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Holidays To Belfast

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Belfast is the capital and largest city in Northern Ireland. Belfast has been historically known as a centre for the Irish Linen industry, tobacco processing, rope-making, and shipbuilding. The city of Belfast came to prominence as the location where the ill-fated RMS Titanic was built, giving it the reputation for having the largest and most productive shipyard in the world. Holidays to Belfast will never be boring, as there are plenty of things to see and do. As a city of art, culture, industry and education, the city has a lively cultural scene as well as a friendly population. Among its many attractions are the Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, the Grand Opera House, Belfast Castle, SSE Arena, Belfast City Hall, Lyric Theatre, Cavehill, Kingspan Stadium, the Golden Mile, Ten Square, Belfast Zoo, Waterfront Hall, St. Anne’s Cathedral, Carrickfergus Castle, Albert Memorial Clock, Mount Stewart, Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park, among many others. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to make your trip to Belfast a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to Belfast with us and experience this amazing city in Northern Ireland at its very best.


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Time Zone

UTC+00:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Ryanair, KLM, Brussels Airlines, Aer Lingus


English, Irish

Best Time to Travel

May to September

Modes of Transport

Car, Bus, Plane, Train, Ferry, Boat

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.29 EUR

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Titanic Belfast

A tribute to the Titanic and testament to Belfast’s maritime past the Titanic Belfast is one of the city’s largest attractions. The iconic building holds nine interactive exhibits that chronicle’s Belfast’s historical and metamorphosis from a powerful shipbuilding nation to a top tourist destination. This is the very spot the unfortunate Titanic was built.

Waterfront Hall

The Waterfront Hall is a top rated entertainment venue offering world class performances. It is located a mile from the Titanic Quarter and enjoys a scenic spot overlooking the River Lagan. Opened in 1997 the centre has held performances of top notch entertainers, performers and exhibits.

Ulster Museum

Since its recent refurbishment this museum is now a must visit attraction. Just 5 minutes from Waterfront Hall the Museum is home to an excellent collection of 2,500 year old Egyptian mummies, ancient relics, priceless artworks and much more.

The Botanic Gardens

Set amidst a sprawling 28 acres the Botanic Gardens are ideal for taking some time off and relaxing. The classy Palm House designed by Sir Charles Lanyon is a haven for a mix of tropical flowers while the structure itself is a beautiful example of early glasshouse designs.

St. Anne’s Cathedral

This is the main Anglican Church of Ireland. It was designed by Sir Thomas Drew and construction was started in 1898. Neo-Romanesque architectural styles are used for the basilica type church which consists of 3 exquisitely sculpted doorways.

Grand Opera House

Do take in a show at the Grand Opera House. The very ornate building is well worth exploring. The building dating back to 1865 is steeped in controversy and even avoided being demolished. An iconic landmark the opera house hosts live performances, operas and musicals.

Crumlin Road Gaol

The most infamous prison of Belfast is its most famous attraction. Closed as a prison in 1996 the place is testament to the hundreds of women and children enslaved there. View the condemned man’s cell and sit in the Governors chair.

Belfast Castle

Beautiful picture perfect Belfast Castle is located about 4 miles from the city centre. It is host to many events and is a favourite wedding destination. The place has been location to castles since the 12th century and is steeped in history. Explore Adventure Park and snack at the restaurant.

Belfast Zoo

Just 3 minutes by car from the Belfast Castle is the Zoo. The zoo covers 55 acres and is home to over 140 species of animals. You will also be rewarded with excellent views of Belfast Lough. Since 1934 the Belfast Zoo has been drawing visitors and is one of the oldest and most visited attractions.

Stormont – The Parliament Buildings

Stopping to browse the elegant parliament buildings is a must when in Belfast. Apart for all the controversy that takes place within the houses of power where former enemies sit amicably together the place is loved for its verdant gardens. Jog walk and enjoy some sunny weather there.