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Holidays in Belfast

Enjoy an Exciting City Break with Belfast Holidays

Belfast Castle in Cavehill Country Park, Northern Ireland

Belfast - The Perfect City Break Escape

Belfast holidays are ideal for anyone looking to explore one of the best loved city break destination in Northern Ireland. Situated close to the mouth of the River Lagen, the city offers a fantastic mix of modern facilities and stunning, picturesque landscapes. As the capital city, Belfast offers a wide range of fantastic attractions and facilities to suit tourists of all ages. Although the city is associated with years of conflict, Belfast has transformed itself into a popular destination for city breaks with thousands of people choosing to explore the spectacular architecture and traditional Irish culture. Hotels in Belfast are varied with something to suit all tastes and budgets. Those looking to stay close to the action can take their pick of the accommodation in the city centre; many hotels offer a range of packages including bed and breakfast and a self catered option ensuring you can choose the perfect one to suit your needs.

Holidays in Belfast are perfect for nature lovers looking to explore the city’s famous waterfront, home to the world’s biggest dry dock. History buffs will also enjoy discovering the many monuments and museums that detail the city’s sometimes turbulent history. With plenty of shops, restaurants and bars to visit during your stay, it is no surprise that many people find themselves returning to the city year after year. There are fantastic cheap Belfast holiday deals available right now, so why not book your next city break today?

Belfast - Sightseeing and Attractions

Belfast holidays are ideal for those that are looking to spend the majority of their time strolling around the city enjoying the hundreds of sightseeing spots. With fantastic public transport links to take you to surrounding suburbs, there really is no excuse for missing out on any attractions. All around the city there are monuments that signify defining moments in Belfast’s history. Visitors can explore the memorial to the victims of the Titanic, which set sail from Belfast back in 1912. The city boasts several murals depicting the conflict that once defined the city; there are also museums and galleries showcasing artwork from around the area. Families enjoying a Belfast city break may also appreciate a trip to Belfast Zoo, which is packed full of exotic animals in natural looking habitats, the perfect choice for a fun filled day out. The Botanic Garden is another popular attraction along with the fascinating Ulster American Folk Park, an open air museum that showcases the large scale emigration in the 18th and 19th centuries. The Cathedral Quarter is one of the busiest areas in the city and is home to the spectacular St Anne’s Cathedral. Along with marvelling at the unique architecture, visitors can take a tour of the cathedral before enjoying a bit to eat in one of the cafes in the quarter. Shopping is a popular pastime during holidays to Belfast with plenty of markets and shopping centres to explore. Whether you are looking for souvenirs or designer labels, there is something for everyone to enjoy during a Belfast city break.

Belfast Holidays - Nightlife and Cuisine

Holidays in Belfast are perfect for those looking to continue discovering the delights of the city even after the sun goes down. There are plenty of restaurants around the city offering everything from traditional Irish dishes to a wide range of international favourites. Those looking for high class dining will appreciate the choice on offer on the aptly named Golden Mile, home to some of the city’s most popular restaurants. Many of the restaurants offer seasonal menus with lots of fresh ingredients and locally sourced meat and dairy, Irish duck is one of the cities’ specialities and a must try for anyone enjoying holidays in Belfast.

Belfast offers a lively nightlife with plenty of bars and nightclubs offering everything from thumping dance music to sophisticated cocktails. There are plenty of nightclubs that stay open until the early hours of the morning along with quieter bars for those looking to relax and soak up the atmosphere. Those looking for something slightly different can take advantage of the many family orientated evening attractions such as the cinema or bowling alley. It is advised to keep an eye out for any special events taking place during your holiday to Belfast. The annual Belfast Film Festival is one of Europe’s biggest film events and occurs during the spring, along with the chance to see sneak previews of upcoming releases; visitors can also enjoy the short film competition.

Belfast - Weather and Climate

There really is no perfect time to enjoy a holiday in Belfast as the temperature remains fairly constant throughout the year. Rainfall is common therefore it is advised to pack waterproofs if you are planning on exploring the city. There are no extremes in temperatures even during the summer months with highs of around 18C. During the winter months there is a chance of snow and sleet however this tends to only last for a few days.

Where is Belfast?

Take a look at this map of Belfast before you go. Click to view an interactive version.

Map of Belfast
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