A tale of two cities (if you'll forgive the cliche), Belfast achieves that perfect balance between throbbing European capital
city and gateway to the rugged, unspoilt natural beauty of Northern Ireland.
First impressions of Belfast paint a picture of a buzzing metropolis with enough to keep even the most particular visitor
busy for weeks. Exploding with a heady blend of history and new-generation culture, Belfast boasts an immeasurable array of
sumptuous restaurants, stylish clubs, bars to suit all tastes, sporting opportunities and enough shopping to bankrupt a media mogul.
A trip to the city of Belfast wouldn't be complete without a period of immersion and reflection on 'The Troubles' spanning the
late 1960s to the signing of the Good Friday Agreement in 1998. The city is dotted with sobering reminders of the tragic events
that took place, along with inspiring tales of personal strives for a better future. Rather than trying to hide its past, Belfast
is embracing it and proving to the world that adversity can be overcome - with typical Irish style and aplomb!
Follow a mind-blowing walking tour around the Titanic Quarter with a trip to any of Belfast's charming traditional Irish bars,
where visitors are invited to taste local whiskeys, mix with the locals and dance their hearts out all night.
From little-known historical gems to lessons that must never be forgotten, Belfast inspires everyone who takes the time to
visit it on an entirely different and individual level.