Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, is a city alight with culture and industrial accomplishment. With a history from times of industrial revolution and engineering, famine and political conflict, to an exciting and vibrant modern city, it is well worth a visit.

Today’s Belfast has excellent modern hotels, superb conference venues and a vast range of activities and attractions to suit visitors with many tastes and interests. It is the home of the ill-fated yet magnificent Titanic, and the epicentre of industrial revolution on the island. From this Victorian era, many historical buildings and locations are still visible in the cityscape. A black cab tour is a must to understand the city’s political past.

If you are interested in culinary tours, Belfast is one of the best places to explore gourmet and fine dining restaurants on the island. There is so much to choose from and foodies can also visit St George’s Market, the last surviving covered Victorian market.

Belfast is well connected and has two airports; The George best Belfast City Airport with just 8km from the city and Belfast International Airport just mere half an hour drive away.

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