Trip to Belfast

Belfast is also called Beal Feirste in Irish, meaning 'The sandy ford at the river mouth'. Reports state that Belfast is the second largest city of Ireland. Located just at the mouth of River Lagan, Belfast is noted as a popular tourist destination. The pleasant climate, ambiance and people of Belfast win the heart of tourists.

Well constructed transportation facility in Belfast helps the domestic as well as international tourists to have a memorable trip to Belfast. Belfast International Airport and George Best Belfast City Airport are the two airports of the city. Hop in some bus or taxi or the metro and roam around the city, viewing the spectacular architectural works, stunning landscapes, parks and gardens, indigenous people and amazing tourist attractions.Prior plunging into the tour, get an accommodation in any of the hotels of Belfast. From budget hotels to luxury hotels, Belfast has a wide range of comfortable hotels.

Belfast is also notable for the sprawling forty parks and beautiful gardens. Tourists of all age groups visit these places during their trip to Belfast. These gardens and parks house not only open spaces and plants but also sculptures, fountains, concerts and opera broadcasts.As you tour in Belfast don't miss out on the magnificent structures and buildings of Belfast.Structures like the City Hall, Waterfront Hall, Lanyon Building, Linenhall Library, Royal Court of Justice, Crown Liquor Saloon, Harland and Wolff, Grand Opera House and so forth display some unparallel architectural works.

The stunning Saint Anne's Cathedral is worth visiting not only for religious importance but also for its designs and art work. City Hall is one of the most significant landmarks of Belfast, as it houses the Council chambers and administrative offices of the city.

The Albert Clock, Belfast Castle, the Lagan Weir, The Ulster Hall, Samson and Goliath, and Windsor House are some other tourist attractions of Belfast. While touring Belfast you can browse through the shops and get some really antique and unique items. The Smithfield Market, St. George's Market and No Alibis are major attractions for the tourists. Take a break and stop at some road side caf� or an opulent restaurant to taste the delicacies of Belfast. The bars, pubs and restaurants of Belfast offer several lip-smacking dishes and assorted drinks to the visitors. Vivacious and entertaining nightlife of Belfast makes the trip even more eventful. Every facet of Belfast is enthralling and makes your vacation an unforgettable one.

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