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Although often very busy, Cathedral Quarter has an amazing atmosphere. Mixture of bars with irish music daily and restaurants with a wide variety of cuisines to choose from. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, highly recommended for a pint or ten!
A small park beside the Belfast St Annes Cathederal and centre of the German blitz on Belfast wher over 2000 residents died and thousands more made homeless. Now beside the belfast Campus of the ulster University and hopefully the site of a proposed blitz memorial....More
Did quite a bit of Hop on Hop Off buses, and this is the starting point for the bus company we chose. It was also within walking distance of our Hotel in Great Victoria Street, so we seemed to be here a lot in our...More
Really quirky, Authentic Belfast social scene. Lots of bars, restaurants, pubs and live music venues. Very quiet in the day a night out area definitely. Must go to this area to walk around even if not going to bars.
This is the main area for nightlife. Lot of people having a great time especially on Friday and Saturdays, a lot quieter on Sunday. The whole of the city centre is walkable. Lots of shops if you like that sort of thing. Too many pubs...More
We stayed at the Ramada in Cathedral Quarter for 3 nights last week, Great central place for all the local pubs and restaurants. Loads to see and do, at the moment there's also a small fairground but I'm not sure how long this is there...More
Most sites advise that a tradition in Belfast is to experience a Irish Pub Crawl. While we didn't join up with any tour group, we did take this to heart and put together our own version.
We started our night at McHughs - the oldest...More
As Belfast is a small city almost any city centre hotel will be suitable and all the major attractions are all within easy walking distance. If on a budget, the Premier Inn in the cathedral quarter will provide you with... More
As Belfast is a small city almost any city centre hotel will be suitable and all the major attractions are all within easy walking distance. If on a budget, the Premier Inn in the cathedral quarter will provide you with some very good restaurants and bars right on your door step. From there the titanic museum is only a 15min walk. Or the other end of the budget could be the Merchant Hotel.
Belfast has a brilliant selection of bars and restaurants. And be sure to visit St George’s market Friday or Saturday morning, especially if it’s raining as the market is indoors and a great start to your day.