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Belfast (UK: , US: ; from Irish: Béal Feirste, meaning "rivermouth of the sandbanks") is the capital city of Northern Ireland, located on the banks of the River Lagan on the east coast of Ireland. It is the largest city in Northern Ireland and second largest city on the island. It had a population of 333,871 in 2015.
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Very nice tourist shop with lots of stuff to take home. Worth visiting
helpful staff, and lots of good resources! good starting point for a first time visitor to Belfast.
A lovely city, will definitely come back and spend more time here work permiting.
Good place to get touristic info, leaflets and info about how to get around the city
Very interesting city to visit. Plenty of historical sites to view.
A very great place where you can find alot of Belfast brochure and some souvenirs
Great for all information you may need or didn't even know you needed at the start of your visit! Friendly staff ready to answer any questions you may have.
Beautiful city, loads to see and do. Really friendly place, doesn't feel like a city.
Friendly service. Self-help desks are also great. Loads of data for you to peruse as you prepare yourself for a trip around town.
A very good information center for any visitors an the staff are extremely friendly an helpful. Lots of good information about local attractions an not do local if your in a jam on what to do on your visit
Very helpful staff that available to assist you with any Belfast or Northern Ireland travels related. You can also buy tickets/pass for public transport here.
Make sure you stop here before venturing anywhere in Northern Ireland. Great centre for visitors with staff that give exceptional advice on what to do.
Great for bargains. £8 FOR A CITY TOUR IS GREAT VALUE
Tourist attend there. Find info. For visit titanic centre, games the throne film locations north coast and castle ward tollymore forest. Giant causeway bushmills