Kelly’s cellar was built in 1720 and is Belfast’s oldest traditional Irish pub. This pub is famous for the best pint of Guinness and homemade Irish Beef Stew. Right in the city centre - call in and experience a traditional Irish welcome.
Benedict’s is number 1 for value for money. A wide range of cocktails are on offer at just £2.95, 7 days a week – great for those on a budget. There’s also free entry into the bar to enjoy local bands and a DJ, if
Queen’s University Belfast - a great way to pass a few hours having a walk around. Right at the heart of Queen’s Quarter, one of Belfast’s four cultural areas - this imposing building really is worth a visit
It’s easy to think about trips and travel as needing a few weeks off work, going to sunny climes, pockets filled with foreign currency and bulging suitcases. Although, how fantastic would it be to take a trip, travel and sight-see in our own city!
The stunning natural beauty of the Mountains of Mourne has long since been immortalised in the song of the same name by Percy French who was, without doubt, one of Ireland’s most prolific songwriters. He wrote it one clear day in 1896 sitting upon the
Belfast’s Titanic Quarter can now boast another jewel in its crown of maritime history - the sole survivor of the First World War’s Battle of Jutland: the illustrious and the magnificent HMS Caroline. This living legend has just been completely restored to its seafaring glory
The Ulster-Scots phrase ‘Fair Faa Ye’ has long stood the test of time and can still be heard in the Province of Ulster, mainly on the north and east coasts of Counties Antrim and Down. It's an extremely versatile phrase and can be used both
It’s been described as the best Belfast Irish Experience and if you take a visit to An Chultúrlann on the Falls Road, it’s easy to see why! Set over three floors in a former Presbyterian Church, Cultúrlann McAdam O Fiaich is situated right in the