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West Belfast Full review
avatarpicture nopolarith THE BEST REVIEW
Brilliant Place To Go : By far one of the best experiences I had while in Northern Ireland (and Ireland, quite honestly). I leveraged one of the "black cab" tours and had a guide that was actively involved during the troubled times. Since it was just me, I was allowed to ask dozens of questions and have an engaged discussion with the tour guide.

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Ulster Museum Full review
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Brilliant Museum : It's a nice little museum, definitely worth a visit (if you like museums of course). The fact that it's small is great, because you get to see everything and it doesn't take up too much time. They have interesting things to see and it's free to visit.
The Ulster Museum, located in the Botanic Gardens in Belfast, has around 8,000 square metres of p... [..]

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Queen's University Belfast Full review
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Worth A Visit : We stopped and walked the grounds just a way in and visited the Galileo statue (supposedly lucky if you rub his toe. Our guide was a graduate of Queens and quite familiar with the history. Wish we could have stayed longer but we were on to the Peace Wall.
Queen's University Belfast is a public research university in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The uni... [..]

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The Crown Liquor Saloon Full review
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Wonderful : Gorgeous old world pub. I visited on a bank holiday Saturday night. If you like to get served promptly be prepared for a wait. The staff are scarce and the few on duty are indifferent and dont seem to care too much about bartending.
The Crown Liquor Saloon is a pub in Great Victoria Street in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Refurbish... [..]

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Europa Hotel Full review
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A Must Visit : Beautiful place for a quick chat and drink. During our pit stop for drinks (me and the missus) the lift doors opened up and water was pi**ing everywhere from the roof!! Was pretty serious. Was quickly put out of order to repair.
The Europa Hotel is a four-star hotel in Great Victoria Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland. It has... [..]

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National Trust - Rowallane Garden Full review
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Lovely Spot : Lovely gardens, very well kept. The walk is not vast but a decent length with lots of options for loops /shortcuts. Unfortunately, the cafe is always slow to serve and frequently runs out of food. Staff is always very friendly though despite being so evidently busy!
Rowallane Garden is a National Trust property located immediately south of Saintfield, County Dow... [..]

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Saintfield Full review
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Beautiful Place : If you are in Saintfield, then you must visit Titanic Belfast, Ulster Museum, Ulster Aviation Society, Botanic Gardens, Carryduff Library, Streamvale Open Farm, Drumbo Park Greyhound Stadium, Rowallane Garden, Down County Museum, National Football Stadium, Kingspan Stadium, and WWT Castle Espie Wetland Centre.
Saintfield is a village and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is about halfway be... [..]

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Lagan Valley Regional Park Full review
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Highly recommended for a day out: Fantastic place, fun for all the family regardless of age and swimming ability. Best to head at times where it’s not too busy as slide wait time can be long. Changing rooms are some of the best I’ve seen!. Plenty of family cubicles which are fantastic when you’ve got babies/toddlers in tow.
The Lagan Valley is an area of Northern Ireland between Belfast and Lisburn. The Lagan is a famo... [..]

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Belfast City Hall Full review
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Historical Place : Beautiful historical building that is definitely worth seeing and the fact that it is so handy to get to from the bus station and central to the city center is very useful too. Has a Titanic Memorial Garden on the grounds outside with a lovely monument to those lost.
Belfast City Hall is the civic building of Belfast City Council. Located in Donegall Square, Belf... [..]

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Donegall Square North Full review
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Beautiful Place : Fantastic hotel in a great location. Staff is so friendly and efficient. Food was excellent and good service. Really enjoyed our short stay and can't wait to return. They made a special birthday unforgettable in November 2017. Great place, recommended!
Donegall Square is a square in the centre of Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. In the cen... [..]

