Your group trip in Belfast
At first glance, Belfast is a less popular destination than Dublin. In recent years, the city has experienced a major economic boom and is attracting more and more tourists, especially since the television series Game of Thrones was filmed in the landscapes of Northern Ireland. Belfast has suffered a bad reputation for too long due to the war years, but today Belfast is a dynamic and charming city with many sites to visit. Along with growth, new hotels have sprung up in Belfast to expand the offering of hotels and group accommodation. Belfast hotels have the added advantage of being less expensive than in Dublin. Groupcorner has selected for you the best hotels and accommodations to welcome groups in Belfast. The best way to get to Belfast is without a doubt by plane. The city has an international airport. If you prefer to travel to Belfast by coach or car, ferry crossings connect Northern Ireland to England but crossings are lengthy and infrequent. It may be better to cross at Dublin and proceed to Belfast by road, less than 3 hours driving.
Belfast doesn't deserve the reputation it carries. Long reduced to a symbol of war-torn Ireland, Belfast has evolved and changed, and is worth exploring. Since the city has recovered peace, it offers many new facets to visitors such as its modern docks where the Titanic Museum now stands (voted best tourist attraction in the world in 2016). The city center with its Victorian facades and large avenues invite you to stroll and discover. With your group or during your free time do not miss a visit to some of Belfast's iconic pubs. The Crown Pub, in particular, is one of the most beautiful in the city. Less exuberant than Dublin, Belfast is nevertheless very lively on weekends and evenings. Follow your heart and choose among the wonderful hotels that Groupcorner has selected for group accommodation in the center of the city or in the quieter outskirts, away from nightlife.