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What to do in Belfast

Hotels in Belfast

Belfast is a cultural hub, filled with interesting museums, chic art centres, fun pubs, an abundance of green spaces, impressive Victorian architecture, and an expanding list of popular eateries. Take a stroll through the city and stop to admire the several hundred street murals that decorate the city. You can also mingle with the locals at St George's Market, a Victorian covered market that welcomes local artisans, musicians, and food stalls. After your stroll, you can enjoy a pint of beer in one of the city's many pubs, such as the oldest pub in the Belfast, Kelly’s Cellars. Built in 1720, this pub has an inimitable old-fashioned flair. If you are looking to book a hotel in Belfast, eDreams has a powerful and intuitive search engine that will help you find the perfect fit amidst an impressive list of hotel offers in Belfast. Just enter your travel dates and the number of people travelling, and eDreams will present you with the best hotels for your needs. You can book your stay securely online with your preferred method of payment, and if you encounter any problem, the eDreams customer service team is there to help you.

What to see in Belfast

The Titanic Belfast Museum is the most popular attraction in the city. The construction of the RMS Titanic began in 1909 in Belfast's dockyard. Harland and Wolff, a local shipbuilding firm took 3 years to construct the huge ship, which was ready to take to sea in 2012. You can visit the museum with a self-guided tour that takes you back to the Belfast of the early 20th century with its booming shipbuilding industry. Immerse yourself in the history of the majestic yet ill-fated Titanic, including its maiden voyage, its tragic sinking, and the aftermath of the tragedy. If you like modern architecture and a maritime atmosphere, choose a hotel in the Titanic Quarter, which is also where the Titanic Belfast Museum is located. Alternatively, stay in a hotel in Sailortown. Nearby, on the waterfront right where the rivers Lagan and Farset meet, you will find the city's most famous sculpture: the Salmon of Knowledge. This is sculpture of a large salmon made of mosaic ceramic tiles. Each tile has a story to tell about the city's history, turning this salmon into an open-air history museum. If you prefer to be farther away from the city's hustle and bustle, find a hotel near the Peace Wall, the city's largest collection of street murals, located on the outskirts of the city.

Where to stay in Belfast

If you're looking to have easy access to all attractions, book a Hotel in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter. This location will ensure you are close to major sights such as St. Anne's Cathedral, St. George's market, and the botanical gardens. It is also the place to be if you want vibrant nightlife not far from your cheap hotel. Choose a Hotel in Belfast's Queens Quarter if you are looking for the youngest partying crowd. The city's main university campus is located here and is also well worth a visit. Apart from loads of vibrant pubs and restaurants with affordable menus, the area is also filled with boutique shops. The Gaeltacht Quarter is where you will find the largest community of Irish-speaking people and a distinct Irish atmosphere. Insiders also say this is the neighbourhood to find the best Guinness beer.