Our wee guide to our fabulous City & beyond!
We’re proud of Belfast and we are here to help inspire your time in the heart of Belfast. Our friendly concierge will be on hand to provide information – both ahead of your visit and when you get here. They know the best local guides, tips and tricks for enjoying the city. Continue reading to make your trip to Belfast that bit extra special.
Where is The Fitzwilliam? We are located in historical linen quarter. It’s a must-see area of Belfast with a vibrant bar scene and musical heritage with key attractions including the Crown Bar, Ulster Hall and the famous Grand Opera House, which is right next door.
Fancy exploring outside of Belfast? We’ve got you covered!
Now lets go explore …..
Historic Landmarks and World Class Attractions
You’ll find endless things to do in Belfast, from world-class attractions, historic landmarks, museums and entertainment venues, to walking, coach, taxi and bike sightseeing tours.
Shopping in Belfast
Compact in size, but uncompromising in choice, Belfast offers shoppers the ultimate retail experience with big luxury brands, high street fashion and unique boutiques.
Black Taxi Tours
You cant get any more local than a Belfast taxi tour. Our concierge will be on hand to book a tour covering Belfast’s troubled past, political tours and black cab tours of the world famous murals.
St Georges Market
What a spot! Love local food & crafts? This is the place for you! Relax and enjoy the delights of the award-winning St Georges market, chat to local traders and soak up the atmosphere. Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays!
Game of Thrones
Are you a fan of the award winning Game Of Thrones series? Our historical castles and breath-taking scenery were the perfect setting for the show. Northern Ireland is home to the Thrones chat to our concierge for full details on how to experience and explore the filming locations!
Dalriada Kingdom Tours
Dalriada Kingdom Tours provide the best private, luxurious guided tours in Ireland. Connecting the Causeway Coast and Glens to the Wild Atlantic Way in Donegal.