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    6 reasons to visit Belfast this autumn and winter

    Visit Northern Ireland's capital during the most special season of the year!

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    Titanic history, the most surprising restaurants and the cosiest music pubs  make Belfast an authentic and versatile destination for a city break, and it is only two hours from Dublin!

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    The Crown Liquor Saloon, Belfast

    1. Great pubs

    Belfast is full of cosy pubs from modern to traditional, and many of these pubs often have live music in the evenings. Want to learn more about Irish music? Then join the Belfast Trad Trail where you, accompanied by musicians, visit Belfast’s pubs.

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    Titanic Belfast

    2. Titanic Belfast

    A visit to the impressive Titanic Belfast should not be missed during a city trip to Belfast! After learning all about the ship of dreams (which was built in Belfast) you can stay in the Titanic ‘moment’ for a while longer and enjoy a high tea at the Titanic Hotel Belfast, located just around the corner in the old drawing offices where the ship was originally designed.

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    St. George's Market, Belfast

    3. Tasty food tours

    Prepare your taste buds for a taste sensation on a food tour of Belfast and taste the best the city has to offer, from local spirits to freshly prepared dishes. Discover here why Belfast is such a culinary hotspot.

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    4. City tour in a black cab

    Who knows a city best? Taxi drivers! Join a Black Cab Tour and discover the best places in the city guided by experienced taxi drivers/storytellers. A local experience that will leave you in awe.

    5. Giant's Causeway day trip

    This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a landscape you won't easily forget! It consists of no less than 40,000 basalt pillars that were created 60 million years ago. You can book a day tour at Paddywagon Tours , City Tours Belfast and McComb's Coach Travel, and many more.

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    Belfast City Hall

    6. The local Christmas market

    Did you know that you can visit a cozy Christmas market in Belfast? Here you will get into the Christmas spirit with locally made products and of course lots of delicious food and drinks. You can also visit the covered St. George's Market at the weekend for a souvenir or delicious street food.

    Practical information

    While there are no direct flights to Belfast from the Nordics available yet, we suggest flying to Dublin and then taking a convenient coach, train, or car drive to Belfast. This option is not only just as fast but also more convenient than a connecting flight!

    Flights from the Nordics:

    • With SAS you fly directly from Copenhagen to Dublin
    • With Ryanair you fly directly from Copenhagen and Billund to Dublin
    • With Norwegian you can fly directly from Copenhagen to Dublin

    Prefer the train? Travel by train from Copenhagen to Dublin and around the island with Interrailing Packages.

    Do you prefer to book a package holiday? Tema, Albatros, Ticket, DTF-travel, Hebor and Risskovrejser, all offer city breaks to Dublin.

    On the Transport for Ireland website you can easily plan your journey by public transport around the city.

    Belfast is located in Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom. So, keep in mind that you need a passport to travel to Belfast.

    The currency used in Belfast is the British Pound.