About Belfast

Belfast is the Capital city of Northern Ireland and is located on the Banks of River Lagan. It is also the second largest city on the island of Ireland. It earned its nickname – ‘Linenopolis’ when it became the world’s largest producer of Linen in the 19th century and at the time, it also had the biggest shipyard in the world – Harland and Wolff, and it was here, that the RMS Titanic ship was built in 1912.  The city is home to two Universities – Queen&r...

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College Square

Belfast City Center

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The industrial and cultural heritage of Belfast can be seen at its best at the Titanic Belfast museum, City Hall and the Ulster museum. On a sunny day you could visit the Cave Hill Country Park to take in some breathtaking views of the city and its surrounding areas, or enjoy a picnic with friends at the numerous green spaces dotting the city. If you fancy kayaking, canoeing, climbing or even archery, head to the Bryson Lagan Sports, just about 5 minutes from Belfast Central station.


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