The Tollymore Park Gate in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Cruise to Belfast, Northern Ireland

Belfast is a thriving, fast-growing metropolitan center that's full of surprises. The city played a key role in the 19th century's Industrial Revolution, when it was the world's biggest linen producer. It also had a reputation for ship-building — the Titanic was built here. Learn more about this claim to fame when you visit the Titanic Quarter and the city's Titanic Belfast attraction. Then, grab lunch on the terrace overlooking Edwardian City Hall, one of the best examples of Belfast's great architecture. Ireland cruises offer you the opportunity to walk among exotic trees in the botanical garden, and reinvent your idea of Irish cuisine at one of the city's upscale, seafood-focused eateries.
National Language English
Currency Accepted Pound Sterling (GBP)

Things To Do in Belfast

A vintage ship propeller and rudder

Belfast, Northern Ireland Ship Propeller and Rudder

A Titanic Legacy

A Titanic Legacy

Travel back in time to the Titanic Quarter. Titanic Belfast is a must-see — it was named the world's leading tourist attraction in 2016. Step aboard Titanic's little sister, the SS Nomadic, or the HMS Caroline. Finish your visit at McHugh's pub, located in one of Belfast's oldest buildings.

A man walking down the road at the famous dark hedges in Northern Ireland

Belfast, Northern Ireland Famous Dark Hedges

Winter(fell) Is Coming

Winter(fell) Is Coming

Are you a Game of Thrones fan? Belfast's Titanic Studios is where the series is filmed. Take a tour to visit filming locations across Northern Ireland — you'll experience Winterfell, Dragonstone and the Wall like never before.

a street in the student quarter of Belfast, Northern Ireland

Belfast, Northern Ireland Student Quarter

Political Paths

If you're interested in learning more about Belfast's political history, strike out on Irish Tour Ticket's Belfast Political Walking Tour. Cruise to Ireland and walk the streets where the city's historic political events took place and learn more than any guidebook can tell you.

a tray of fish and chips

Belfast, Northern Ireland Fish and Chips

Local Cuisine

Belfast cuisine is about more than fish and chips (although there's plenty of that, too). It's also about fresh-caught seafood including oysters and small crabs — served alongside a proper pint of ale, of course. Upscale modernist fare more your thing? Head to one of the restaurants that overlook the River Lagan, where you'll find everything from forward-thinking updates on British cuisine to Italian small plates.

a replica souvenir bell from the titanic

Belfast, Northern Ireland Souvenir Titanic Bell


Check out the Titanic Store at Titanic Belfast with your Ireland cruise. Souvenirs include vintage posters, food products, collectibles and clothing. On weekends, St. George's Market has a variety of local vendors selling handicrafts. Danielle Morgan's Flax Fox brand specializes in gift ware and limited edition Irish-inspired prints.

Insider's Tips
Insider's Tips
1 There's a free bus running every 20 minutes on Fridays and Saturdays, from the city center to St. George's Market.
2 Spend a day exploring locations just outside the city, like Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

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