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Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland, an inspiring land of rolling emerald hills, lakeside castles and growing modern cities much like belfast. Choosing to hire a car in Belfast is by far the best option to see the biggest city in Northern Ireland. Despite it’s slightly troubled past, Belfast is now a peaceful and beautiful city which is quickly growing and being regenerated. With a car hire in Belfast you can easily explore the city as well as the roving countryside of the Ulster region of Northern Ireland. Booking in advance will save you a lot of money so have a look through our listings now and compare all of the local car rental companies available in Belfast.

 

Belfast - The Facts

 

• A little over a quarter of a million people live in Belfast

• The ill-fated Titanic was built in Belfast and there is now a superb Titanic museum on the spot of the spot where it was built

• A third of the population of Ireland lives in belfast

• There are 2 airports in Belfast, Belfast International and George Best Belfast Airport, which together bring around 6 million people to Belfast each year

• The city was once a trader of linens and because of this many referred to it as ‘Linenpolis’

 

Belfast - A Short Guide

 

Belfast can be found on the eastern cost of County Antrim, it is the capital of Northern Island. the city has two airports close by. One, The Belfast International Airport is 30km away from the city centre and the other smaller airport, The George Best Belfast City airport is just 7km away from the city which has daily flights mainly from within the UK, from places such as Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and London Gatwick. If you’re coming from outside of the UK, then it’s most likely that you’ll arrive at the Belfast International Airport. From there you can fly to and from destinations all over the world including direct flights to New York, Bourgas, Sharm el Sheik, London, Krakow and Nice as well as indirect flights to Madrid, Orlando and Vancouver. Some of the airlines flying from these airports include United Airlines, Thomas Cook and Easyjet. You’ll find car hires and taxis available at both airports as well as the usual rail and bus services that can take you directly to the centre of Belfast. If you’re a fan of riding on the open sea, then you can even get a ferry from the port of Belfast to Liverpool in England and Stranraer in Scotland. The road network in Belfast includes access to the ten lane M2 motorway so you’re well connected to much of the surrounding area when using Belfast as a base.

 

You’ll find Belfast city to be charming and welcoming, with pretty Victorian and Edwardian architecture. A new more modern addition to the city is of course the fantastic Titanic Museum, whose building was influenced by many maritime themes including a ships bow and water crystals. A must visit for anyone interested in either modern architecture or the history of the Titanic. There is a modern shopping centre, new convention centres and the Baroque revival style Belfast City Hall, and when you start to feel a little hunger coming on, you’ll find a long list of great restaurants spanning all kinds of cuisine from English to South American and everything in between. After a busy day exploring the city, you’ll find you’re spoiled for choice on how to spend your evenings, but to give you an idea, you could take in a show at the Grand Opera House or a concert at the Waterfront Hall. As well as the lively centre of Belfast, you’ll find exciting attractions, wonderful architecture and lively pubs in the Queen’s Quarter, Cathedral Quarter, Titanic Quarter and the Gaeltacht Quarter - so be sure to explore them all if you have time. If you’d like a break from the city, you’ll find the various gardens and parks dotted in and around the centre to be relaxing and charming.


It’s a great region to explore and you’ll find that a car hire in Belfast is a good option when visiting the area. You’ll be rewarded with long lengths of coastline with beautiful natural scenery, unforgettable architecture and a rich and diverse culture and if you’re starting your journey to the UK with first stop in Belfast, you’ll find more than enough travel options to take you on to your next destination.


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