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After a recent facelift, Belfast has emerged from its turbulent past a thriving cultural capital. A hip hospitality industry, beautiful architecture, and an ever-growing list of tourist attractions have finally put Northern Ireland’s capital firmly on the map. Situated on the River Lagan and surrounded by low hills, Belfast is as picturesque as it is buzzing. By day, explore the tragic history of the Titanic, discover the set of Game of Thrones, or visit the charming Belfast Zoo. By night, head to a traditional Irish bar for amazing live music, good craic, and a warm glass of local whiskey. With unique food traditions and fresh local produce, foodies delight in Belfast’s numerous gastro-pubs, cafes, markets and restaurants boasting hearty Irish grub and modern cuisine too. Whatever you get up to, you’ll take like a duck to water in this charmingly unassuming city.
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Our tips for Belfast

  • Prince of pubs. Famed around the world for it’s dazzling décor and an epic ale selection, put the Crown Liquor Saloon – a Victorian gin palace dating back to the 1820s – at the top of your Belfast sightseeing itinerary.
  • Shop till’ you drop. St. George’s Market has stood the test of time since it first opened its doors in the 1890. Pop in on a Saturday when local food, art and crafts have pride of place, and talented local musicians take center-stage. For the food alone, this is a Belfast day trip you won’t want to miss.
  • Go directly to jail. Visit Crumlin Road Gaol (locally known as “The Crum"), Northern Ireland’s only surviving jail from the Victorian era. If you’re feeling short of things to do in Belfast, don’t miss the live Johnny Cash tribute concert, or hang around after dark for the paranormal tour if you're feeling brave.

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Best time to visit
Spring is the ideal time to visit Belfast, with flights and accommodation significantly cheaper than the summer months. Considering what to do in Belfast too, springtime sees fresh blooms breathe new life in the city, while culture vultures will rejoice in the return of the annual Belfast Film Festival in April.
Getting around
Finding your way through Belfast is relatively painless thanks to good transport links and a compact city centre. Here’s our travel breakdown of the best ways to navigate Northern Ireland’s capital.
  • The city centre can be easily navigated on foot. However if you're planning on branching out, buses are your best bet, with services running regularly from 6am to 11pm. Trains also operate throughout the city and beyond for those going on more far-flung Belfast day tours.
  • For night owls, keep in mind that buses and trains don't run late at night so take a taxi if you're travelling long distances at these times.
  • Belfast’s shared taxi routes offer cheaper travel and depart from fixed locations in the city centre.
Stay Safe
Belfast is a relatively safe city, but it’s always good to keep your wits about you when visiting a new destination. Keep these travel tips in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch…
  • In case of emergency, dial 999
  • It’s best to avoid visiting Belfast’s murals during marching seasons or late at night.
  • As always, keep all your personal belongings safe and secure on your Belfast tours and in the busy city centre.

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