Porquê a BA?

Viaje com a British Airways e tire proveito do serviço premiado, da excelente relação qualidade-preço e da inexistência de encargos ocultos:

  • selecção livre de assentos com 24 horas de antecedência
  • Inclui limite de 23 kg de bagagem despachada*
  • Check-in através do telemóvel, online ou no aeroporto
  • Serviço de bar e refeições a bordo gratuito

*Não aplicável a tarifas "apenas para bagagem de mão", disponível a partir de Gatwick.

O seu guia de Belfast

A capital da Irlanda do Norte, porta de entrada para a Causeway Coast rural e berço do Titanic, é um deleite absoluto. É lar de uma rica cena cultural, museus de classe mundial, gastronomia e bebidas excelentes, já para não falar da boa música e do excelente ambiente.

Bares e edifícios históricos estão lado a lado no Bairro da Catedral, mas não se esqueça de parar num tradicional pub irlandês e provar as cervejas locais. Não deixe de apreciar os murais coloridos de Belfast, visite as grandes lojas e, em seguida, siga para norte rumo ao Giant's Causeway e aprecie a deslumbrante paisagem verde de 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.

Guia de Belfast

Descubra o melhor de Belfast com os nossos práticos guias

O que fazer em Belfast

O que fazer em Belfast

Cidade das artes, cultura, museus de classe mundial, excelente comida e bebida, música ao vivo e vida nocturna fabulosas. Belfast tem imensas atracções que o vão surpreender e inspirar.

Giant's Causeway

Giant's Causeway

Repleto de mitos e lendas, diz-se que Giant’s Causeway foi construído por um gigante irlandês que tentou atingir o seu adversário escocês através do mar. Hoje, esta formação rochosa imponente é uma das atracções naturais mais conhecidas da Irlanda do Norte. Em ambos os lados de Causeway existem belas praias e é possível praticar desportos aquáticos.

Comida e bebida tradicional irlandesa

Comida e bebida tradicional irlandesa

Situado no edifício mais antigo de Belfast que remonta a 1711, McHugh, com a sua lareira e música local, dá a este bar-restaurante um visual e sentir tradicional, "old-school".

Museus de Belfast

Museus de Belfast

Casa do museu Titanic, museu do Ulster, o zoo de Belfast, e muito, muito mais, Belfast oferece grandes atracções para o manter entretido durante toda a estadia. Desfrute de um mundo de história e educação fascinante.

Os vales Antrim perto de Belfast

Glens of Antrim

A Irlanda é conhecida como "a Ilha Esmeralda" e é fácil ver porquê quando apreciar a beleza verde exuberante de Glens of Antrim. Estes nove vales formam uma colcha de retalhos de gloriosa beleza natural ao longo de 130 km de Larne até à costa. Diz-se que um St Patrick jovem guardava ovelhas na região de Slemish Mountain. "Rainha dos vales", Glenariff é talvez o vale mais bonito, com as suas quedas de água e o desfiladeiro abrupto.

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