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A smattering of culture, plenty of drinks and that unmissable Irish charm, Belfast has long been overlooked as a prime party location, but that's about to change. It's the most visited tourist spot in Ireland and is even the set location for popular TV show, Game of Thrones.
Belfast is home to one of the greatest love stories of all time, The Titanic. However, luckily for you, you're hen party is bound to have a more fulfilling ending!
We've just mentioned it, so it would be crazy not to start with The Titanic. James Cameron's romantic masterpiece is beloved by millions, but Belfast is where it all started. Back in 1911 the actual Titanic was developed & built in Belfast, and the local area has remembered this with the Titanic Tour.
You can also enjoy hen party classics like our huge array of Dance Classes. You can choose from many genres like, Beyonce, 90s, The Spice Girls, Grease and so much more. Another fabulous option is Cocktail Making–when you can drink whatever you make you know the party is getting started on the right foot!
With big nights out and pubs pouring out the wazoo, Belfast has a fantastic nightlife scene waiting to be explored. We work with a number of bars throughout the city, so the next glass of wine or tasty cocktail is never out of reach!
The nights out are top class and there's a bar to suit every agenda. Our favourite way to start off is our Bar & Club Combo. We'll take you on a great night out in 5 bars, before setting you off to stumble to the club later on. We work with a few clubs in the city, but if you have a particular one in mind, let us know.
Club entry and skipping the queue's isn't enough for the fancy hens... We can arrange a VIP table in one of the best nightclubs in Belfast. You'll get a reserved table where you can chill, order drinks too and sit down if you're one of the older girls in the group!
Victoria Square is a great place to spend a day out. You and the rest of the brides tribe will be in with a chance of finding some fantastic bargains, as well as high-end fashion products and loads of chic restaurants.
Drinks aren't exactly cheap, but they're still around 20% cheaper than what you can expect to pay in London. Glasses of wine start anywhere from about €5, and a pint of beer sells for a similar price, but sometimes closer to €4.
Belfast's city centre is compact, so getting around by bike, foot or public transport is simple. If you're happy to travel by bus you can get a day pass for £3.50 each. They travel throughout the city and are an ideal way of getting around. The main train station is Belfast Central, it's only 5-10 minutes on foot from the city centre and Victoria Square, so getting into the city won't be an issue either.
Flights are abundant. Almost every English airport flies to Northern Ireland, usually for as little as £50 each. Another option is the train and then the ferry. The Ferry is usually more expensive, and takes longer, but you can relax a little more on the way.
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