Pubs, pubs and more pubs. At first glance, this looks likes there are more pubs than people and this is the only thing to do in Belfast. Don’t get me wrong, I love sitting in a warm dry pub talking about how the ‘craic’ is. But step outside into the red brick streets with a few majestic buildings thrown in and you enter a world of much more than the drinks on tap!
On Sundays, head down to the Farmer’s markets at St. George square. This is where all the crafty types come out and flog their stuff to you. A chance to meet the locals and pick yourself up a little souvenir which isn’t covered in a shamrock.
For the adventurous people with a couple of spare hours, head to the Belfast Castle by bus. But don’t stop there. Cave Hill is strung with numerous walkways which finish up at the windy top and a landscape view of the city of Belfast.
Built in 2012, the Titanic museum showcases Belfast’s forgotten ship building industry which strived in the early 20th century. The museum is an interactive display which looks into the stories behind the crew and passenger’s of the Gigantic ship.
After ticking off all the sights in Belfast, it’s time to head to one of your favourite pub to blow the froth off a couple!