Northern Ireland-Belfast

Tripoto
18th Dec 2014
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan
Photo of Northern Ireland-Belfast by Shruti Sidhan

Northern Ireland- Belfast

Day1- we traveled via a local airline,which landed in Belfast on a  thursday afternoon. Belfast was cold, windy and a very quaint. A small city in Northern Ireland.We walked the streets of Belfast, went to a christmas market which was full of small stalls of german sausages,chinese food,mulled wine,churros,Similar to what we had in Edinburgh

Day2: This was the day we took a lovely tour which costed us 18 pounds each. We visited  some great places such as the world famous Giants causeway, Carrick a rede road bridge, Antrim coast road ( which is one of the worlds finest stretches of road) and Dunluce castle.

Day 3: It was nice sunny morning, we took a bus tour of the city, walked some great roads, went to kings road, st George's street and Victoria square. We ate at this brillaint restuant FLAME-the best tandoori chicken, irish coffee and beer. Beautiful decor with lovely touch of classic Ireland.

Travel tips:

1.Book a local airline from London(use sky scanner for cheap flights

2.Tours at Belfast shouldn't  cost more than 20 pounds per head

3.Must try the christmas market and have the dutch pancakes/ churros (if going in winter)

Over all a short sweet visit to this beautiful city on the coast

Happy exploring!

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Hi shruti!! I am planning to visit belfast this coming december.Is it too cold? And can u help me is it safe to opt for ferry instead of flight .what was the condition of sea during your visit? Thank u
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