- Arrival in Belfast, It is Northern Ireland’s capital. It was the birthplace of the RMS Titanic, which famously struck an iceberg and sunk in 1912. This legacy is recalled in the renovated dockyards' Titanic Quarter, which includes the Titanic Belfast, an aluminium-clad museum reminiscent of a ship’s hull, as well as shipbuilder Harland & Wolff’s Drawing Offices and the Titanic Slipways, which now host open-air concerts.
- Pickup from Belfast International Airport and transfer to the hotel.
- Check in to the hotel and evening free @ Leisure.
accommodation at the hotel.
- Breakfast at the Hotel.
- Pick-up from the hotel for your full day tour.
- Visit Titanic Belfast, it is a rich multimedia spectacle standing on the site where the eponymous ill-fated luxury liner was built and first launched. Opened in 2012 to mark the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s infamous maiden—and only—voyage, Titanic Belfast swiftly became one of Northern Ireland’s most visited tourist attractions.
- Exhibits chronicle the rise of Belfast as arm industrial superpower, re-create the city’s shipyard experience circa the early 1900s, and chart every detail of the construction of the Titanic, from bridge to passenger quarters.
- Visit Ulster Museum: A five-minute drive from the Waterfront Hall will bring you to The Ulster Museum. Having undergone a major refurbishment in recent years, it's now one of Belfast's must-see attractions. This impressive national museum should be high on the list for any visitor for a number of reasons, not least of all that it doesn't shy away from the city's recent troubled past. Exhibits include a 2,500-year-old Egyptian Mummy (Princess Takabuti, unwrapped in Belfast in 1835), the Armada Room, and a gallery of modern art masterpieces. Other highlights include collections of ancient relics, a richly diverse collection of art, history, and natural science exhibits spread over several floors.
- Visit Belfast City Hall: Belfast City Hall is another government building that should be included on your Northern Ireland travel itinerary. Located in the city center, this handsome structure was built in 1906 and remains one of the most distinctive landmarks in Belfast's downtown core. Tourists are welcome to explore the building as part of a guided tour, so popular that they've become one of the top free things to do in Belfast. Please note, though, that tours are available on a first-come, first served basis, so allow plenty of time in your schedule.
- Highlights of these one-hour tours include seeing a good-sized art display and historic stained-glass windows and an exhibit outlining the city's history. Afterwards, you can browse the gift shop or visit the café.
- Be sure to also visit the grounds of the City Hall, with its Titanic Memorial Gardens and vast lawns (and pack a picnic!). A fun thing to do at night in Belfast it to walk the grounds, as the building is colourfully illuminated.
- Back to hotel and overnight stay.
- Breakfast at the Hotel.
- Pickup from hotel for your full day tour.
- Visit St. Anne’s Cathedral: Designed by architect Sir Thomas Drew and begun in 1898, St. Anne's Cathedral is the main church of the Anglican Church of Ireland. Also often referred to as "Belfast Cathedral," it was built in neo-Romanesque style of the basilican type and has three west doorways adorned with sculpture.The baptismal chapel features an exquisite mosaic ceiling. Further points of interest are the carved stonework, many fine stained-glass windows, marble tiles on the floor and walls, and delicate woodwork. In the chapel, you'll find the tomb of Sir Edward Carson, leader of the Ulster Unionists, who died in 1935.
- Next you Visit Belfast Castle: Around four miles from the city center along the A2/A6-Antrim Road stands Belfast Castle. There are plenty of events here year-round, and it's a popular wedding venue due to its picturesque location and beautiful historic building. A castle has existed on this site since the 12th century in many different incarnations. The current structure dates from 1870, although additions and embellishments have taken place since then. There's a restaurant on-site, along with Cave Hill Visitor Centre. Cave Hill Country Park and the Adventure Playground are well worth exploring, and the grounds are particularly popular for picnics during summer months.
- Visit Crumlin Road Gaol: When it closed in 1996, many believed the infamous Crumlin Road prison would never reopen. How wrong they were. The once notorious jail has quickly become one of Belfast's premier visitor attractions since reopening just a short time ago in 2012. This is one of the best places to visit to learn about Northern Ireland's history. Fascinating guided tours tell of the women and children who were incarcerated here, as well as the segregation of republican and loyalist prisoners.You can wander through the underground tunnel that used to connect the jail to the courthouse, sit in the Governor's chair and, rather gruesomely, pay a visit to the condemned men's cell.
- Back to hotel and overnight stay.
- Breakfast at the Hotel.
- Pick from the hotel for your full day tour.
- Visit Giant Causeway: The Giant's Causeway is a cluster of approximately 40,000 basalt columns rising out of the sea on the Antrim Coast of Northern Ireland. It is the result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. It is located in County Antrim on the north coast of Northern Ireland, about three miles northeast of the town of Bushmills. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the area draws thousands of tourists each year who come to marvel at and photograph this natural wonder.
- Visit Stormont, Parliament Buildings: No visit to Belfast, or indeed Northern Ireland, would be complete without at least seeing this grandiose and often controversial building. This is the home of the "Power Sharing Executive," or Northern Ireland Assembly, the place where former foes sit down together and carry out the day-to-day business and politics of running the state.Dating from 1921, it was built to house the then newly formed government of the Province. It's impossible to miss the statue of Unionist Sir Edward Carson on the front lawn. Despite its controversial legacy, the scenic grounds are popular with day-trippers, joggers, and those simply wishing to escape the city for a while. The building is open weekdays for tours.
- Spend your rest of the time in Botanic Garden & Palm House: A pleasant way to relax for a few hours, the Botanic Gardens was established in 1828 and has been owned by Belfast City Council since 1895 when it became a public park set on 28 acres. The elegant Palm House was designed by Sir Charles Lanyon and contains a diversity of tropical plants, including birds of paradise and lush hanging baskets. Comprised of curved iron and glass, the structure is one of the earliest examples of a glasshouse made in this way, and demonstrates how advances in technology at the time allowed horticulturists to grow exotic plants.The Tropical Ravine was built in 1889 and houses exotic delights such as bromeliad, banana, orchids, and cinnamon, and protects some of the world's oldest seed plants. The gardens are also a popular venue for concerts and festivals, and once hosted a concert by famed Irish band, U2. Just north of the gardens is Queen's University with its fine Tudor-style buildings.
- Back to the hotel and overnight stay.
- Breakfast at the hotel.
- Check-out and get picked up from the hotel for your transfer to Belfast International Airport for flight back.
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