In Belfast and NI

   With 2012 being the Centenary of the Sinking of the Titanic, why not visit the new Titanic Museum and Visitors centre, located at the docks where the Titanic was originally built.



    Belfast Bus Tours are a convenient and exciting way to see Belfast. Check out Belfast City Sightseeing for more information.



   Why not stray away from the usual student haunts and discover new and exciting social spots such as the Cathedral Quarter, home to some of the oldest establishments in Belfast



   Botanic Avenue is home to many different cuisines from around the world. Why not swap your fish and chips for a Sushi Train in Sakura or a burrito in Boojum?!




   Look out during the year for events such as the Belfast Film Festival, the Belfast Festival at Queen’s and the Coors Light Festival. These events are open to the public and are a great way to see local bands and experience local culture: why not take that someone special?!


Northern Ireland has many cultural events occurring all year round! Check out Discover NI to see what NI has in store.   
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