The Golden Mile stretches from Queen's University to the city center, is approximately one mile long, and hosts about 80 ... More
The Golden Mile stretches from Queen's University to the city center, is approximately one mile long, and hosts about 80 per cent of the city's most happening night spots. The mile includes Internet cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants, cinemas and theaters. In existence throughout the troubles, the Golden Mile was the brightest spot in the city. Now it's flourishing with peacetime investment. If you want to dine, Speranza's , Suwanna , Cayenne , Red Panda , and Gipsy Queen are just a fraction of the buzzing eateries. Lavery's , the Crown and Robinson's offer great craic with their pints, while the Grand Opera House across the road dazzles the night viewer with its Victorian opulence. If you've come to Belfast for a good time, head here.
Ever since the explosion of the Troubles in 1968, popular art has played a major role in proclaiming the loyalties
of Belfast's two antagonistic communities. Vivid murals expressing political and paramilitary affiliations adorn the gable ends of houses on ...
The Belfast City Skin Works houses what must be one of the most unusual Belfast museums; 'The Celtic and World
Tattoo Museum'. This rare collection of designs, photos, books and instruments has been put together by David "Skull" Bingham ...
Set on the wooded slopes of the dramatic Cave Hill is the 19th century edifice of Belfast Castle. The castle
was built in 1870 and was previously home to the Earl of Shaftesbury. Within the castle are two rather ...