10AM – The best way to clear the cobwebs from a late night is by starting the day with an Ulster Fry. This local breakfast is legendary, and you can get one of the best at Maggie May's. Afterwards, head to St George's Market, which has a Saturday morning city food and craft market.
11:30AM – It’s time to get moving, so jump on a city bike. Along the River Lagan from the Botanic gardens to the docks, you quickly get a sense of the cityscape. Or how about a Black Taxi Tour of the city’s murals. With local knowledge from the driver, buckets of charm and an authentic accent, it’s an experience that’s really unique to this quirky capital. Only in Belfast.
1:30PM – Back in the city centre, grab lunch at one of Belfast’s best independent cafés, Established Coffee. The simple industrial interior is the perfect backdrop for great brunch and lunch dishes, with excellent coffee to match.
2:30PM – After lunch it’s Belfast’s “big event”: Titanic Belfast. This incredible exhibition tells the story of the world’s most famous ship right at the place where she was launched into the water. Explore the shipyard, travel to the depths of the ocean and see recreations of the cabins. You can keep the maritime theme going at the nearby Titanic Pump House and Dock, the SS Nomadic (one of the last White Star Line ships in the world) and the HMS Caroline (a WWI naval ship).