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The Weather in Titanic Quarter
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Titanic Quarter, with temperatures falling below 4°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Titanic Quarter holiday lettings for a perfect Belfast break
Belfast's Titanic Quarter is one of the UK's regeneration success stories. Former dock buildings have been transformed into modern and stylish Titanic Quarter apartments with spectacular views over the River Laggan and city centre.
Get behind the scenes of the world's most famous ship at the Titanic Museum
Opened in 2012, Titanic Belfast is located right on the Harland and Wolff slipway where the Titanic was launched. The centre has been designed to be as interactive as possible, and visitors of all ages can experience life as a shipyard worker in the early 20th century, or enjoy an innovative cable car ride through the history of the Titanic's construction. Outside, board the SS Nomadic, the tender for Titanic, and explore its four decks. Also worth a visit is the nearby W5 interactive discovery centre with over 250 engaging and interactive scientific exhibits and games.
Vibrant nightlife options in friendly Belfast
Belfast has a reputation as a party city, and there's certainly no shortage of places to have a drink. One of the city's most famous pubs the Crown Liquor Saloon has a Victorian interior which will appeal to traditionalists who want nothing more than a great pint of beer and a craic with the locals. The Lisburn Road area attracts a younger crowd and students with wine bars, brasseries and pubs with live music at weekends.
Explore Belfast city centre and discover its troubled past
Ten minutes' walk across the Laggan from the Titanic Quarter brings you into Belfast City centre. Open-top bus tours are the best way to get your bearings in the city, with stops at the Stormont Estate, Ulster Museum and Crumlin Road Gaol. One of the most popular ways of finding out about the city's divided past is on a tour in a black cab with a local driver, seeing the Loyalist and Republican areas and finding out about life during The Troubles.
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