There are plenty of places in Belfast where you can enjoy the famed black magic liquid ‘Guinness’ without putting much strain on your pocket. Pubs in Belfast mostly have the friendly yet basic Irish traditional pub vibe and serve plenty of food (piled on high) in a rather non-decorative manner. The menu is usually basic… Read the full article
UK Travel Guide You Need At Every Step
The group of nations which constitute the United Kingdom commands the economic, social and cultural landscape of the world and defines the power hub of Europe. Many people use the terms UK, Britain and England interchangeably and that’s a grave error.
UK is properly defined as the United Kingdom of Great Britain. North Ireland and the lovely countries of Wales, Scotland and England are its members. Now each of these countries has a distinct flavour of its known and UK is by no means a homogenous entity.
To explore the lovely flavours of each of these nations you must immerse yourself in this guidebook. Here you will get to know the common threads of history, culture, heritage, cuisine and geography that binds UK and also its differentiating factors that make each nation so special.
The Scottish train journeys and the English fancy breakfasts and the Irish countryside have so many tales hidden inside them. There are so many things that make UK special…its robust conveyance system, tourist friendliness, its hubs of culture and heritage and the marvellous beauty of its attractions that draw in massive numbers of tourists from all across the world.
From London to Liverpool to Glasgow to Leeds learn all about the fascinating cities of UK and immerse yourself in its coastline (the longest in the world) before falling in love irrevocably with it. Learn about every facet of UK in this exceptionally detailed guide.
Read United Kingdom & Its Tourism and start exploring UK.
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In Belfast, there are many affordable yet amazing cafes and bistros which will expose you to different kinds of cuisine without burning a hole in your pocket. These places in Belfast generally take both cash and cards and sometimes the bill has service charge automatically added to it. You can have a light snacks platter/… Read the full article
Belfast has an inclusive and open culture at least towards tourists and the city has been on a major growth spurt since the last 2 decades which has seen a boom in the tourism industry. You will find that most of its restaurants and cafes display that friendly, open and innovative vibe. The city has… Read the full article
If you compare retail value inch by inch then the main shopping streets of Belfast are no less than premier shopping cities like London or Manchester. However, Belfast has a more relaxed atmosphere and a more artsy vibe with its smattering of murals, out of the box cafes and distinct air of history and mystery.… Read the full article
Mention Belfast and the concept of ‘Black Taxi Tours’ crops up simultaneously. The immediately recognisable black taxis who are mostly found doing their rounds around the mural dense West and North Belfast are on the to-experience list of almost every tourist. So here is all you want (and need) to know about the Black Taxi… Read the full article
What to expect Belfast is an intriguing city with a chequered past and its attractions deserve a generous allocation of time if they are to be truly understood. For example, a cursory glance at the Peace Wall won’t do you any good unless you know about both sides of the story (Loyalists and Unionists). Similarly,… Read the full article
The graceful Parliament Buildings are called Stormont because of their position in the Stormont estate of Belfast. The beautiful and historically significant 407 acre Stormont estate contains the Parliament building, Stormont Castle, Mo Mowlam’s children’s park, Outdoor Gym, Dog Park and impressive statuary besides elegantly manicured lawns and adventure trails. The plan was to have… Read the full article
Where is it? The Cathedral Quarter is referred to the slice of Belfast sandwiched between Royal Avenue (central library) and Dunbar Link. Interestingly, part of the quarter behind St Anne’s Cathedral was called Half Bap. If you spot the junction of Royal Avenue, York Street and Donegall Street… the Cathedral Quarter lies in the East… Read the full article
Belfast Castle is set on the lower slope in the Cavehill Country Park in North Ireland and offers gorgeous views of Belfast city and Belfast Lough. The burnt sienna coloured sandstone castle has a beautiful sweeping style grey-brown staircase that winds up and down creating a striking contrast… you can almost imagine a princess descending… Read the full article
Gold animal-themed jewellery from Spanish Armada, skeletons of dinos and whales and a giant Irish wolfhound named Patrick of Ifold; the Ulster Museum is a picture of diversity. Spread over 5 levels, this National Museum of North Ireland has collections that focus on natural history, applied art, mixed media, science, natural sciences and even mixed… Read the full article