Blog Posts for Belfast

The city of Belfast, Northern Ireland's capital and largest city, is a treasure trove of architectural styles. From the Victorian-era buildings in the Cathedral Quarter to the art deco gems on Royal Avenue, from the Italianate villas of Belvoir Terrace to the warehouses that line Queen's Quay, this compact city has an eclectic look. The brick houses built after World War II have been dubbed 'Belfast Boxes' for their uniform shape and size.

The city also has a number of green spaces including Belvoir Park and the Belfast Castle grounds which are popular with locals and visitors alike because they offer seclusion from urban life without being too far from it altogether. Belfast is also home to the Ulster Museum, which has a large collection of Irish and European art, as well as the Titanic Experience, a museum dedicated to the ill-fated ship.

We write lots of blog posts from each individual area of free activities to do. Have a look at our blog posts from the city of Belfast by clicking the links below:


Free Things to do in Belfast


Cycling Routes in Belfast


Forest Walks near Belfast


Local Delicacies and Souvenirs from Belfast


Victoria Square in Belfast