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There are lots of rainy days in Belfast, with statistics suggesting over 210 days a year. So be sure to remember your umbrella. If you’re looking to experience the outdoor attractions of Belfast, like the Botanic Gardens, you might want to visit in the city’s hottest month, July. The average temperature is 15°C, and there are highs of 19 °C.Around 7 September every year is The Belfast International Tattoo. The incredible event is spread over three shows with performers from four different continents. Expect performances from world-class bands, dancers, cyclists and more. This is an exciting evening out for all the family.
Hotels in the Titanic Quarter are best suited to families, as they’re plenty of actives to keep children entertained. As well as being home to Titanic Belfast, the modern area is home to the sports and entrainment centre Odyssey Pavilion. There are plenty of shops, a cinema, a bowling alley and numerous family friendly restaurants.In the Titanic Quarter there’s also W5, an interactive science centre where children can meet a life-sized robot; tackle Climbit, the UK’s first three-dimensional climbing structure; and have a VR experience. Victoria Park is only a 10 minute drive from there, where there’s a bowling green, football pitches, and a large lake.If it’s your first time visiting, we’d recommend choosing a hotel in the City Centre. Browse St. George’s Market, Belfast’s last remaining Victorian covered market. Or you could watch a concert at the iconic grade A listed building, Ulster Hall. Only a 15-minute drive from the City Centre is the breathtaking Belfast Castle.Hotels in the Linen Quarter are great for adults and couples who want to have an abundance of cafes, bars and restaurants on their doorstep. The vibrant district, which is just behind Belfast City Hall, is home to a number of attractions. There’s the Grand Opera House for theatre fans and the Grand Central Observatory, where you can enjoy a drink with spectacular views of the city.

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