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  • City Sightseeing Worldwide Conference in Amsterdam

    City Sightseeing Belfast was recently represented at the City Sightseeing Worldwide Conference in Amsterdam. At these yearly conferences held in different locations throughout the world City Sightseeing Belfast gets the opportunity to interact with the other cities that hold the City Sightseeing brand and share what innovations are occurring throughout the world. The post City Sightseeing Worldwid...

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  • My Favourite Places for Cocktails in Belfast

    Benedict’s is number 1 for value for money. A wide range of cocktails are on offer at just £2.95, 7 days a week – great for those on a budget. There’s also free entry into the bar to enjoy local bands and a DJ, if you want to get your dancing shoes on! The post My Favourite Places for Cocktails in Belfast appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

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  • LGBT Belfast

    Belfast is well known as a friendly and inviting city and this also extends to the LGBT community. Belfast Pride is huge with up to 50,000 people attending the festival and this year is no exception... The post LGBT Belfast appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

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  • My Favourite Places for Pub Grub in Belfast

    Kelly’s cellar was built in 1720 and is Belfast’s oldest traditional Irish pub. This pub is famous for the best pint of Guinness and homemade Irish Beef Stew. Right in the city centre - call in and experience a traditional Irish welcome. The post My Favourite Places for Pub Grub in Belfast appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

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  • Queen’s University Motto

    Queen’s University Belfast - a great way to pass a few hours having a walk around. Right at the heart of Queen’s Quarter, one of Belfast’s four cultural areas - this imposing building really is worth a visit... The post Queen’s University Motto appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • A new way of looking at things

    It’s easy to think about trips and travel as needing a few weeks off work, going to sunny climes, pockets filled with foreign currency and bulging suitcases. Although, how fantastic would it be to take a trip, travel and sight-see in our own city! The post A new way of looking at things appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Explore County Down

    The stunning natural beauty of the Mountains of Mourne has long since been immortalised in the song of the same name by Percy French who was, without doubt, one of Ireland’s most prolific songwriters. He wrote it one clear day in 1896 sitting upon the Mourne Mountains.. The post Explore County Down appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • HMS Caroline Battleship

    Belfast’s Titanic Quarter can now boast another jewel in its crown of maritime history - the sole survivor of the First World War’s Battle of Jutland: the illustrious and the magnificent HMS Caroline. This living legend has just been completely restored to its seafaring glory... The post HMS Caroline Battleship appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Discover Ulster-Scots Centre

    The Ulster-Scots phrase ‘Fair Faa Ye’ has long stood the test of time and can still be heard in the Province of Ulster, mainly on the north and east coasts of Counties Antrim and Down. It's an extremely versatile phrase and can be used both as a greeting or a welcome... The post Discover Ulster-Scots Centre appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Cultúrlann McAdam O’Fiaich

    It’s been described as the best Belfast Irish Experience and if you take a visit to An Chultúrlann on the Falls Road, it’s easy to see why! Set over three floors in a former Presbyterian Church, Cultúrlann McAdam O Fiaich is situated right in the heart of Belfast’s vibrant Gaeltacht Quarter... The post Cultúrlann McAdam O’Fiaich appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Union Theological College

    If I were to tell you that the Union Theological College was originally called the Presbyterian College, you’d probably presume that it was built as a centre for the Presbyterian Church to train its ministers... The post Union Theological College appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Belfast Castle

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  • Easter in Belfast in bygone days

    Easter in nineteenth century Belfast was one of the biggest social events of the year with thousands of people heading out of the city to the slopes of Cave Hill for the annual Easter Monday Fair... The post Easter in Belfast in bygone days appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Climb Cavehill while visiting Belfast

    At 370 metres above sea level, the Cave Hill dominates much of north Belfast and can be spotted from many locations across the city. On really clear days you can see much of the Antrim plateau including Trostan, Scrabo Tower in Newtownards, the mountains of Mourne and even parts of Scotland... The post Climb Cavehill while visiting Belfast appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

