|Popular in||July||High demand for flights, 17% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||February||Best time to find cheap flights, 8% potential price drop|
|Round-trip from||S$ 1,003||From Singapore to Belfast|
The city once known for shipbuilding and struggle is now one of the most popular places in Europe for a short break. Since 2001, encouraged by the numbers of tourists arriving on cheap flights to Belfast, the city council designated several cultural quarters that shine a light on the different parts of this fascinating city’s past.
The Cathedral Quarter is centred around St Anne’s Church. With several arts and culture-based organisations, it also has fashionable warehouse restaurants and cozy pubs. The Gaeltacht Quarter is located around the Falls Road in West Belfast and promotes and encourages the use of the Irish language.
The Queen’s Quarter in South Belfast is named after Queen’s University, a lively student district with museums, galleries, bars and cafes. The Titanic Quarter is named for the ill-fated ship that was built there. Lying on reclamed land beside Belfast Harbour, it is dominated by the cranes – Samson and Goliath – of Harland and Wolff. Tours of the area will take tourists back to the glory days of shipbuilding.
After sightseeing sink a pint in the luscious 19th-century gin palace, the Crown Liquor Saloon on Great Victoria Street.
Search and compare: cheap flights to Belfast
Belfast’s climate is temperate with average summer temperatures of 18 degrees Celsius and average winter temperatures of 6 degrees. It rains quite a bit, but as it is a coastal area snow is rare.
The best time to book cheap flights to Belfast is for the summer months, this is when the best weather can be expected.
Summer is peak, although Belfast has become a popular destination year-round. Spring and autumn enjoy fairly good weather.
There’s no real bad time to visit Belfast although the winters are rainy and there is sometimes snow.
Hop aboard the Translink Airbus after your cheap flight to Belfast International Airport and make your way to the city’s centre. You can also hail a taxi from Belfast International Airport’s arrivals gate. Belfast’s public transportation is very easy. Metro, the bus system, has 12 main lines downtown and to the suburbs. You can save some money by getting a SmartLink Travel Card, which discounts your bus fares with frequent trips.