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Many people travel to Belfast to enjoy some great castles, wildlife watching, and parks, and stopping over for at least day or two in Belfast is more than worthwhile, as it is the most popular spot for travelers in the United Kingdom's Northern Ireland region. Belfast's most well-known attractions include the giants causeway and Belfast Zoo. There's a lot more to check out in Belfast, so take some time to explore this Belfast travel guide to find out more about this place.
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What is an Irish hotel that is classy but reasonable (not a chain like Holiday Inn)?
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Can you recommend an inexpensive, clean place for 2 to stay, with a good location in Belfast. Any advice on a nice village/acco on the coast nearby? Many thanks in advance.
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A place to go! Find a car, if you are alone take someone else with you to rent one (pretty cheap) and drive to Londonderry via Causeway Bay and back at night if u cant stayover. A real nice journey, sightseeing, pubs, sheeps, ocean. You will not regret it, for one or 2 days trip. For Belfast, at night, walk down to main street, talk/ask people in the street (about your age) to know what are good places to go for the night.. and for sure, you will go with them or they will join u later on! So nice, so friendly, like real Irish people.. and way less turist compare to Dublin so contact with locals pretty easy and great!
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Of all of the cities I visited in Ireland, Belfast was my favorite.  It's a city that is just the right size - walkable.  I stayed at the Belfast International Youth Hostel, which may I say, as hostels go, was very good.  Take a tour of the political murals of Belfast (I believe they're called the Black Taxi Tours).  If you're too squeamish to try the Blood Pudding try some of the white pudding instead.  The coastline is nice, especially south of Belfast in County Down.   I wish I could have spent more time there and do hope to return in the future!
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I have been in Belfast for a short trip and therefore I took one of the "Hop-on, Hop-off" city tours. It was a great way to get several (historical) impressions of Belfast.  

One of the most remarkable impressions for me was the "peace wall", which divided Belfast years ago. Now it's a memorial, where people can leave their messages of peace on. For example the pope and Obama left something on that wall. The whole wall is full of different grafitti and messages. One grafitti stayed on my mind: "peace by piece" in scrabble letters. 
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