Our tour in 360 Degree Video of Belfast and its surrounding area begins at the Giant’s Ring – on the edge of the city. We have two videos from this destination.

Back into the city for some shopping! We have Royal Avenue in the city centre.

And the impressive Belfast City Hall.

From here we go to Stormont – the seat of politics in Northern Ireland.

In Belfast, we have some amazing Wall Murals.

And down by the old Rotterdam Bar.

Then for some famous streets and locations around the city itself, we start at Sandy Row.

Milltown Cemetery is a place where many famous people in Belfast have been laid to rest.

Victoria Park is an excellent park to spend an afternoon or weekend.

Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park is an impressive park in South Belfast that is always a great day out.

Needing somewhere to stay? The Merchant Hotel is in a great location in Belfast City.

The Dirty Onion is a bar and restaurant close by.

Another park in Belfast ( seems we have too many! But not the case ). Clement Wilson Park is here in its 360 Degree glory.

The CS Lewis Square – a great place to stop off!

A modern sculpture just on the edge of Belfast City Centre – The Big Fish

In the same area – we have the Custom House, which is often used for festivals, music and more.

The famous Albert Clock – Belfast’s own leaning tower!

Then a visit to Lagan Valley Park maybe?

Belvoir Park Forest – another place to lose yourself away from the hussle and bussle of city life.

Every student that has ever studied in Belfast will know Botanic Gardens in Belfast very well. Its also the site of the Belfast Museum – another great stop!

Ormeau Park is another well-known park in the Stranmillis area of Belfast – just over the bridge.

Also most impressively – Belfast Castle, beautiful grounds and amazing views over Belfast are all here. Definitely a great place to check out.

The famous Cathedral Quarter in 360 Degree.

Duke of York Bar in Belfast – a great location to visit for a drink!

Hopefully you enjoyed the 360 Videos from Belfast and the surrounding area. To see more 360 experiences from around Northern Ireland – check out here. As ever – would be great if you enjoyed these, we would love if you could share this article or any of the videos on social media in case any of your friends may enjoy them as well.


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