Welcome to Belfast
Belfast is in many ways a brand-new city. Once lumped with Beirut, Baghdad and Bosnia as one of the four 'Bs' for travellers to avoid, in recent years it has pulled off a remarkable transformation from bombs-and-bullets pariah to a hip-hotels-and-hedonism party town.The old shipyards on the Lagan continue to give way to the luxury apartments of the Titanic Quarter, whose centrepiece, the stunning, star-shaped... Read More
Top experiences in Belfast
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City Sightseeing Belfast Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with 48-Hour Pass
With this 48-hour ticket aboard an open-top double-decker City Sightseeing bus, you can see the Wall Murals in Falls Road and Crumlin Road, and the Botanic Gardens, City Hall, Albert Clock plus much more. With great views from the top of the bus, strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary, this truly is the best way to see the sights of Belfast.
For anyone looking to dive into the landscapes and lore of Ireland – all of it – this 13-day introduction to the entire island is just the ticket. From the perfectly charming city of Galway and the celebrated, awesomely lush Ring of Kerry (keep that camera at the ready) to the postcard streetscapes of Dublin and all the centuries-old distilleries, green hills, and local pubs (and Guinness!) you can possibly fit in – Ireland will get deep inside your heart.
Discover Northern Ireland
Here's a quick super-scenic trip through some of Northern Ireland's most jaw-dropping landscapes. Explore the otherworldly Giant's Causeway, the positively fairytale feel of the Dark Hedges forest, and some historical distilleries and local pubs in and around Belfast and Derry, not to mention some of the locations where Game of Thrones was filmed. (Ever wanted to frolic in some Dothraki grasslands? Now's your chance.) Go forth up north.