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We walked many areas of Belfast from the Red Bus to see the Cathedral Quarter. Very interesting what is in the area to see includes nice buildings, Churches, Musuem's and places to eat.
Lots to see and we had the time to look.
This building can be viewed while walking the wall of the city. Stone work on exterier is nice and the inside is lovely not a big barn of a place like some cathedrials. The staff are very friendly, chatty and helpful. Worth a visit
My family and I spent a few nights in Belfast this September, and ended up in the Cathedral Quarter for dinner every night. What a great selection of restaurants and bars for us to choose from! No worries about having to have the same think...More
You can't help but be drawn to the Cathedral Quarter. The view is dominated by a clock that is leaning to one side. Don't worry, it has been fixed. There is also St. Anne's Cathedral nearby. It is easy to walk to, just be aware...More
We walked across town to get here, about 15 mins from the Holiday Inn, and it was worth the trip. It was a quiet Sunny Sunday evening in June and all was very quiet until we got into the Quarter. It was very much alive...More
we stayed in Waring Street,at the premier inn.The area is close to two shopping centres a wide variety of pubs and bars.a couple of stops by bus from the Titanic and about 15 minutes to the airport. we stayed here for a couple of days...More
As Belfast is a small city almost any city centre hotel will be suitable and all the major attractions are all within easy walking distance. If on a budget, the Premier Inn in the cathedral quarter will provide you with... More
As Belfast is a small city almost any city centre hotel will be suitable and all the major attractions are all within easy walking distance. If on a budget, the Premier Inn in the cathedral quarter will provide you with some very good restaurants and bars right on your door step. From there the titanic museum is only a 15min walk. Or the other end of the budget could be the Merchant Hotel.
Belfast has a brilliant selection of bars and restaurants. And be sure to visit St George’s market Friday or Saturday morning, especially if it’s raining as the market is indoors and a great start to your day.