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Belfast

The capital of Northern Ireland, this grand city is the second largest on the entire island and has a fascinating history, strong cultural heritage and a number of world-famous landmarks and visitor attractions. The city is adorned with landmarks such as Belfast Castle and Belfast City Hall, plus a distinctive fusion of traditional and modern culture, which visitors have come to love. The city also features a number of friendly pubs, fine-dining restaurants and an eclectic nightlife with many trendy bars and clubs to choose from. Visitors are also a short journey from a number of rural, quaint towns and villages, which can be reached for relaxing day trips from the city.

We love Belfast because...

  • Vibrant city buzz
  • Strong cultural heritage
  • Ideal base for exploring
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Apple Apartments Belfast
Obel Tower 62 Donegall Quay Belfast BT1 3AT

Just 10 minutes from the Titanic Experience and five minutes from Belfast City Centre, these apartments are ideal for self-catering breaks in Belfast.

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Apple Apartments Belfast
Obel Tower 62 Donegall Quay Belfast BT1 3AT

Just 10 minutes from the Titanic Experience and five minutes from Belfast City Centre, these apartments are ideal for self-catering breaks in Belfast.

In and around Belfast

The Giant's Causeway

Nearby to Belfast, this legendary UNESCO World Heritage site is a dramatic geological formation within the stunning coastline County Antrim. The site has featured in local folklore and legends for longer than we can record, with the most popular folk theory being that it was built by giants! Comprised of over 40,000 basalt columns, Giant’s Causeway, is a leftover from a gigantic volcanic eruption millions of years ago.

Titanic Belfast

The largest titanic attraction in the world where you can follow the epic, true story of the Titanic from the place of its manufacture. Gain a unique perspective from the proud engineers and builders as well as the excitement, which surrounded the ship on its maiden voyage. Explore the shipyards and learn from the interactive galleries to learn more about this fascinating story.

Crumlin Road Gaol

This wonderful visitor attraction is a former jail, hailing from the Victorian 19th century and designated as a grade A historic building. The site is now open to visitors for guided tours and special events. Visitors can learn about all the history of the building and hear the chilling stories of this prison.

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