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Unlock the magic of Belfast

Best known as the birthplace of the RMS Titanic, Belfast is Northern Ireland’s capital and largest city. Standing proudly on the banks of the River Lagan on the east coast it's the 12th-largest city in the UK. Belfast played an important role in the Industrial Revolution in Ireland and was once the biggest linen-producer in the world. The renovated dockyards' Titanic Quarter, showcases the Titanic Belfast, an aluminium-clad museum reminiscent of a ship’s hull, as well as the Titanic Slipways, which often host open-air events.

Attractions in Belfast

Giants Causeway
As the result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption, The Giants Causeway is an area of about 40,000 massive black basalt columns sticking out of the sea located in the North Coast of Northern Ireland.
Dunluce Castle
A medieval castle perched on top of a high cliff, and one of the most iconic monuments in the Antrim Coast of Northern Ireland.
Bushmill's Distillery
Granted a license to distill in 1608, Bushmill is the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in the world.
Carnlough Harbour
The picturesque harbour in Carnlough has for many years been the village’s main focal point and home to one of the most beautiful ports on the Antrim coast.
Cushendun Caves
One of the most spectacular formations that have been eroded to form the Cushendun Caves. These rocks were laid down by flash floods in a desert environment, and contain clasts with a huge range of sizes. The caves feature, as do many other locations in Northern Island, in the television series Game of Thrones
Fair Head
Fair Head is a 5-kilometre mountain cliff, close to the sea, at the north-eastern corner of County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is regarded as one of the best outdoor rock-climbing locations in Ireland.
Larrybane Quarry
Larrybane Quarry is a huge wall of white rock that became instantly famous after the popular tv series Game of Thrones, season 2.
Ballintoy Harbour
Ballintoy Harbour can be discovered in the picturesque village of Ballintoy. This fishing harbour can be found at the end of a small narrow steep road down Knocksaughey Hill and it has been used as a filming location in HBO's epic series Game of Thrones.
The Dark Hedges
The Dark Hedges is a beautiful avenue of beech trees planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century to impress visitors as they approached the entrance to their Georgian mansion. It has become one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland as it was a filming location of the popular series Game of Thrones.
Belfast City Hall
One of Belfast's most iconic buildings, Belfast City Hall first opened its doors in August 1906 and is Belfast's civic building.
Titanic Memorial Garden
Located on the east side of Belfast City Hall, the Titanic Memorial Garden commemorates the 1,512 people who perished on RMS Titanic in 1912.
St Mary's Roman Catholic Church
St Mary's dates back to 1783 and was the first Catholic church in Belfast city centre. There were only 365 Catholics living in Belfast at the time without a church, so a collection was made to build this church.
Northern Ireland War Memorial Museum
The Northern Ireland War Memorial Museum was the first national memorial to the hundreds killed in the Belfast blitz. It tells the story of how Northern Ireland was affected by and contributed to the Second World War.
St Anne's Cathedral
St. Anne's Cathedral is a cathedral of the Church of Ireland in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in the center of the Cathedral Quarter. What is unique about this Cathedral is that it broke the mold by having the seats of two bishops: the Bishop of Connor and the Bishop of Down and Dromore.
The Friend at Hand
The Friend at Hand is a unique whiskey off-licence combined with a mini-museum charting the whiskey distilling history of Belfast Northern Ireland.
Albert Memorial Clock
The Albert Memorial Clock was erected between 1865 and 1869 in Gothic style to commemorate Prince Albert, it was tall enough to offer an excellent vantage point for at least one enterprising sightseer to get a birds-eye view of Titanic’s launch.
River Lagan
The River Lagan is a major river in Northern Ireland that forms much of the border between County Antrim and County Down in the east of Ulster.
Carrick-a-Rede
Cross if you dare - though note it is perfectly safe. The precarious bridge is maintained by the National Trust and is open to travelers to cross.
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