unique gifts, shopping for yourself or others – Belfast has it all! Take a trip to Belfast’s two popular shopping centres, Victoria Square and CastleCourt, for your high street favorites or venture along Donegall Place and Lisburn Road to discover Belfast’s independent retailers and exclusive boutiques.

Holohan's Pantry

Try Local Cuisine

Taste authentic local cuisine in Belfast from seafood out of the surrounding waters of the Atlantic Ocean to an Irish Coffee. Why not start your day off differently and tuck into a traditional Ulster Fry or Belfast Bap?

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Go For A Walk

Explore Northern Ireland’s beautiful scenery and enjoy the fresh outdoors with a wander through beautiful parks, gardens and forests in the city and beyond.

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