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“The city has undergone a metamorphosis in recent years with over £300m investment in the tourism infrastructure and is now emerging as a dynamic new destination for conferences, meetings and events. Belfast, a city rich in Victorian and Edwardian architecture standing side by side with new state-of-the-art convention centres and hotels; a city filled with atmospheric pubs and fine restaurants, a city where the people and their humour is renowned.”



Belfast, capital city of Northern Ireland is situated within an hours drive of some of Europe's most unspoiled and spectacular scenery.

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With some of the most beautiful and diverse countryside in Europe, it is a great time to explore Northern Ireland, and nowhere is very far from Belfast! Within an hour you can be watching seals dive from rocks in meandering loughs, rambling mountain slopes, walking golden beaches, or strolling through forest past stunning waterfalls. Within a couple of hours you can reach the Giants Causeway, or the beautiful Atlantic beaches of the stunning Causeway Coast or Slieve Gullion.


If you're serious about clothes, shoes or accessories, and you want to see the best and biggest names in the fashion world, you'll find what you seek somewhere in the Lisburn Road. The Northern Irish crafts fraternity, once in the shadow of the south, is blossoming with innovative, striking and beautiful pottery, glassware, woodwork, and many more.


Belfast has every kind of venue to house the best in the world of arts. With magnificent new buildings like the Waterfront Hall and Odyssey Arena, old favourites such as the Grand Opera House and Ulster Hall, atmospheric theatres like the Lyric, presenting the best in contemporary drama down by the River Lagan, Belfast presents the best in the world of culture and arts.


A handful of talented young chefs and restauranteurs, who felt that they had the vision to re-invigorate the Belfast eating scene and create a style unique to the city. Slowly at first, in recent years more rapidly, raising levels of expectation and competition and hastened by the astonishing degree of investment in new restaurants, hotels and cafes.


Gold medal Olympian Mary Peters, the world's greatest soccer player, 'Belfast Boy' George Best, snooker stars and international boxers and rugby players, when it comes to producing sporting heroes, Belfast punches above its weight. The Gaelic sports of hurling and football, soccer, rugby, even cricket. No sport receives a noisier following than the latest to arrive in the city - ice hockey. Venture down to the Odyssey Arena and cheer on the hugely successful Belfast Giants


A queue of late teens and twenty-somethings is building outside a dance club in the atmospheric Cathedral Quarter of the city. Milk Bar Club and it rivals anything on the European club scene. Belfast has dozens more like it, playing hip-hop, dance, garage, house, techno, R & B, and funk, seven nights a week.

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