The Northern Irish Capital of Belfast has undergone remarkable changes and redevelopments over the course of the latter stages of the 1990s and into the 21st century, having transformed its image into leading centre of entertainment and cultural excellence. Following its turbulent history during the 1970s and 1980s, the city and its citizens have moved forward through innovation and renewal, placing Belfast firmly on the Irish Tourist Map.
Read more (+)
Accessible from most major European and UK destinations, Belfast is one of Ireland’s principal transportation hubs, having ferry connections to the Scottish mainland, Liverpool and the Isle of Man, two airports with direct flights to most European, UK and Irish cities as well as United States and Canada, and an excellent provision of coach and rail links to other major cities in Ireland. Welcome to one of Ireland’s Gateways!
Visitors to Belfast will be inspired and captivated with the city’s architectural and cultural gems including the strikingly imposing Neoclassical Stormont Castle, home to the National Assembly of Northern Ireland, the remarkable Queen’s University, the impressive City Hall and the Linen Hall Library amongst other palces of historical interest. To sample its rich cultural diversity and the resurgence of the Arts, why not experience Belfast for yourself where you will receive a warm Irish welcome.
President Clinton opted to take advantage of the luxuries at the Europa during his historical visit to Belfast in the 1990s, and anyone visiting this fine city centre hotel can expect impeccable customer care, as the president would have received during his stay. An Ideal base for visiting Belfast’s major city centre attractions including the Ulster Museum, Botanical Gardens, Shopping and Theatre District and Belfast City Hall!