Belfast sits atop a somber reminder of human history, and the hope for a peaceful future. A historical row of pubs dating back to the 1880's line Great Victoria Street as does the Europa Hotel, the 4-Star establishment known as "The most bombed hotel in Europe." Soak up the history Belfast has to offer on a Black Taxi Tour through sectarian Catholic and Protestant neighborhoods full of soul-grabbing murals, raw human experiences, and stories narrated by cab drivers who could be University-level history professors in their spare time. It is the best £30 you will ever spend. Built in the grand Classical Renaissance style, with an Italian marble interior, the Ulster Museum crams in 9,000 years of Irish history with exhibits on art, furniture, ceramics, costume, industrial heritage, and a permanent display of products "Made in Belfast." Or, if you're the sporting type, catch a game of Gaelic football, the national sport of Ireland, and a rather unique take on the mashing of rugby mixed with the finesse of soccer. Belfast is also the city where the Titanic was built, the dry dock still intact. If you're looking for a different kind of European adventure, Belfast is calling.
Great Victoria Street
Through the Histroy of Belfast's Pubs... read more
67 Squires View
Signposted from M1/M2 (Balmoral exit); next to the Botanic Gardens, Stranmillis Rd
66 Balmoral Avenue
Records office to trace your ancestry... read more
A Tour that Enlightens a Troubled Past... read more
Town Head Street
Regional Exhibitions And Collections... read more
Off the Antrim Rd, 6.5km (4 miles) north of city center, County Antrim
Visitor Centre, University Rd
24 Alfred Street
Fine example of Georgian architecture... read more
33a Queen Street
Off Stockman's Lane
2 Queen's Quay
44 Westland Road
Nine-hole Course in the North of the City... read more
Upper Malone Road
Park in South Belfast Famous for its Roses...
An Evocation of Working Class Life in the 1930s...
Park Between Centre and the Suburbs... read more