Odyssey Arena is Northern Ireland's largest indoor venue. With a seating capacity of 20,000, it offers facilities to host ... More
Odyssey Arena is Northern Ireland's largest indoor venue. With a seating capacity of 20,000, it offers facilities to host international concerts, sports events, and exhibitions, all under one roof. The complex also has a W5 interactive discovery center, the Sheridan IMAX Cinema, a multiplex cinema, a hydraulic running track and a main floor that can be converted into a rink for ice hockey events. You can book your tickets on-line or by telephone. Now isn't that something to look forward to on your next visit to Belfast!
The food is served too quickly and when you finish the waiting staff rush over to lift your plate.It's clean and tidy but that's the only thing it's got going for it. The red panda oddessey caters for the masses not the couples looking for a relaxed friendly atmosphere that makes you want to come back.
The food itself is nothing memorable.Better trying the indian downstairs or a superior chinese elswhere.Its a shame where it is that its nothing more than an average meal.
HMS Belfast is one of Europe's largest preserved warships. She was launched in 1938 to serve in both World War
Two and the Korean War. She is the last surviving example of the great warships built for the Royal ...
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 ...