Destination Belfast

Destination Belfast

Our latest Stand Out Destinations campaign takes place in Belfast, surrounded by historical concrete and contemporary metal structures. Beyond this, Belfast is filled with culture, historical significance and an array of things to do and see. Read on as we discover what Belfast has to offer.

Titanic Belfast

Titanic, Belfast

First on our list is Titanic, which became the backdrop for much of our campaign imagery with its strong geometric shapes and patterns. However, its bold architecture is only just the start. Walk inside and you’ll find a whole history based around The RMS Titanic, which was built right where this museum is situated. The museum will take you from the moment the Titanic was built, to the moment it met its demise. With self-guided tours and 15 awards to its name, Titanic is an absolute-must if you are visiting Belfast.

Belfast Castle

Another piece of historical significance is Belfast Castle, which again features striking architecture. Alongside this, it features stunning well-kept gardens and mature, mixed woodlands. With a range of vantage points dotted around the attraction, you can also get an incredible view of the city which is a sight to see in its own right. If you’re looking for a relaxing day out where you can slowly stroll around and take everything in, and even chill out with Afternoon Tea, then Belfast Castle is the spot for you.

Cathedral Quarter Belfast

The Cathedral Quarter

More of a drinker than a sight-see-er? Or just looking for a fun evening in the city? The Cathedral Quarter is the place to be. Home to some Belfast faves such as Spaniyard, The Dirty Onion and The Thirsty Goat, this cultural nightlife spot is not one to miss out on. Each bar and restaurant is situated only within seconds of each other and all have great offerings with a bustling atmosphere to them. There’s something for pretty much everyone in The Cathedral Quarter.

Ulster Museum and Botanic Gardens

Another sight seeing opportunity is the Botanic Gardens, situated by Ulster Museum. A two-in-one opportunity, you can make a whole day out by visiting and exploring the museum, and ending your day with the Botanic Gardens next door. The Ulster Museum also provides a backdrop for our Stand Out Destinations campaign with more striking architecture, whilst the Botanic Gardens provide a softer side with plenty of Instagrammable photo opportunities for you and your friends. Ulster Museum features a range of fine art, archaeology, ethnography and more.

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