Belfast Flights GuideBelfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland and is known for being the birthplace of the famous Titanic. Head to the Titanic Quarter to pay tribute to the fallen vessel at the Titanic Museum before heading to the Waterfront Hall and The Arc Brasserie for stunning views over the harbour. Belfast Castle, Crumlin Road Gaol and Grand Opera House will show you some of Northern Ireland's history while St. George's Market and Duke of York will give you some Irish culture.
A drive of just over 2 hours will bring you to the Irish capital of Dublin but so will frequent busses and Ireland's Belfast-Dublin trainline. Ferries are available to take you from Belfast to the city of Liverpool in England while Galway is also accessible by car, train, or bus.
Belfast's sea climate makes for mild winters and warm summers with a lot of sunshine during the spring months of May and June. Belfast comes alive during the warm summer months where temperatures are moderate and cultural festivals are on the go. Crowds die down during the spring and autumn months and winter brings the wetter season with shorter days to explore. Many people head out of town during the marches in July making this another quiet time to visit.
Fly to Belfast from these popular routes with great prices.
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