Welcome to Belfast – or “how ‘bout ye”, as they say here! This modern city is an eclectic medley of cultural treasures, with its mix of Victorian grandeur, industrial grit and living history. At Titanic Belfast, delve into where it all began for the Ship of Dreams; or take a journey through the city's past to its vibrant present at the visitor exhibition in imposing Belfast City Hall. If you're hungry, Belfast is stuffed with delectable delis and bakeries, or you can get a taste of everything at the world-famous St George's Market (open Friday to Sunday). Outside the city, you can follow in the footsteps of legends at the Giant's Causeway, dive into an exciting range of watersports at beautiful Strangford Lough, or wield your broadsword like a member of the Kingsguard on a Game of Thrones® locations tour. And as the sun begins to set on another adventure-filled Belfast day, the city dons a whole new face for a night of music and merriment. Come this way… Belfast city Welcome to an exciting, historical city with a thriving arts culture and a delicious food heritage. Belfast city is a unique place filled with character – and it wants to meet you! Belfast top 9 attractions The birthplace of Titanic, tasty food markets and a jaunt through history; all a stone’s throw from the city centre. Here are 9 must-see Belfast attractions. Belfast: music city Belfast is a city built on rock and roll! From some of the greats to the fresh home-grown talent, there’s a tune in this city for everyone. Titanic: Belfast built Welcome to the place the Ship of Dreams called home. Explore the docklands upon which she was built, and discover the story of the liner at the fascinating Titanic Belfast. 10 brilliant Belfast pubs Cosy traditional pubs, chic modern cocktail bars and some truly unique Victorian beauties: Belfast is a city that offers you the perfect pub to enjoy your favourite tipple. Belfast: back to nature Take a leisurely stroll around some of Belfast's most beautiful nature spots. Time to breathe in that fresh air, go for a ramble and enjoy the city in a different way. 5 reasons why Belfast tastes great The crispy Ulster Fry; the famous St George’s Market; a first-class Titanic menu: some cities have a unique flavour. Here's why National Geographic Travel says Belfast is “buzzing”. Trip idea: Belfast in 72 hours Prepare yourself – with its beautiful setting, thriving cultural scene, rich history, and a food scene that's making waves all over Europe, you're about to fall in love with Belfast. 5 ways to see Belfast Want to get to know Belfast? From Segways and harbour tours to foodie tours and black taxis, here are 5 fun and fascinating ways to discover the best the city has to offer.