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  • Mac Belfast – A Macnificent Jewel in Belfast

    The people of Belfast are well-known for their love of theatre and the arts. Venues like the Waterfront Hall, the Lyric Theatre, the Grand Opera House and the Empire are all familiar names. And even if you add on the names of theatres which are now long gone... The post Mac Belfast – A Macnificent Jewel in Belfast appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Belfast City Hall Tour

    Enjoy a stroll around the grounds of Belfast City Hall and discover some fascinating facts about the city and its history. When the Countess of Shaftsbury sold land to Belfast Corporation for the building of a new City Hall back in the late 1800s... The post Belfast City Hall Tour appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Visit St Annes Cathedral in Belfast

    Belfast Cathedral, known as St Anne’s Cathedral, was built on the site of an older Church dedicated to St Anne. It is on Donegall Street – right in the city centre so easily walked to or hop off your Belfast City Sightseeing tour at stop #7... The post Visit St Annes Cathedral in Belfast appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Gay Belfast

    Belfast has a thriving gay scene and puts on one of the best Pride events anywhere in Europe – this years Pride event is on Saturday 1st August 2015 and this year is the 25th anniversary. There are plenty of gay friendly venues throughout the city... The post Gay Belfast appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Grand Opera House Belfast

    When the Grand Opera House in Belfast opened in December 1895 it was described by its owner as “a credit to our flourishing city”. And 120 years later that description is just as apt today. It is a magnificent example of Victorian architecture... The post Grand Opera House Belfast appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • W5 Belfast

    whowhatwherewhenwhy – W5 is Ireland’s award winning science and discovery centre at Odyssey in Belfast. With over 250 amazing interactive exhibits in four incredible exhibition areas, W5 provides a unique experience as well as fantastic fun for visitors of all ages... The post W5 Belfast appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Ulster Museum – Art Exhibitions in 2015

    The Ulster Museum is free of charge and is at stop #17 on the Belfast City Sightseeing tour route. They have some excellent exhibitions throughout 2015 that you should have a look at if you are in Belfast this year... The post Ulster Museum – Art Exhibitions in 2015 appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Things to do in Belfast on a Sunday Morning

    Belfast on a Sunday morning can take visitors by surprise. Although shops cannot let you in to browse until 12.30pm and let you purchase anything before 1.00pm, there are lots of things to do and see while the city is still sleepy and soporific... The post Things to do in Belfast on a Sunday Morning appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • Visit Titanic Dock & Pumphouse Belfast

    The Titanic Dock and Pumphouse is an incredible physical space - it is the dry dock constructed for RMS Titanic and its sister ships so is often called ‘Titanics footprint‘. It is located on Queens Road in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter... The post Visit Titanic Dock & Pumphouse Belfast appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • See Belfast Art that isn’t Murals

    Calling All Art Lovers! If you enjoy browsing through art galleries then you’re in for a treat, because Belfast boasts some of the most interesting and quirky art collections and exhibitions in the Province - and what’s more, there’s not a mural in sight! The post See Belfast Art that isn’t Murals appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

Belfast City-Sightseeing Ltd

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  • Queen’s University Motto

    “Pro tanto quid retribuamus (For so much, what shall we give back?)” Queen’s University Belfast – a great way to pass a few hours having a walk around. Right at the heart of Queen’s Quarter, one of Belfast’s four cultural areas – this imposing building really is worth a visit. For those with a love […] The post Queen’s University Motto appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

  • A new way of looking at things

    “ones’ destination is never a place but a new way of looking at things” It’s easy to think about trips and travel as needing a few weeks off work, going to sunny climes, pockets filled with foreign currency and bulging suitcases. Although, how fantastic would it be to take a trip, travel and sight-see in […] The post A new way of looking at things appeared first on Belfast City Sightseeing.

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