Dating in Belfast*

*This is a collaborative post*

Ireland is one of those magical places that I'd just love to visit. I think this partly stems from watching too many romantic movies that have been set in Ireland such as P.S I love you and Leap Year. (Both amazing movies btw!) If you're currently single and are based in Belfast, then I definitely recommend checking out a local dating app such as this Belfast Dating Site as well as the other usual sites, eHarmony and such like. Once you've found yourself a date, take inspiration from these dating ideas below. 

Titanic belfast

Titanic has to be one of the tragedies almost everybody has heard of. Even all these years later, it still generates so much interest. The Titanic itself was built in Belfast by the Harland and Wolff shipyard and it's on this site where tourists can find visitor attraction, The Discovery Tour at Titanic Belfast. This popular attraction is a monument to Belfast's maritime heritage. As well as walking the Titanic slipways, visitors can stand where the ship overlooked the city. Other features include a 'then and now' experience and nine interactive galleries. 

City Sightseeing Belfast

I particularly love these tours because once you've bought your one or two day pass, you can get on and off the bus as much as you want until your pass runs out. If you're Belfast Dating, this means you can enjoy as many sites as you can physically cram in. Stops worth mentioning are Albert Clock, Titanic Dock and St George's Market. Featured on the bus is on board audio commentary. 

St George's Market

As mentioned above, the City Sightseeing bus actually stops at St George's Market so it's worth a look around. If you head on over to Tripadvisor you can read some fantastic reviews. A Saturday or Sunday would be perfect for a visit. The Saturday city food and craft market features local, continental and specialty foods, live music from local musicians, plus all the usual you'd expect from a craft market including flowers, photography, pottery and such like. The Sunday craft and antique market has much of the same, plus stalls featuring scented candles, handmade jewellery, antiques, recycled items and much more.

Picnic at Botanic Gardens 

Established in 1828, the Botanic Gardens is now a public garden home and home to some pretty exotic and beautiful wildlife. On site there are two glasshouses, the Palm House conservatory and the Tropical Ravine House. Although alcohol consumption is banned on this park, there's no reason why you and your date can't still enjoy a romantic picnic!

Colin Glen Forest Park

Located in southwest Belfast is the Colin Glen Forest Park. This activity centre features plenty that should appeal to the adventurous side of any singleton. There is so much choice that I can't list it all but worth mentioning is the high ropes courses, lazer tag, raft building and orienteering. Once you've had your fair share of adventure, why not take a walk through the picturesque woodland? Also due for opening this summer (fingers crossed) is Ireland's longest zipline!  

Have you been to any of these places in Belfast? Let me know over on Twitter! :) 

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