Explore the city
Over one billion pounds has been invested in Belfast over the past decade and the city has come alive as a vibrant and exciting destination.
St George’s Market
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, St. George's Market is one of the best places in the city to sample local specialist food and produce.
The Cathedral Quarter
One of the city’s up and coming cultural hotspots, the Cathedral Quarter is packed full of fascinating architecture, cobbled streets and colourful street art.
Add your personal message to the peace wall when you visit Belfast. Routes Europe delegates can appreciate the famous murals of West Belfast on one of the complimentary tours.
The Linen Quarter
Once nicknamed ‘Linenopolis’, Belfast was the world leader in the production of linen in the 19th Century. Visit Belfast's highest rooftop bar, The Perch, and appreciate the architecture of the old linen mills.
The world's largest Titanic visitor experience is a ‘must see’ in Belfast. The Routes Europe Networking Evening will take place at the Titanic Belfast.
Crumlin Road Gaol
Explore the gaol’s colourful past. A 19th century Grade A listed jail, Crumlin Road Gaol is one of Belfast's most visited attractions.