Extremely helpful staff - You can pick up lots of free maps and brochures and also lots of souvenirs to buy as well.
I went to the Belfast welcome center to meet up with Terry Campbell, because he and his team were a great help for us with their help for the booking of our hotel as participants in the 15th World Police and Fire Games in august 2013 in Belfast The first time he wasn't around but the man I spoke with... More
Every time I visit Belfast, I make a point of calling in here, and over the weekend, I called in again. You can pick up free maps and brochures, and the staff are only happy to assist. I like to get a copy of "Belfast in your Pocket" and "About Belfast", and browse around the gifts. It's located within spitting... More
If you are looking for fair impartial advice on day tours avoid this place. The information they gave us turned out to be wrong. The tired location of it and the fact that you have to search for it suggests that it is hardly doing its job in promoting Belfast. Use the Internet for information . It's easier and more... More
I liked that there's a place in Belfast that can answer visitors questions and advise on the facilities, attractions, events and so on but I think this particular facility needs big a improvement. The building isn't obvious, it's very cramped and with staff switching between sales and answering queries it takes a long time to get seen to. Rethink your... More
This was our first port of call during our trip to Belfast and it was the best decision we made. We waited about 5 mins to be seen by a very friendly gentleman whom had endless suggestions of places to visit in and around Belfast. The staff were informative and suggested places in the city less touristy where we could... More
Went to book the Crumlin Road Gaol paranormal experience, pleasant helpful staff nice airy centre. However when paying for the tickets by debit card (the tickets were £35 each) there was a £3 surcharge to use a card. Come on Belfast, even the smallest outlets charge a nominal 50p for purchases under £10.
For lots of info for your visit to Belfast and Northern Ireland why not pop into the Belfast Welcome Centre, above Boots the chemist in Donegal Place, just in front of the City Hall. There is plenty of information on places to see, things to do, tours, excursions, theatres, restaurants etc and the staff are more than willing to help... More
Lots of information there, plenty of flyers too, staff are knowledgeable and you can also get good info for the South of Ireland including some really good free guide books for the various regions of the South. Very good location unlike some tourist boards
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