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This area of Northern Ireland has around 270,000 people.
Want to start your trip with a bang? A famed sight, Giant's Causeway should't be missed.
Give the kids a treat and enjoy some quality time at the Queens Film Theatre and Junction Jack's Mini Golf. Battlefield CQB and Escarmouche Outdoor Laser Tag are also great places to visit if the little ones aren't too worn out.
If you're into animals, put the Belfast Zoo on your must-visit list. Be sure to ask the staff about special events and where to find the zoo's more unusual species.
From amateur horticulturalists to casual gardeners, everyone is sure to love the specimens on display at the Belfast Botanic Gardens. Many visitors also like to have a wander through the City of Belfast International Rose Garden and Tropical Ravine House.
Pack a picnic hamper and take some time out in the leafy surroundings of Lagan Valley Regional Park and Cave Hill Country Park. You'll also find plenty of room to lie down in the grass at Carnanmore Park and Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park.
Whether you're searching for a specific map or some general pointers, the knowledgeable staff at Visit Belfast Welcome Centre will be able to help you out.
Switch your phone to silent and have a break from the noise of the modern world at Torr Head and Colin Glen Forest Park. Nature-loving tourists will also have a wonderful time at Black Mountain and Divis.
Grab a friend and explore some of the favored cultural institutions nearby. Meander through the hallways as you check out the different displays at the Titanic Belfast and the Ulster Museum. The Old Bushmills Distillery and the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum are also worthwhile.
With a wonderful collection of artifacts, models and displays, the W5 Interactive Discovery Centre is worth making the time for.
You don't have to be a lover of art to appreciate the captivating works at the Stephen Shaw Art Gallery and Emer Gallery.
Admire the interesting exhibits and view the historical vestiges from the past at the Fernhill House: People's Museum.
Wander back through this region's past with a visit to Belfast Castle and Clifton House, just a couple of the historic buildings and sites here. You might also like to get the camera out for some photos at the Castle Ward and Crumlin Road Jail.
Castles like Dunluce Castle are revered for their historical importance as well as their turrets and walls.
The region's spiritual side is on display at St. Anne's Cathedral and the Mussenden Temple. You might also like to have a walk around St. Malachy's Church and Sinclair Seamen's Church.
One of the most cherished local landmarks, Lagan Weir and Lookout is a must-see.
Set aside some time to consider notable moments in the history of Belfast at its many monuments and memorial sites, such as the Big Fish or St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Albert Memorial Clock Tower and Mount Stewart House and Gardens are also well worth checking out.
Every school has its own character and history, and the Queen's University of Belfast is certainly no exception. A significant part of the local scene, it makes an interesting excursion for anyone who enjoys the stimulating college environment.
You'll soon discover why this area has a reputation as a shopping hub. Buy local fashion, enjoy a meal or just enjoy the atmosphere at Castle Court Shopping Centre and Victoria Square Shopping Centre. You're also sure to be impressed with the massive range of items at St. George's Market and Abbeycentre Shopping.
If you love the arts, get some tickets, settle in to your seat and get ready to be entertained at the Grand Opera House or Ulster Hall. Waterfront Hall and the Lyric Theatre are also hotspots for local and touring artists.
This region's most prominent tourist sights sometimes overshadow its less renowned, but equally rewarding attractions. The Linen Hall Library and the Metropolitan Arts Centre might catch your interest. Also, consider visiting Dundonald International Ice Bowl and the Royal Portrush Golf Club - Dunluce Links if you can squeeze it in.
As it's the country's capital, finding a place to stay in Belfast should be a breeze. There are no less than 68 Belfast hotels that are currently listed with Expedia.
Two of the more higher-end Belfast accommodation options in which you can find the most comfortable hotel features in town, are The Merchant Hotel, at 16 Skipper Street, and the Hilton Belfast hotel, at 4 Lanyon Place. If you're after something a bit cheaper, the Windermere Guest House, 60 Wellington Park, and the Queens University Belfast - Elms Village, Elms Village, 78 Malone Road, could hit the right note.
Life is either a bold adventure or nothing at all, so why not dive into some new and exhilarating experiences?
Below you'll find some cool Belfast activities:
For a more complete range of activities, check out the Belfast things to do page.
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