People from other parts of Belfast make fun of Stranmillis but that's because they're jealous. Just have a look at ... More
People from other parts of Belfast make fun of Stranmillis but that's because they're jealous. Just have a look at the beautiful Victorian houses and you'll see why. The area is a bit like an island. Slightly uphill, the side streets offer nice views of all the fields and green hills that surround the city. And the wonderful range of facilities on offer here would preclude you from venturing to other neighbourhoods. Nice, trendy cafes with original designs and fabulous restaurants abound. The shops are attractive and eclectically stocked, the university and Botanic Gardens are nearby. At the same time, Stranmillis has the feel and conviviality of a small village so it's definitely well worth a visit.
This tour offered by Citybus is the easiest way to see what Belfast has to offer if you've an afternoon
to spare. It is the only Belfast tour delivered in four languages which are English, French, German and Spanish. ...
Ormeau Park, the oldest park in the city, was the first public park opened with a grand ceremony by the
Belfast Corporation in 1871. Remaining one of Belfast's largest parks, this is a leafy refuge from the rush of ...
To find out more about Belfast's main waterway the Lagan, step aboard the James Joyce for a guided tour that
will take you from the Lagan Lookout to Stranmillis Weir in the heart of the city's university quarter. You'll ...
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