Belfast

A city brimming with Irish charm

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Shamrocks, Kilts & Golf

Selected spirits, international beers, cocktails and wines, Gratuities, Selected bottled water, soft drinks, speciality coffees and teas, English butler service for suite guests, Self-service laundry,…

11 July 2018 | 13 Nights
Azamara Club Cruises : Azamara Journey

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Southampton, St. Peter Port, Cork (Cobh), Ireland, Dublin, Douglas, Isle Of Man, Belfast, Glasgow (greenock), Kirkwall, Invergordon, Dundee, Scotland, Edinburgh (Leith)

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Discover the British Isles

Scenic Freechoice – a choice of sightseeing activities throughout your journey , Scenic Enrich experiences – unforgettable and exclusive events , Scenic Sundowners – exclusive hosted cocktails…

25 May 2019 | 10 Nights
Scenic River Cruises : Scenic Eclipse

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Dublin, Peel, Isle of Man (UK), Belfast, Iona, Tobermory, Stornoway, Outer Hebrides, Kirkwall, Orkeny Islands, Lerwick, Shetland Islands, Bergen

from £3,968pp
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Irish Sea Collection - Dublin To Reykjavik

Complimentary select fine wines, premium spirits, champagnes, dining in each speciality restaurant once per cruise, All gratuities for dining room and wait staff, 60 minutes complimentary Wi-Fi and…

10 June 2019 | 11 Nights
Crystal Cruises : Crystal Serenity

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Dublin, Ireland, Holyhead, Wales, Liverpool, England, Douglas, Isle of Man, Belfast, Ireland, Greenock, Scotland, Portree, Isle of Skye, Stornoway, Scotland, Reykjavik, Iceland


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You’ll be spoilt for choice in Belfast


The city centre of Belfast offers an excellent selection of places to visit during your stay.

Parliament Buildings, Stormont Estate, Belfast

Parliament Buildings, Stormont Estate, Belfast

St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast

St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast

Albert Memorial Clock, Belfast

Albert Memorial Clock, Belfast

Belfast Castle, Northern Ireland

Belfast Castle, Northern Ireland

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Explore the Titanic’s tragic history

Voted Europe’s Leading Visitor Attraction 2016, Titanic Belfast is a must-see museum telling the tragic story of this historic ship, built in the city between 1909 and 1912. There are nine interactive galleries to explore, with full-scale reconstructions bringing this twentieth century disaster to life. Exhibits on display are Titanic artefacts like the original Harland & Wolff launch notebook, and a letter from the ship’s surgeon Dr John Simpson to his mother, delivered during the vessel’s last stop. You can also walk the decks of the SS Nomadic, the last remaining White Star vessel.


Architectural brilliance, beautiful wildlife

Belfast is simply bursting with gorgeous architecture, and many would say that the Stormont Estate contains some of its finest. Home to the Northern Ireland Assembly, the estate comprises a number of impressive edifices including Stormont Castle and the Parliament Buildings.  The grounds are worth a visit in themselves, with two recognised woodland walks - look out for the estate’s sculptures, which include a Battle of the Somme memorial and a piece dedicated to notable Irish politician Lord Edward Carson. Complete with wetlands, the Stormont Estate is also a haven for wildlife such as red squirrels, badgers and buzzards.


A plethora of architectural attractions awaits you

The Romanesque St Anne’s Cathedral - dating back to the early 1900s - features a recently-erected steel Spire of Hope which is beautifully illuminated at night. You might choose to take in a show at the Grand Opera House, browse the stalls at St George’s Market or enjoy panoramic views at The Dome at Victoria Square. The Albert Clock and City Hall are also worthy of a visit as you tour this vibrant city.

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