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Belfast Exposed Photography Full review
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Outstanding Place : One of Belfast's best galleries. Contemporary photography from local, national and international artists. A small gallery upstairs promotes emerging talent and they run an excellent programme of photography classes. At a course. Tutor called Christopher Barr is excellent. Conor is really very helpful
Belfast Exposed was Northern Ireland's first dedicated photographic gallery. Established in Belfa... [..]

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Titanic Interactive Trail Full review
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Historic Experience : We decided to make a trip to Cobh to trace the last steps of the Titanic. And what a lovely morning spent looking around the ticket hall, along the harbour, around the band stand area, lots of information about the beautiful liner...whilst moving and sad it was a humbling experience to sit in the memorial gardens looking out to sea.

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SS Nomadic Full review
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Can't Miss It: Great to actually get on board a boat having visited the Titanic museum. Definitely worth a visit as it's part of your ticket price. More interesting history, but also just nice to step foot on something solid after hours of imagining what Titanic was like!
SS Nomadic is a former tender of the White Star Line, launched on 25 April 1911 in Belfast now on... [..]

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The Odyssey Pavillion Full review
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Worth A Visit : Was here to see Kevin Bridges. Venue was large and well suited for the event, and had a good view of the stage despite being far back. The problems I have are with the complex itself, very limited choice of restaurants, so stood in a long queue beforehand for Pizza Hut.
The Odyssey Complex, which consists of the Odyssey Pavilion, SSE Arena Belfast and W5 is a large ... [..]

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St George's Market Full review
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A feast for foodies!: Vibrant, colourful, and bustling with delicious food and craft, St. George's Market is one of the oldest attractions in Belfast. So much variety and tastes, it hard to control one's appetite and craving for shopping. An amazing place for foodies and shopping aficionados alike.
St George's Market is the last surviving Victorian covered market in Belfast, Northern Ireland. I... [..]

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Botanic Gardens Full review
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Colorful and Beautiful: The wonderful garden has an impressive collection of plants and tree species from the southern hemisphere. It is a wonderful recreational point to spend time with loved ones, and an amazing place for plant-lovers. The garden is popular with the locals for arranging festivals, and other events.
Botanic Gardens is a public park in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Occupying 28 acres of south Belfa... [..]

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Friar's Bush Full review
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Historic Cemetery with the mysterious ‘Friar’s Stone’: It is Belfast's oldest Christian burial site. The bush is home to mysterious ‘Friar’s Stone’ with AD 485 inscribed on it. The mystery shrouding the cemetery has long intrigued historians and locals. The graved is hauntingly beautiful and some of the inscriptions written on the tombstones are quite touching.

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Castle Street Full review
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Nice Place : It is mainly boys place, not for families. The environment there isn't good. No roof plus nothing on the floor simple ground. But the taste of food is exquisite. It also provides home delivery services so that you can enjoy the tasty food while in your place.

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Fernhill House Full review
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Time Well Spent : I have stayed there twice and going back again next month. It is always a pleasure. It has the one of the coziest lounges you will come across. Very clean. The rooms are excellent. The service is top class. Recommended!

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Belfast Castle Full review
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A grand architecturally beautiful castle: Architecturally beautiful castle with great views all around. We took a walk around the premises and enjoyed a good cup of coffee at the cafe there. It might not be spectacular castle-like many others that you would see in the United Kingdom but is worth the visit if you are in the area.
Belfast Castle is set on the slopes of Cavehill Country Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland in a prom... [..]

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Ulster Folk & Transport Museum Full review
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A ride in the transport of the yesteryear. : The museum houses on the most comprehensive transport collections in Europe ranging from horse-drawn carriages to vintage motorbikes, and cars. The folk museum with its exquisite collection of traditional crafts offers a glimpse into the life of Northern England of the yore.
The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum is situated in Cultra, Northern Ireland, about 11 kilometres... [..]

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Cultra Full review
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An Excellent Day : This park is just outside Belfast on the A2 towards Bangor. I've been here many times. Every time in Ireland I make a point of going. The historical fineness of this walking your is absolutely a treasure. With the clock frozen in the early 1900's this museum shows urban and rural life at that time in architecture and occupation.

