Belfast is famous for its walls full of paintings and to be the City where the RMS Titanic was built.
Belfast Peace Wall
Those walls, covered by amazing and suggestive paintings, divide the city in two different zones, one where lives protestant people and one where lives catholic people.
Belfast Titanic quarter and the Titanic museum
A big monument to Belfast maritime heritage and a visitors attraction, where you can discover how the legendary Titanic was built, recalling all its history.
The SS Nomadic
Is a former tender of the White Star Line launched on the 25 April 1911 in Belfast.
It was built to transfer passenger from the RMS Olympic and the RMS Titanic and this is the only White Star Line ship in existence day.
The Salmon of Knowledge
The Salmon of Knowledge, aka the Big Fish is an Irish mythical creature.
According to the legend, is a normal Salmon that one day ate 9 hazelnut fallen down inside the well of wisdom from 9 hazelnut trees that surrounded the fountain.
So the Salmon acquired the whole wisdom of the world, and the first person who would ate those Salmon would get all those wisdom as well.
Belfast City Hall
Belfast Linen Hall Library
Situated in Donegall Square is the oldest library in Belfast.
Founded in 1788 is also the last subscribing library in Northern Ireland.
The Crown Liquor Saloon
Aka The Crown Bar is located in Great Victoria Street and is one of the Northern Ireland best known bar.
Is also the oldest in Belfast with its interiors decorated in perfect Victorian style, it’s a real masterpiece of Victorian architecture.