Pubs stocked with Guinness, a newsboy cap (see Peaky Blinders) on every bar stool and live music spilling out of every doorway. Belfast has fast become a weekend getaway for hen weekends, stag dos and couple retreats. Here’s everything I spent for a long weekend in the Irish capital.
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Flights | £87.81 per person
Uber from Belfast International Airport to ETAP Hotel | £28.20 / 3 = £9.40 per person
Taxi from Titanic Museum to Cathedral Quarter | £6 / 3 = £2.00 per person
Uber from ETAP Hotel to Belfast International Airport | 26.58 / 3 = £8.86 per person
Transport total for Belfast = £108.07
ETAP Hotel | £212 x 3 adults x 1 room x 2 nights | £70 per person
Accommodation total = £70
Car Rental | £31.52 / 3 = £10.50 per person
Giants Causeway | £9 (online price) per person
Titanic Museum | £18 (online price) per person
City Hall | Free
Activities total for Belfast = £37.50
Food and Drink
Home Restaurant | £15 | Main Meal
Kellys Cellars | £5.00 | Spirit & Mixer
Harlem Cafe | £8.50 | Cooked Breakfast + Tea
Titanic Cafe | £8.25 | Slice of Cake + Two bottles of water
Acton and Sons | £20 | Main Meal + Sparkling Water + Tip
Harp Bar | £6 | Spirit & Mixer
Kitch | £14 | Main Meal + Soft Drink
Harlem Cafe | £3.00 | Hot Chocolate
Food total for Belfast = £79.75
£295.36 including Flights, Accommodation and Spending
£117.25 excluding flights and accommodation
Overall, I found Belfast to be fairly inexpensive, but then again I’m not much of a drinker! That said, drink prices didn’t seem to be extortionate.
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