An authentic port city with charming pubs
Looking for a cultural weekend holiday? Book a flight to Belfast and admire the beautiful City Hall and marvel at the leaning Albert Memorial Clock Tower. The Palm House in the Belfast Botanic Gardens is also worth a visit, and at night, explore this irreverent city's vibrant nightlife scene.
The largest Titanic attraction in the world
Belfast is known as the birthplace of the ‘unsinkable’ Titanic. Walk around the enormous dry dock where this infamous ocean liner was built. Would you like to learn more about this notorious ship? Then also visit the nearby Titanic Museum. For a fun shopping spree, head to the Victoria Square Shopping Centre. Here you will find four floors packed with fashion, food and home accessories. Make sure to see the incredible panorama viewpoint! From the enormous glass dome you enjoy sweeping views across the city. Belfast is not only the ideal destination for weekend holidays, but also as the starting point for a longer vacation in the United Kingdom or Ireland. Treat yourself: book a flight to Belfast now!Book a flight to Belfast
On weekends, stop by the St George's market. Go on an impromptu food tasting tour in this busy market hall where many vendors proudly hand out samples of their wares. For an impression of the history between the Catholics and Protestants in this city, grab a black cab. The cab will drive you past the impressive political murals that have become a landmark of Belfast. Of course, the capital is also famous for its many traditional Irish pubs. For a touch of history, visit Whites Tavern, the oldest pub in town. Cheers!
Flights to Belfast for a unique holiday
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Built in 1906, the Belfast City Hall reflects the wealth that the city amassed in the 19th and early 20th century. The textile industry and largest shipyard in the world had brought significant wealth to the city, and in 1888 Queen Victoria granted Belfast its city rights. An imposing City Hall was par for the course. The Baroque Revival city palace is now a popular tourist attraction.
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It was the world’s largest passenger ship: the ‘unsinkable’ Titanic. After hitting an iceberg the ship sank with a loss of 1,517 lives. The Titanic was built in the harbour of Belfast. Now this part of the city is home to the Titanic Quarter, a brand-new residential, work and shopping district on the waterfront. An 8-story museum is entirely dedicated to the most famous shipping disaster in the world.
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