Visit the Northern Irish City of Belfast
Holiday accommodation for your Belfast getaway
The capital of Northern Ireland is the perfect location for tourist who enjoy cityscapes as well as those who enjoy the great outdoors. Belfast is full of history, character and charm; you are bound to have a great holiday in this vibrant metropolis. Here you will feel immediately at ease by being embraced by the local Northern Irish hospitality. No matter the season and whether you wish to escape to the countryside or in the heart of the city, CASAMUNDO has something for all tastes.
The beauty of Northern Ireland and Belfast’s many cultural quarters
There are four cultural quarters to the city that should definitely be on your bucket list whilst staying in a Belfast. Queens Quarter is the southern-most quarter in Northern Ireland’s capital, where you will also find the Botanic Gardens; an ideal location for a picnic and to sit outside and enjoy the relatively warm temperatures during spring and summer. The Cathedral Quarter is Belfast’s nightlife hub. Here you can also find St. Anne’s Cathedral and the Grand Opera House, as well as a variety of arts and culture places to visit, such as the Safehouse Arts Gallery, Community Visual Images and Northern Visions TV. The Gaeltacht Quarter has strong educational ties and boats of the Conway Mill and Féile an Phobail. Lastly, the Titanic Quarter can be found in the North, at the Belfast Harbour, here is where the world-famous RMS Titanic was build. The Northern Irish do know how to party and find various vibrant areas, such as the Gaeltacht Quarter and Titanic Quarter, to visit and party the night away during your getaway here. You will not be disappointed with the wide range of selection of bars, pubs and nightclubs available throughout the city.
For those who are not after partying but are after a way to spend the evening, the Queens Film Theatre is the ideal way to spend the evening with the kids and your loved ones. Check the schedule and choose from a wide range of independent and European films. The Grand Opera House is also a must visit for those opera fans; whatever you decide, you will have a great trip here in the heart of Northern Ireland. If you are after adventure and hiking during your Belfast city breaks, there are various hills and slopes to climb! The Cave hill is a great hill to climb as this is also where you can find the magnificent Belfast Castle. For those wanting to climb the highest peaks in Belfast, then head to the Black Mountain where you will get breath-taking views at over 1200 feet! For those who think they would not enjoy being in a city and would prefer to stay in the rural Northern Irish countryside, then Ballycastle and Omagh are just two further great locations here.