Belfast and Northern Ireland
The name Belfast originates from the Gaelic ‘Beal Feirste’, which means ‘mouth of the river’.
Belfast was voted one of the world’s top destinations for 2012. Belfast’s maritime heritage is portrayed at its best with the sensational new Titanic Belfast visitor attraction. Visitors can explore and experience first-hand the Titanic Quarter where Titanic was built and marvel at the city skyline dominated by the world famous Samson and Goliath cranes.
This is the city that inspired the Chronicles of Narnia and Gulliver's Travels. From drinks in the coolest pubs, to dinners in award-winning restaurants, Belfast offers a truly authentic and memorable experience. It is the gateway to exploring Northern Ireland and beyond the city lies some spectacular mountain and coastal scenery, in a land of ancient myth and legend. The best part is that much of it is within an hour’s drive from Belfast.
Please take advice on getting to Belfast, accommodation ideas and inspiration on things to do from this webpage – https://meetbelfast.com/attending-a-conference.
The link to the Exclusive Delegate Offers is here – https://meetbelfast.com/delegate-offers.Take advantage of some of the great offers available. You just need to present your conference delegate badge at any of the participating outlets. This link is updated on a regular basis to include new offers.
You can download digital city guides and city maps ahead of your visit to Belfast. The City Guides provide with things to do, ideas and inspiration for Belfast and beyond and includes a map of the city.
Please click: https://visitbelfast.com/plan/pages/brochures-and-downloads
Belfast International Arts Festival will take place from Tuesday, October 15 till Sunday, November 3, 2019. Please check the link: https://belfastinternationalartsfestival.com/
Belfast City Hall
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