London – UK (STN) to Belfast – Northern Ireland (BFS) Return Ticket
Price: £ 22.59
Average Fare: £ 120.00
Savings: £ 97.41
Date: 12.04.018 to 17.04.2018
- Its location at the mouth of the River Lagan made Belfast an ideal location for the shipbuilding industry. Harland and Wolff had the largest shipyard in the world when it built the RMS Titanic during 1911-1912.
- A series of hills flank the northwestern side of Belfast, including Divis Mountain, Black Mountain and Cavehill.
- On average, it rains 157 days a year in Belfast, less than Scotland, but more than Dublin
- Opened in March 2012 on the site of the former Harland & Wolff shipyard, the Titanic Belfast is a monument to Belfast’s maritime heritage, featuring nine high-tech galleries amidst a crisscross of escalators and suspended walkways.
- Surrounded by mountains that create a microclimate conducive to horticulture, Belfast contains 3,000 acres of parks, many of them forested.