Attractions

Attractions in BelfastBelfast is an interesting city with some real nice attractions worth seeing and visiting. The coolest of all attractions in Belfast is the Titanic Museum, a real highlight for people who have an interest in Titanic. Besides the Titanic Museum there are quite some landmarks worth noticing, like the Albert Memorial Clock, Belfast Cathedral and the other attractions listed here.

Among the attractions you can also find a bar (Crown Liquor Saloon) and a hotel (Europa Hotel). Read more about these interesting attractions here, and be inspired!

Attractions in Belfast

Titanic Belfast

We always tend to think that RMS Titanic sank on its first trip, but that is not really true. But, since Titanic was built in Belfast it somehow had to get from Belfast to Southampton, so that was in fact its first trip. Belfast was a very important city in those days where they produced...

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Botanic Gardens

Belfast Botanic Garden is not only a botanic garden, but a public park with a size on more than 100,000m2. It is a very popular area for relaxing, eating a lunch outside and for a romantic evening walk. The most famous building in the park is the Palm House, which had its foundation laid in...

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Crown Liquor Saloon

The Crown Liquor Saloon is maybe the most famous pub in all of Northern Ireland, and it is one of few pubs in the world owned by the National Trust (taking care of important sites on behalf of the state). The pub dates back to 1849, and it was known to be one of the...

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Albert Memorial Clock

One of the most famous sights and landmarks of Belfast is Albert Memorial Clock. It is located and the Queen's Square in the very center of Belfast, so easy to find. It was built in memory of Prince Albert and was built between 1865 and 1869. It is made of sandstone and the memorial clock...

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Belfast Castle

If you want to enjoy a great view of Belfast from a location 120 metres above sea level, visit Belfast Castle. The castle can be found in the Cavehill Country Park. Its predecessor was built in the 12th century in the city centre, but that was burned down in 1708. Instead of building a new...

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City Hall

Belfast City Hall is the home of Belfast City Council. It is located in the centre of Belfast, near shopping streets, walking area and the railway station. The site was earlier occupied by the the building "The White Linen Hall." In the end of the 19th century changes took place, and the drawings for a...

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Europa Hotel

Normally we would not add a hotel to the list of attractions in a city, but in Belfast things are different. The Europa Hotel in Belfast is a special place to visit in Belfast, because it is not only a four star hotel, but it is known to the "most bombed hotel in Europe and...

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Belfast Cathedral

St Anne's Cathedral, or Belfast Cathedral, is a beautiful church in the very centre of Belfast. It is open Monday to Friday from 8am to 4pm. In the weekends the church is closed, except from the daily services which are held. The church was completed in 1904. The building is a Romanesque building where tourists,...

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