Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Belfast is the largest city in Northern Ireland, located in County Antrim and County Down, with a population of 3 million people. Historically, Belfast was the centre for the Irish linen industry, tobacco production, rope making and shipbuilding. Today it remains a centre for industry, as well as the business capital of Northern Ireland. Belfast takes its name from the Irish Béal Feirsde, meaning tidal rivermouth and referring to the mouth of the River Lagan on which the city sits. Belfast has been occupied since the Bronze Age, and there is much historical interest around the area. It grew into the commercial centre that it is today in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Setting up your business here
As the administrative capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast is a good location for business. There are two major airports located in Belfast, and it is also a thriving port. The Waterfront Hall is a modern development which was completed in 1997, and holds many major events. The main auditorium is based on the Berlin Philharmonic Hall, and the building is a great location for events and meetings. There are many options for serviced offices in Belfast and the city is well-appointed for all the amenities you would need. Businesses located in Belfast include Bombardier Aerospace and Four Seasons Healthcare.
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Things to do in Belfast
There are many attractions in Belfast to keep you entertained. The city has an ancient heritage, and you can visit Giant's Ring, a 5,000-year-old henge. Belfast is home to the world’s largest Titanic visitors’ centre, being the city where the doomed ship was built. It is also a centre for arts and crafts, with the bustling St. George's market every Friday selling gifts and some of the finest local produce. There are a range of restaurants, cafés and gastro pubs in Belfast to suit all tastes and budgets. Among the thriving café culture, Alan's Causeway serves a popular breakfast, and the Apartment is a stylish city-centre restaurant and bar. The Bar and Grill on James Street provides laid-back dining, and Benedicts of Belfast is located a stone’s throw from the exclusive shopping district. For later night excursions, Berts Jazz Bar is a popular venue, and the Grand Opera House has an outstanding programme of dance, opera, comedy and musicals.
- Tube lines: Belfast-Larne, Belfast-Bangor, Belfast-Newry & Belfast-Derry are local railway lines
- Mainline stations: Belfast Central, Great Victoria Street, Botanic, City Hospital, Yorkgate
- Nearest motorways: M1, M3
- Nearest airports: George Best Belfast City, Belfast International
- Other: Good local bus network