Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, is one of the newest cities in the United Kingdom and has become a tourist destination for visitors from all over Britain as well as from around the world to discover a number of highlights in it. Follow us today with a list of the best places to visit in Belfast.
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Belfast is famous for being the place from which the famous Titanic, which sank at sea, originated, and therefore a memorial museum and visitor center is located in Belfast to honor the Titanic victims and a model was also made of the ship sunk in the place. “Titanic Belfast” can be visited for those interested in history, sea and ships, and of course the famous movie of the same name …
One of the most beautiful natural sites in Belfast is these gardens, which are located behind the Ulster Museum near Queen’s University, and are extensive gardens that are ideal for spending hours wandering around or eating and even visiting Victorian glass houses. The most important thing is that these parks are located in the heart of the city. It is also worth visiting the Ulster Museum, and there are also many concerts and events in it.
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Do you like the famous series “Game of Thrones”? Did you know that a large number of scenes in this series were filmed in the surrounding areas of the Northern Irish capital? You can now explore these wonderful sites through a bus tour that departs from Belfast and will take you to the most beautiful areas where the scenes were photographed.
Belfast City Hall
One of the iconic buildings in Belfast and opened its doors for the first time in August 1906, several tours of City Hall can be made through a specialized team and the tour extends for an hour. It is also possible to visit a tribute park for the victims of the Titanic. The lights of the building are breathtaking through the diversity of their colors and combinations that are presented at night, which shows the engineering beauty of the building.
St. George’s Market
This market is one of the last remaining features of the Victorian market in Bluffat, as it was built between the years 1890 and 1896 and is one of the distinctive traditional markets in the United Kingdom. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, you will find many distinctive things in the driver’s shop, including food, clothing, books, rare antiques and souvenirs.
Belfast City Hall
Game of thrones tour
St. George’s Market.
General view of Belfast
From Titanic Belfast
From the botanical gardens
From Belfast City Hall
From the Game of Thrones tour
From St. George’s Market
From the streets of Belfast
From the Belfast Titanic website