Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland and the birthplace of RMS Titanic. The visit to Belfast resulted in A LOT of great food and beer!
This boutique hotel in Belfast city centre is located in the heart of the historic Cathedral Quarter. The stunning Italianate building houses 62 rooms and suites that combine the city’s amazing history with sleek, contemporary style. Inspired by Belfast’s most famous ship, the Titanic, our hotel offers guests a luxurious stay with comfy beds and refreshing amenities.
The first stop was the Harley store! The gentleman in there recommended that we check out a quirky bar called Muriel’s (more later).
At Titanic Belfast, the Titanic Experience tells the story of Titanic in 9 interactive galleries. This is a must-do when in Belfast.
SS Nomadic is a tender ship and the last White Star Line ship in the world.
I love that this is called the Crapper!
Titanic’s Dock and Pump House
Titanic’s Dock and Pump House is where Titanic was built and launched. Unfortunately, it was closed and you couldn’t go down inside the dock. I was there a few years back and it was the highlight of my time in Belfast. I highly recommend going here if you’re in Belfast and hopefully it will be open for you.
Out and About in Belfast
It was laundry time again!
The coolest little gin bar ever (and a lot of undies & bras)!
Built in 1720, this is Belfast’s oldest traditional bar! This place was fabulous – good food (we ate here twice), live music and of course beer!
Mourne Seafood Bar
Walking Around Belfast
There is so much to see and nice to just wander around.
Best sign ever!
Jackie is “Mom” to one amazing son, an IT professional, and an obsessed traveller. She spends her time reading, golfing at Ladies League, and implementing software projects. Jackie has travelled to 7 continents and 90 countries and is always planning the next destination and adventure!