Belfast makes a superb city break. Easy to get around, lots to see and do, and with a unique character that will charm you...
To the north of the city centre, you'll see the towering limestone spires of the Cathedral Quarter. To the south, an eclectic mix of cafés and bars share the University Quarter, home to Belfast's liveliest nightlife.
In between, the Golden Mile is packed with Irish linen shops and fresh seafood restaurants. In the middle of the city, a stern-faced Queen Victoria statue marks the entrance to Belfast's copper-domed City Hall.
The new Titanic museum complex is well worth a visit, with interactive displays and even a theme park style ride as part of the interest in this ground-breaking exhibit. You'll learn the full story of Titanic, from its inception to its demise and re-discovery on the ocean floor, as well as lots of Belfast cultural history.
A trip to Stormont will give you the chance to visit the seat of the Northern Irish Government and superb parkland.
Getting into Belfast from Belfast International and City Airports is easy on the Translink Airbus, taking 30 minutes from Belfast International Airport to central Belfast and just 15 from the city airport.
Getting around on weekend breaks in Belfast is also easy, with a range of hop on hop off buses, plus the city's bus network covering nearly every corner of Belfast. On foot is also a great way to see most of the city's attractions which lie within an easy walk of one another - and travelling by foot allows an impulse stop at a cosy-looking pub.