Brighter days are here and it’s time to get back to Belfast for real life shopping trips. Back to eating out and raising a toast with friends.
Back to long-awaited coffee dates, fun-filled days and city adventures. Discover the stunning sights and breath-taking heights of the city. Explore epic green spaces, enjoy outdoor sport and walk or cycle the legendary Maritime Mile.
This summer, it’s time to get back to Belfast.
Belfast is buzzing again and as summer settles in, it's the perfect time to take a look at the top things to do to make the most of your time in the city.
Sunny Days in Belfast
There’s nothing like crisp blue skies and sunny days in Belfast to make everything that little bit more beautiful.
Summer Family Fun in Belfast
Summer is just around the corner and there’s lots of family fun to be had in Belfast. Plan a day out at these top attractions and activity centres.
Your guide to the visitor attractions, pubs, restaurants and shops reopening in Belfast, plus the measures they’ve introduced to keep everyone safe.
Family Friendly Summer Events
We’ve compiled a selection of child friendly highlights to add to your calendar this summer.
Places To Stay
Whether you want a quiet weekend away, or a place to rest your head after a night on the town, Belfast has great accommodation offers at a great price.
Come inside and sit down to dinner with friends or family in eateries all around Belfast. Browse these top places to go for delicious meals out. Don't forget to book your table.
Top Places for Lunch in Belfast
Looking for some inspiration for lunch? Grab a quick bite or leisurely meal as you get back to Belfast.
Top Restaurants for Vegetarians in Belfast
Belfast has no shortage of cuisine for vegetarian diets to choose from. Take a look at our top picks of restaurants in Belfast with their own vegetarian menus.
Family Friendly Restaurants in Belfast
With special menus and activities for little ones, have a look at some of our suggestions for child-friendly restaurants and cafés in Belfast.
Foodie Guide To Belfast
With a mouth-watering selection of bars and restaurants, Belfast is a foodie haven. Book a table for indoor or outdoor dining and get ready to feast.
Get back to retail therapy! Check out some of Belfast’s top shopping spots and stock up on summer essentials.
Northern Ireland's premier shopping and leisure destination, with over 70 fabulous stores and restaurants suitable for the whole family.
CastleCourt is a family friendly shopping centre with convenient car parking, all your favourite retail stores, cafes and coffee shops.
St George's Market
St George's Market is one of Belfast's oldest attractions and one of the best markets in the UK and Ireland.
Bag a souvenir to remember your trip to Belfast in these independent stores with locally sourced products.
Raise a Glass
From cosy, traditional pubs to elegant cocktail bars, bustling beer gardens to intimate indoor settings, get inspired for a great night out!
Top 10 Cocktail Bars in Belfast
Get back to raising a glass in some of Belfast's finest cocktails bars. Sample unique concoctions, classic mixes and local flavours.
Belfast Rooftop Bars
Take going for drinks to new heights at these rooftop venues, roof terraces and bars with a view in Belfast.
Beer Gardens in Belfast
Come rain or shine you can find a great outdoor space in Belfast to enjoy a cool beer or a cocktail. Take a look at these beer gardens and terraces.
Traditional Pubs in Belfast
Enjoy the ‘craic’ and soak up the history in Belfast’s longstanding traditional pubs.
Titanic and Maritime
Belfast’s Maritime Mile
Discover Belfast's Maritime Mile from the Big Fish to HMS Caroline, Titanic Belfast and The Great Light.
The free, self-guided Titanic Trail is available to download on your mobile device.
Glass of Thrones Trail Map
Find the locations of the Game of Thrones®-themed stained glass windows in Belfast, and follow the trail to the home of the throne at Titanic Studios.
Visit Titanic Belfast
Titanic Belfast is the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience and a must-see on any visit to Belfast and Northern Ireland.