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Highlights in Belfast
- Great eating spots
- Majestic Titanic location
- Impressive gardens
- Fantastic weekly markets
- Historic sites and tours
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The city is full of character and history, with great food and a vibrant night scene.If it is your first time in the city, a holiday rental in the centre where you will enjoy the best attractions day and night. Families will find great accommodations in the Titanic Quarter and if you are looking for a cool and trendy place, the Cathedral Quarter is the place to be. Queens Quarter is also great for those wishing to stay on a budget.Miscellaneous urban rentals
Modern city rentals, accommodations ranging from big to small and more secluded properties a few minutes drive from the heart of the city. Completely equipped kitchenettes, comfortable lounging areas, spacious bedrooms and all the amenities to make your stay a very pleasant one. Small balconies or private gated gardens depending on the property, to enjoy the morning sun or your morning cuppa. A romantic getaway, a family break away from the daily life or a friends gathering to celebrate a special occasion. Choose your reason and head to Belfast!
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The area and getting
Northern Ireland’s capital is a small city with friendly locals always going the extra mile making you feel good and making sure you have a memorable stay in their city. The area is dotted of fantastic pubs, great shopping options and a wide range of eateries to satisfy all possible cravings. Cultural attractions and literary inspirations are also part of the city and it was also part of the inspiration of Gulliver’s Travels and the Chronicles of Narnia.Daily tours from Belfast
This is a fantastic city for a short city break or a good base for further travels to Northern Ireland. Moving in and around the city is very easy. You can get a walking guided tour, hop on a bus and have a tour on wheels or rent a bike and discover the city at your own pace. Some bus and taxi tours as well as cultural escapes are a good option to have a great day out such as a visit to the Giant’s Causeway and Rope Bridge.
Travellers and activities
Because of its shipbuilding industry, Belfast is one of the places for ship lovers as they will be able to admire the greatest Titanic experience in the world. This is an absolute must-see when in Belfast. “Titanic Belfast” is located between the Harland and Wolff Drawing offices and Hamilton Graving Dock, the very spot where the giant cruise was designed, built and launched in 1912. This is where it all began. Travel to the depths of the sea and uncover the secrets of this historic vessel. Go through all 9 galleries and discover every legend about RMS Titanic and the people who made it.Belfast for series lovers
Are you a big fan of the TV series? Northern Ireland has been the main set of many episodes of the epic HBO series, Game of Thrones. Take a bus day tour and enjoy an exciting experience exploring the scenes through the Winterfell locations, the Iron Islands and the Giant’s Causeway, the only UNESCO World Heritage Site. Get ready for a lot of trekking through the woods and castles and try on some Stark cloaks, costumes and even hold some replica swords. Feel like one of the characters in the North.
Because of its location, Belfast was ideal for the shipbuilding industry. The RMS Titanic was built at Harland and Wolff shipyard between 1911-1912.
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The Botanic Gardens is a public park which forms part of the heritage of the city. It contains exoctic trees and impressive plant collections and it has the Palm House with a birdcage dome and the Tropical Ravine, a big red-brick greenhouse. This is a popular meeting place for locals and students and it is used as a venue for festivals, concerts and other events.2. Create your own memories at Belfast Castle
Discover the greatness of Belfast Castle, one of the city’s most known landmarks. Set in the Cave Hill area, its unique, fairytale setting makes it the right spot for tying the knot. Celebrate your special anniversary, prepare your conference or simply enjoy a nice dining experience eating fabulous fresh food at the Cellar Restaurant or the Castle Tavern.3. Saint George’s Market
If you like strolling around markets and look for fresh produce, you must go to the oldest operating market in town. The Victorian Saint George’s Market was built in 1896 and it hosts the weekly market every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. On Fridays you will find varied items of homeware, produce, flowers and meat or fish. On Saturday is food and crafts and then, on Sunday, food, crafts and live music! Look out for Ann’s Pantry bakers, Hillstown Farm and Suki Tea.4. Develop your skills at W5
Located in the Scientific Centre of the Titanic Quarter, the W5 is an interactive science centre also known as “whowhatwherewhenwhy”. The centre is aimed at children aged 3 to 11. There are more the 250 exhibits where they can test their music skills and compose some tunes with an “air harp”, try to beat a lie detector and design the best cars and robots they can ever imagine. Put all the skills at the service of imagination!5. A gourmet spot on the map
This compact city has so much to offer when talking about culture but also when talking about food and drink. In and around the city you will find excellent eateries with fantastic recipes based on local produce. Sample some risotto or lamb ribs at Deanes at Queens or celebrate a special occasion at the MIchelin-starred restaurant, The Ox. For those with a sweet tooth, have a big piece of Pavlova at Avoca and delicious Ice cream profiteroles at the Potted Hen. Indulge yourself and your taste buds!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Belfast
With an annual average price of £109.16, Belfast is not a city that stands out for being the most expensive or the cheapest in the United Kingdom.
Travellers who want to save as much as possible should visit Belfast in February, January, and March which are the months that offer the most discounts, with average prices of £95.29, £97.55, and £97.78 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Belfast, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, July, August and December with average prices per night of £120.57, £119.23, and £116.71, respectively.
When going on holiday to Belfast, we recommend you to think ahead, as 62% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Belfast are, in order, September (with 30% of available rentals), August (31.2%), and June (32.25%).
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