In 2006 Belfast was named by Lonely Planet as a ‘must-see' city.
Now, six years later, that is truer than ever - Belfast continues to be a must-see city. We recently celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's construction and destruction, and there will continue to be several attractions to visit, both in City Centre and within the Titanic Quarter.
Also home to great music, fashion, movies and TV shows (Game of Thrones, for example) Belfast has something for everyone. From Belfast Castle in the North, Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park's Rose Week in the South, Black Mountain hanging over the West and Titanic Quarter to the East there's always something to see or do.
The skyline of Belfast is constantly changing as more and more high rise buildings, both business and residential, are created along the River Lagan. The recently revealed plans for the new shopping area at City Centre means the city is continuing to grow and prosper, even in these tough economic times.
Even with her troubled past, Belfast's quarters, from Queen's to Titanic to Cathedral to Market, are full of fun and interesting things to see and do.