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17 October 2014
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Child's picture of RMS  TitanicTake a walk with us and find out how a sandy ford became a powerhouse of trade and industry, a hotbed of political unrest, and the place that supplied Sherlock Holmes with his overcoats.

Belfast Walk: No Mean City

Distance: Two miles

Time: Two hours

Advice: The whole walk is on pavement and tarmac and is accessible for wheelchair users and parents with buggies. There is an incline onto the footbridge over the Lagan at Donegall Quay but the ramp is in a spiral and not too steep. Click here for more health & safety advice...

More info: This is a city centre route beginning at City Hall and ending a short distance away from there in Donegall Street. At each of the eight stages you can enjoy a special experience through your mobile phone with characters from past and present sharing their experience of Belfast with you.

map of Belfast


You can read about eight features of Belfast by going to the right-hand navigation and walking through page by page. You can also print out a copy and take it with you.

Start the walk


  The Walk

Map of Belfast Belfast City Hall Cornmarket
intro part 1 part 2

St Georges
Donegal Quay
Queen's Bridge
PART 3 part 4 part 5

Customs House
Four Corners
Writer's Square
part 6 part 7 part 8



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