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On the place where the Titanic was built a hundred years ago, a superb museum opened its doors in April 2012 due to the centenary of the sinking. The facade is covered by thousands of three-dimensional aluminium plates and when the light plays on them, it looks like the movement of water. Titanic Belfast is the world's largest visitor experience and a "must see" if you decide to book cheap flights to Belfast. Indulge in the real story from the designing, building and the first maiden voyage to the dramatic end.
Belfast City Hall
Situated in Donegall Square, in the centre of Belfast, the City Hall is Belfast City Council’s civic building. They started to build it in 1889 and it first opened its doors in 1906. Guided tours are on offer from Monday to Saturday, led by sophisticated guides, which give you an insight into the history of the Belfast City Hall and show you around its most beautiful elements. This fantastic edifice is another reason to book cheap Belfast flights straightaway – you won’t regret it.
Black Taxi Tour
Take a trip with Belfast’s famous Black Taxis, renowned locally as the “doom and gloom” tours, where you’ll get the chance to see West Belfast’s murals. Several taxi companies and regional cabbies offer tours like this and if you are looking for an intimate and entertaining way to discover the city’s sights, this is the best way. Usually the trips last for an hour and cost around £25 for one or two people and around £8 per person from three to six.
Constructed in 1870 it was presented to the City of Belfast in 1934 and extensively renovated between 1978 and 1988. Nowadays the interior is comfortably modern rather than intriguingly antique and the castle is a popular site for weddings. Once your cheap flights to Belfast are booked, this is another gorgeous place to spend some time.