Compare Cheap Flights to Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Major Events and Festivals
Most of Northern Ireland’s festivals take place in Belfast and can range from sporting and music events to controversial remembrance marches. So no matter what time of year you book flights to Belfast, chances are that you’ll be in the city to check out one of the local celebrations. If you’re flying in to Belfast International Airport (BFS) in May, you can see more than a dozen events or festivals taking place. Perhaps the most famous celebration is St Patrick’s Day. But the locals of Northern Ireland do more than simply don a green hat. Folks coming in on cheap flights to Belfast can witness wild parties in the streets, revellers bedecked in all-green attire, and green water flowing from every fountain in the city. Art, music, and theatre lovers should book cheap flights to Belfast in May to enjoy the 10 days of festivities during the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival. Big name acts are featured throughout the event at various historical venues throughout the district. Foodies on flights to Belfast in mid-May should definitely check out the Balmoral Show. For three days, you can taste foods from across Ireland and the world, as well as watch sheep shearing, show jumping, and other agricultural activities. The tasty event is perfect for the entire family. Push your return flights to Belfast back to the end of May to witness a fireworks display like none other. The Lord Mayor’s Carnival is one of the most colourful street festivals in Northern Ireland. The carnival celebrates the end of the Lord Mayor’s tenure and is accompanied by larger-than-life floats and opulent costumes, including the mayor himself dressed in grand regalia, and travelling in a golden carriage.
Travelling with Children
Planning budget-friendly holidays and flights to Belfast for your family can be quick and easy. In fact, families searching for an airfare to Belfast will come across a host of activities throughout the city that are suitable for travellers of all ages. W5, for instance, is home to more than 250 interactive exhibits that encourage scientific learning through hands-on activities. You can spend a few hours, or the entire day at the W5 complex. No matter who you bring along on flights to Belfast, everyone can enjoy the day at Belfast Castle at Cave Hill Country Park. Belfast Castle rests 400 feet above sea level and overlooks the entire city. The restored castle was built in Scottish baronial style and features semi-circular towers. Children and adults can take part in a secret scavenger hunt known as The Cats of Belfast Castle. Arrange a guided tour of the castle with your cheap flights to Belfast and see if you can find all nine of the cats hidden among the ornamental gardens, mosaics, topiaries, and other sculptures. If your children are enthralled with the fantasy world of Narnia, pay a quick visit to C.S. Lewis Square. You can download a map of the square when you research flights to Belfast, but most visitors find there’s a little more magic in discovering the statues on their own. The open-air setting starts out with a detailed wardrobe statue at the opening of an alleyway. Down the alley, you’ll come across Mr. Tumnus and the White Witch along with Magrium and the beavers. The short walk concludes with a stunning statue of Aslan overlooking a children’s play area. The park pays homage to the Belfast-born Lewis and his incredible contribution to literature.
Top Things to Do and See
Discovering the history of the Titanic, perhaps the world’s most iconic ocean liner, is a major draw for travellers on flights to Belfast. Arrange a tour of the old Harland and Wolff shipyard with your tickets to Belfast to see where this doomed ship was assembled. The area hosts a museum that resembles four ship bows and uses multisensory technology that will allow you to get a glimpse of life in Belfast during the 1910s. Learn what went into building the Titanic and her sister ships, the Britannic and Olympic, as well as read accounts from survivors of the Titanic. The museum also features meticulously-restored interior elements from the doomed ship, which is one of the highlights of the tour. Gardeners and nature-lovers travelling on cheap flights to Belfast will enjoy a visit to the Botanic Gardens. The Palm House inside the park was built in 1840 and is one of the first curvilinear glasshouses in the world. Inside the Palm House, you’ll find rare flowers such as the Globe Spear lily and a 400-year-old Xanthorrhoea. Art and history enthusiasts on flights to Belfast should certainly visit the Ulster Museum. It is located inside the lavish Botanic Gardens and features everything from fine art to dinosaur bones. Decorators and designers can marvel at the collection of glassware, ceramics, textiles, jewellery, and costumes. The Ulster Museum pays tribute to Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Mairead Corrigan. If you familiarise yourself with a bit of IRA history prior to departing on return flights to Belfast, you will learn of the events leading up to Ms. Corrigan organising rallies which led to peace and reconciliation.