Belfast

Belfast

A vibrant and rejuvenated city nestled between hills and the sea...

Titanic Quarter, Belfast, Northern Ireland

  • When the RMS Titanic sailed from Belfast’s Harland and Wolff shipyard in 1912, few could imagine the legacy this tragic ship would leave its home port. With the opening of the Titanic Quarter in 2012 and Belfast Waterfront’s £30million extension in 2016, the legacy was complete and a new era for Northern Ireland and its capital city began.

  • The enormous investment in Belfast Waterfront has transformed Belfast’s event product into a 21st century success, opening a host of opportunities for business event planners, with a 7000sqm convention centre, capacity to seat 2,200 delegates theatre-style and a newly developed infrastructure, including hotels, venues, restaurants and attractions.

  • Belfast is an intriguing and exciting city nestled between hills and the sea. It’s rejuvenation into a vibrant and modern hub, shrouds a deep current of history that’s full of hidden gems and warm hospitality. The city offers Michelin-starred restaurants, interactive galleries and museums, cosy pubs and quality accommodation. Local entertainment, brings the many engaging experiences Belfast offers to life, and provides a flavour of the city’s culture.

 

Belfast City Hall
Belfast City Hall

You can reach anywhere in the UK from Belfast in less than 90 minutes. Belfast International Airport is Northern Ireland’s main airport and offers direct flights between Europe and North America. Ferries to Ireland, Britain, France, Holland and the rest of Europe sale from Belfast’s historic port.

In Belfast, there are over 5,000 bedrooms of all accommodation types, from cosy family owned boutique hotels to big brands and campus options. Belfast can already cater for all event accommodation needs and with several new hotel developments planned, the choice, and value for money, offered will continue to expand.

On days away from the city, delegates can visit the Game of Thrones filming locations and take a trip to the North Antrim coast, to walk on the Giant’s Causeway and Causeway Coast, a UNESCO world heritage site. The entire area offers immense natural beauty and breath-taking scenery that has inspired generations.

 

 

For expert help organising your event in Belfast, contact Tourism Northern Ireland

Belfast Waterfront
Belfast Waterfront

Belfast Waterfront Conference
Belfast Waterfront Conference Centre

Merchant Hotel
Merchant Hotel