Belfast in the Fall: Let’s Go!

Compact enough to cover in a few days and nights, Northern Ireland’s capital is full of top-class attractions, culture, a fantastic foodie scene, great nightlife, lively pubs, clubs, all kinds of tours, shopping and loads of surprises for couples and friends alike.
   Walking tours around Belfast include anything from sightseeing, history, arts and of course music, with the Belfast Traditional Music Trail a unique way to experience the city. Foodies will also love getting ‘off the eaten track’ down quiet streets and into hidden corners to meet locals making world-beating products with Taste and Tour NI.
Among the top adventures are:
•Adventure into the trendy Titanic Quarter to uncover the story of RMS Titanic. The Titanic Belfast exhibition tells the story of the famous ship right at the place where she was launched over 100 years ago. Dive deeper into the history-laden quays, docks and riverside of the Maritime Mile and you will find the Titanic Pump House and Dock, the floating museums of SS Nomadic, which ferried passengers to Titanic, and the amazing HMS Caroline, the last survivor of the Battle of Jutland in World War I.
• Game of Thrones® fans will love the Glass of Thrones Trail along the Maritime Mile. Created to celebrate 10 years of filming in Belfast, the six huge stained glass windows on this self-guided walking trail depict the most famous families, characters and scenes from the show, ending with the iconic ‘Iron Throne’.
•Take trips to the Ulster Museum and the green-domed City Hall, see the sights in style with a Black Taxi tour of the city’s edgy murals, or experience what life was like behind bars at the notorious Crumlin Road Gaol. Then take a stroll through St George’s Market, one of the best covered markets in the UK and Ireland and thrumming with food, craft and entertainment.;

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