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La sua guida per Belfast

Capitale dell'Irlanda del Nord, porta di accesso alla Causeway Coast e luogo di nascita del Titanic: un'assoluta meraviglia. La città offre una fiorente scena culturale, musei di fama mondiale e cibo e bevande di prima qualità, per non parlare della musica e dell'atmosfera ricca di fascino.

Bar alla moda e palazzi storici convivono fianco a fianco nel Cathedral Quarter, si assicuri di sostare in un tradizionale pub irlandese per gustare le birre locali. Ammiri gli splendidi murales colorati di Belfast, faccia shopping e poi si diriga a nord, verso il celebre Selciato del gigante, percorrendo chilometri e chilometri di splendida campagna verde nei Glens of Antrim.

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Titanic Museum

Titanic Museum

Built to tell the story of one of the world’s most famous ships, Belfast’s newest museum takes visitors on an atmospheric journey into the life of the ill-fated SS Titanic. Experience dark rides, special effects, reconstructions and all kinds of interactive displays as you explore the ship’s life, from its construction in the city shipyards to its last moments afloat in the icy Atlantic Ocean. You’ll learn about the wreck and its discovery, and experience the museum’s live undersea exploration centre.

Ulster Museum Belfast

Ulster Museum Belfast

A vast array of wonders awaits at the Ulster Museum. Dinosaur skeletons, artistic masterpieces and the mummified remains of Egyptian kings are just a few of the exhibits in this treasure trove of the past. Whether you’re interested in art, natural sciences or the history of world cultures, the Ulster Museum has plenty to keep you interested.

Belfast City Hall

Belfast City Hall

Travel back to 1888 when Belfast was granted city status by Queen Victoria — the City Hall was built to commemorate this illustrious occasion, and it’s one of the most magnificent feats of architecture in the city. Relax in the grounds or take a tour of the building itself and learn all about the city’s history. The building has many links with the Titanic too: many of the master craftsmen who helped create it went on to work on the Titanic, so it has an added poignancy.

Ulster Folk and Transport Museum

Ulster Folk and Transport Museum

Experience life in Northern Ireland as it was over a century ago. Traditional cottages, schools and shops are set in the museum’s green parkland, and you can wander at your leisure as guides in authentic costume tell you about the past and show you a thing or two about their trades. Over in the transport museum you’ll be dazzled by the array of vintage cars and steam locomotives, and you can even experience flight in the museum simulator.

The Cathedral Quarter

The Cathedral Quarter

Belfast’s oldest district, the Cathedral Quarter, is packed with beautiful old buildings, not least St. Anne’s Cathedral from which it takes its name. The quarter buzzes with life and creativity, from street performances to open-air theatre, music and dance in the quarter’s large public squares. Visit the art galleries, shops and cafes here and soak up the atmosphere of one of Belfast’s most vibrant regions. In spring, the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival sees the area explode into life as performers from around the world flock to the city.

Murals

Murals

One thing you’ll notice in Belfast is the large number of murals that adorn its buildings. They’re a spectacular open-air gallery of public art, and each has its own story to tell. Be sure to take a mural tour and discover the history of these artworks as you learn about the city’s past.

Belfast Botanic Gardens

Belfast Botanic Gardens

Step into a lush paradise of tropical plants, brilliant colours and Victorian elegance at the Belfast Botanic Gardens. It’s a great place to take a breather from the city’s bustle: walk through the grounds, or enjoy one of the garden’s regular events – classical recitals or opera performances take place here, and the setting is just right.

Belfast Zoo

Belfast Zoo

Lions, elephants, Andean bears and giraffes await – meet these and more magnificent creatures at Belfast Zoo. A little closer to home, you can explore the interactive red squirrel enclosure and make some furry new friends. The zoo is split up into a number of diverse climate areas, from rainforest to lakeside, so you can feel as though you’ve been transported right into each animal’s home climate.

McHugh’s Bar and Restaurant

McHugh’s Bar and Restaurant

McHugh’s is housed in Belfast’s oldest building — it was built in 1711 — and its open fires and local music give the place a warm and welcoming atmosphere. If you’re looking for a place to sample some traditional Irish food and drink, meet some new friends and enjoy a bit of Belfast’s nightlife, this is an excellent starting point.

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Cose da fare a Belfast

Cose da fare a Belfast

Belfast offre arte, cultura, musei di fama mondiale, ottimo cibo e bevande, favolosa musica dal vivo e vivace vita notturna. È ricca di attrazioni che la stupiranno e la ispireranno.

Il Selciato del gigante

Il Selciato del gigante

La leggenda narra che il Selciato del Gigante fu costruito da un gigante irlandese che cercava di raggiungere il suo avversario scozzese attraverso il mare. Oggi, questa formazione rocciosa imponente è una delle più note attrazioni naturali dell'Irlanda del Nord. Su entrambi i lati della formazione vi sono bellissime spiagge per darsi agli sport acquatici.

Cibo e bevande tradizionali irlandesi

Cibo e bevande tradizionali irlandesi

Il McHugh's è situato nel palazzo più antico di Belfast - costruito nel 1711 - e i suoi fuochi all'aperto e gli spettacoli di musica locale danno al luogo un'atmosfera calda e accogliente.

Musei di Belfast

Musei di Belfast

Sede del museo Titanic, dell'Ulster Museum, dello zoo di Belfast e di molto altro, Belfast è ricca di grandi attrazioni che la allieteranno per tutto il soggiorno. Si immerga in un universo ricco di storia e conoscenza.

I Glens of Antrim vicino Belfast

I Glens of Antrim

L'Irlanda è conosciuta come 'L'Isola di Smeraldo', ed è facile capire perché quando si ammira la lussureggiante bellezza dei Glens of Antrim. Queste nove valli formano un mosaico naturale di meravigliosa bellezza, che si estende per circa 130 km da Larne alla costa. Si dice che San Patrizio, da giovane, accudisse le pecore nella Slemish Mountain. La 'Regina dei Glens', Glenariff, è forse la più bella, con le sue cascate e le gole a picco.

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