Back to Nature in Belfast
Belfast is a great city to escape to for the weekend, but if you’re more of an outdoor type, there’s plenty to do in and around the city for a memorable, action-packed trip. The Travelodge Belfast is centrally located and the perfect option for getting a good night’s sleep after an energetic day out and about.
Scenery doesn’t get any more windswept and wild than these mysterious basalt columns, formed after a volcanic eruption on the North Atlantic coast. You can go on a coach tour to this must-see destination but, if you’ve got a car with you, why not take the chance to hike along the cliff top trail for a chance to see some breathtaking views off the beaten track?
Belfast City Bike Tours
If the idea of boarding a bus or following a tour guide on foot fills you with dread, this tour on two wheels is perfect for you. Tours cost £15 and leave from the Linen House Hostel on Kent Street. Your knowledgeable guide will make sure you have an enjoyable cycle round the city, while you see over thirty interesting sights.
This centrally located outdoor sports centre brings the best of the great outdoors to the city so you don’t even have to leave town for a taste of adventure. Sailing, rowing, kayaking and canoeing are all catered for and if you’re more of a landlubber you can try orienteering or plain old-fashioned walking.
Belfast’s a great place to visit if you like to get out in the fresh air – and the bonus is, that after you’ve had your healthy day out exercising, you’ve got a whole city full of excellent pubs and restaurants to choose from as a reward for all that hard work.
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