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03.07.2014
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12.06.2014
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This robust city of nearly half a million people has much in common with Liverpool and Manchester. Impressive architecture, a legacy of the industrial revolution, alongside massive redevelopment makes this a must see city. Much of the centre is now pleasantly pedestrianised, with benches where you can sit and listen to the street musicians.

OfferVictorian and Edwardian buildings incorporate elaborate sculptures over doors and windows. Stone-carved heads of gods, poets, scientists, kings and queens peer down from the high ledges of banks and old linen warehouses.

Belfast Castle
Belfast Castle

A beautiful Scottish baronial castle set on the side of Belfast Cave Hill, 400 ft above sea level. Enjoy the spectacular themed gardens, way marked walks and a fascinating Heritage Centre.

Belfast Castle
Belfast Botanic Gardens

The Palm House was constructed in 1839 whilst the Tropical Ravine was completed in 1889 and is a fine example of Victorian horticulture. The rose garden and herbaceous borders were established in 1920.

Belfast Castle
Belfast Cathedral

Consecrated in 1904 this Romanesque building boasts many beautiful mosaics and sculptures created by some of the finest local artists. The cathedral is also home to the largest Celtic cross in Ireland.

Belfast Castle
Belfast City Hall

Visitors can take a tour around this wonderful Classic Renaissance building even thought the city council still carries out its work there. The interior of the Edwardian building is impressively opulent with ornate domes and grand staircases.

Belfast Castle
The Ulster Museum

This National museum's noted for its collections of Irish art, history, natural sciences and archaeology. The museum also includes an Early Ireland gallery that records the history of Ireland from 10,000BC-1,500BC.

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