Belfast Travel Guide
If you want to get a great view of the city whilst also learning some of the history then head for the 19th century Belfast Castle, on the slopes of Cave Hill, with its Scottish Baronial architecture and beautiful gardens. Other fascinating outdoor spots include the Botanical Gardens, Colin Glen Forest Park and the 4000 year-old Giantís Ring. Back to the City centre and you can visit the magnificent Edwardian Belfast City Hall on Donegal Square or the neo-Romanesque St. Anneís Cathedral resting place of Sir Edward Henry Carson. And, as you would imagine, Irish arts are well catered for with exhibitions from the countries finest living and dead at the Bell Gallery, Cavehill Gallery and Crescent Arts Centre to name a few. For the very best food and drink in the city head for the Golden Mile or the Entries with their plethora of friendly pubs restaurants. Thereís music of all kinds from traditional Irish pub and street musicians to world-class performances at the Grand Opera House. Theatre lovers are also well catered for, be they fans of classic or modern,
with Lyric, Old Museum and Golden Thread theatres offering a superb choice of productions. There is also the chance of catching large-scale concerts by international stars from all walks of entertainment at the Ulster Hall and Kingís Hall. Belfast has so much to do it takes several visits to even scratch the surface and, as you would expect, everything you do and everywhere you visit youíre guaranteed a genuinely warm Irish welcome complimented by the best in hospitality.
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