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Belfast International Airport (BFS) is situated 18 miles northwest of Belfast and is easily accessible by road, the postcode is BT29 4AB. Its facilities include a wide variety of food and drink outlets at its terminal, lounges, Internet access, a wide range of shops, currency exchange and on-site car parking spaces good for long and short time use.
Top Attractions nearby Belfast International AirportArds Arts Centre lies within the impressive restored Georgian Town Hall within Conway Square, Newtownards, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. It has two galleries for local, national and international exhibitions and a book club. It also offers arts classes and venue for events and leisure.
Belfast Castle is a historical building renowned for its beautiful Scottish baronial architectural style and charming interior design. The castle was the 9th Earl of Shaftesbury's present to the city and is now a sought after venue for wedding receptions, corporate events and dining. Its antique shop and restaurant are both locals and tourists favourite.
Belfast Botanic Gardens is located within College Park along the Botanic Avenue. It is of Victorian heritage and is one of the tourists, students and workers favorite places to meet up. It occupies 28 acres of land and features a wonderful collection of plants. Its facilities to date include the Palm House, the Tropical Ravine, giant bird feeders, flower beds, rose garden, rockery, alpine garden, sculptures, specimen trees, shrub borders, bowling green and pavilion.
City Hall is a civic building in Belfast City renowned for its magnificent Baroque Revival architectural style. It is located in Donegall Square and is open for tours from Monday to Saturday. The City Hall's garden is popular with children, teenagers, tourists and local workers especially during summers as a good place to unwind. The celebrated Belfast Wheel is located within the eastern grounds of the City Hall.
Crumlin Road Gaol or Her Majesty's Prison (HMP) was a prison built during the Victorian era and is situated in Crumlin Road of Belfast City. Its history of imprisonment and execution lasted for one hundred fifty years. The former prison facility was designed by Sir Charles Lanyon and was built sometime in between the years 1843 and 1845. The site now serves as one of the city's major tourist attractions.
Junction One International Outlet Shopping is conveniently located on the A26 only 10 minutes from Belfast International Airport. Junction One is made up of over 70 individual outlets all with up to 60% discounts off of highstreet prices. There is also a large retail park with a number of major high street giants, supermarkets, plenty of places to stop for food and drink, a children's play area, mini-golf, cinema, hotel, car wash/valeting and of course lots of parking for your hire car.
Scrabo Tower sits on the western part of the Newtownards, County Down, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. It was built sometime in 1867 to commemorate the brave Warring Charlie or Charles Stewart, 3rd Marquess of Londonderry who served as one of the generals of the Duke of Wellington during the Napoleonic Wars. The tower and its grounds are popular with both the town's locals and tourists for the relaxing and scenic views the site offers.
Somme Heritage Centre is situated at 233 Bangor Road, Newtownards, Nothern Ireland, United Kingdom. The centre features extensive exhibits that shows and informs people about the events during the times of war. Amongst the venue's highlights are wartime artifacts and a chance to hear stories from the veterans.
Titanic Belfast opens in March 2012 and will be the world's largest Titanic exhibition. Located in Queen's Road, Queen's Island, Belfast BT3 9DT this huge, informative exhibition houses nine galleries that use a range of interactive media to explore the full story of the Titanic from it's design and building right through to the discovery of the wreck as well as continuing into the present day with a live undersea exploration centre. The Titanic Belfast exhibition's facilities include a restaurant, cafe, gift shop and plenty of parking.
Victoria Park is a hidden gem that can be found at the eastern side of the city of Belfast along Park Avenue. It is a tranquil and charming place to unwind for several hours. Bird watching and swans and duck feeding are the usual favourite activities in the area.
Lough Neagh is in the heart of Northern Ireland and it is the largest lake in Ireland & Britain. This amazing Lough is a haven for wildlife with many viewpoints around the shoreline and is sure to captivate all who visit. Always great to have your hire car to hand to see the whole lake.