Discover Titanic city
Long before Jack and Rose, there was Harland & Wolff: a household name in Belfast, this is the company that built and launched the ship of dreams. Today, over a century on from its construction and tragic end, Titanic lives on in the very footprint of where it was built. Titanic Belfast, voted the World's Leading Tourist Attraction, is packed with nine interactive galleries, six story-filled floors and countless accounts, exhibits and memories that root the infamous liner very much in the city where she was created. One thing's for certain: a morning spent with Titanic will build up a correspondingly massive appetite – and thankfully, Belfast is the perfect place to be hungry! Check out St George's Market, where you can fill up on a quintessential Ulster Fry or ocean-fresh seafood; or pop into Deane's Eipic for some seriously fancy eats.
Take a Black Taxi Tour and be chauffered around the city and suburbs by an expert driver who knows all the spots written in the hearts of the locals. If you want to get to know the real Belfast, from the political murals to the true stories of its colourful culture, this is one tour you can't miss.