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The Linen Hall Library Full review
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Exciting Visit : Linenhall library is a rite of passage if you are visiting Belfast. It will be a brief visit but it is worth popping in and admiring the architecture of the place if nothing else. The library has an extensive collection of reference books and archive materials.
The Linen Hall Library is located at 17 Donegall Square North, Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is t... [..]

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Lockview Road Full review
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Polite Place : Stopped off for coffee this morning for the first time and I was extremely impressed by the cafe. The decor inside and out is amazing. Very modern and classy. The coffee was excellent and the seating outside comfortable. Staff were polite and efficient. I'll make a point of returning to try the food.

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Carrickfergus Castle Full review
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Spooky Tour and Interesting architecture: Nestled by the Belfast Lough, the castle is a beautiful piece of architecture. The Spooky tour is quite interesting. Human Skeletons sitting aside a table with skulls in the plates and glowing candles in the darkroom create a horror scene.
Carrickfergus Castle is a Norman Irish castle in Northern Ireland, situated in the town of Carri... [..]

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National Trust - Mount Stewart House, Garden and Temple of the Winds Full review
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Simply Outstanding : Such a beautiful and well maintained historical building. The house is full of antiquities and the gardens are immaculate. The cafe provides a range of excellent products and the shop is like an Aladdin's cave. One of our favorite places
Mount Stewart is an 19th-century house and garden in County Down, Northern Ireland, owned by the ... [..]

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Belfast Lough
Belfast Lough is a large, intertidal sea inlet on the east coast of Northern ...
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Colin Glen Forest Park
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Cave Hill Country Park
Travel picture of Cave Hill Country Park Cave Hill, sometimes spelt as Cavehill, is a basaltic hill overlooking the ci...
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Strathmore Park
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Avalon Guitars
Avalon Guitars is the name of an acoustic guitar manufacturer based in Newtow...
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Parliament Buildings
Travel picture of Parliament Buildings Parliament Buildings, commonly known as Stormont because of its location in t...
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Newtownards is a large town, townland and civil parish in County Down, Northe...
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Prince of Wales Avenue
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St Anne's Cathedral
Travel picture of St Anne's Cathedral St Anne's Cathedral, also known as Belfast Cathedral, is a cathedral of the C...
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Lagan Weir
Travel picture of Lagan Weir The Lagan Weir, completed in 1994, at a cost of £14m, is located across the L...
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Grand Opera House
Travel picture of Grand Opera House The Grand Opera House is a theatre in Belfast, Northern Ireland, designed by ...
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Scrabo Country Park
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WWT Castle Espie
Castle Espie is a wetland reserve managed by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust ...
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Ormeau Baths Gallery
Travel picture of Ormeau Baths Gallery The Ormeau Baths Gallery in Belfast, Northern Ireland, was one of Ireland's ...
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Meter House
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Klondyke Building
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Sinclair Seamen's Pres...
The Golden Thread Gallery is an art space in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is...
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Albert Memorial Clock
Travel picture of Albert Memorial Clock The Albert Memorial Clock is a clock tower situated at Queen's Square in Bel...
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St Malachys Church
Travel picture of St Malachys Church Saint Malachy's Church is a Catholic Church in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It ...
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Giant's Ring
Travel picture of Giant's Ring The Giant's Ring is a henge monument at Ballynahatty, near Shaw's Bridge, Bel...
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Minnowburn Beeches
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Sandy Row
Travel picture of Sandy Row Sandy Row is a street in south Belfast, Northern Ireland. It lends its name t...
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Travel picture of Hillsborough Hillsborough is a village, townland and civil parish in County Down, Northern...
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Ulster Hall
Travel picture of Ulster Hall Ulster Hall is a concert hall and grade B1 listed building in Belfast, Northe...
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