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Belfast is one of the most welcoming cities around and you'll find bags of exciting and fascinating things to do and see. Book one of our Belfast hotels and explore this amazing city.
St Anne's Cathedral is one of Belfast's most impressive sights, even more so at night. In 2007, the Spire of Hope was erected on the roof of this Romanesque edifice – projecting 40 metres into the sky. At night it becomes a beacon of light.
Donegall Square is the very heart of Belfast and features one of the city's grandest constructions, City Hall, which opened in 1906. This imposing civic building symbolises Belfast's status as a city, as granted by Queen Victoria.
Completing this trio of iconic landmarks is Stormont, the home of the Northern Ireland Assembly, which legislates for the country. Take the Stormont tour and even watch Assembly Members debate issues in the Assembly Chamber.
Between 1846 and 1996, Crumlin Road Gaol was the residence of a range of people from suffragettes to loyalist and republican prisoners. The site has been fully renovated and now you can experience what it was like for inmates. Make your way round the prison as your guide shows you the condemned man's cell, C-Wing and even the prison's own gravesite.
RMS Titanic was built in the Belfast shipyard. The completed ship left Belfast on 2nd April 1912 for successful trials. The ship launched on her maiden voyage eight days later, falling prey to an iceberg on the 14th April. Award-winning Titanic Belfast is housed within a striking modern structure, resembling ships' prows. Within this six-floor building is an interactive experience that relays the true story of the tragic passenger liner, from conception to its final, fateful day.
For great food, service and atmosphere Holohan's has got it covered. Even better – it's on a barge! Belfast's oldest surviving building is home to McHugh's Bar where you'll enjoy traditional Irish food and drink in this early 18th-century building. Stix & Stones is a premium steak and seafood restaurant that is new to the city and has already built up a terrific reputation due to its stylish décor, service and its cuisine.
Cornmarket is the city's main shopping street and there are also two shopping centres at Victoria Square and Castle Court. Late 19th-century St George's Market opens weekends, providing an array of goods from antiques and crafts to fresh fish and fruit. Monday to Saturday, Smithfield Market is where you'll discover a wide range of goods too.
Keef Halla Country House in Antrim is 13 miles from the centre of Belfast, and less than six miles from Lough Neagh, one of the locations for the Titanic's tests. Centrally located in the city, Travelodge Belfast provides good value and comfort. And Hilton Belfast has a delightful riverside position close to the heart of the city.