Titanic Itinerary: Time Together
Enjoy a luxurious romantic break with a difference by checking into the award winning Titanic themed Rayanne house in Holywood. Start your day off by taking a Titanic boat tour to see the birth place of the famous liner and hear about her connection to Belfast, then stop off at Belfast Barge and learn about Belfast's epic maritime and industrial past.
Did you know?
The Lagan Boat Company offer the world's only Titanic boat tour.
Afterwards, head along to St. George’s Market, one of Belfast’s oldest attractions and voted one of the UK’s top 10 markets by The Guardian’s Travel section in 2010. The colourful Variety Market takes place each Friday while the City Food & Garden Market is held each Saturday and a mixture of both markets takes place on Sunday with a special emphasis on local arts and crafts.
Stop for some lunch at the Titanic Inspired Bistro 401 or if you fancy some authentic Chinese cuisine, try the Red Panda at the Odyssey Arena, or dine at Ox for a more secluded and fine dining experience.
Finish off your Titanic touring experience by following the footsteps of the Titanic builders and immerse yourself in Titanic’s history by walking along the dry dock by visiting Titanic’s Dock & Pump-House.
There's plenty of time for indulgence too with exclusive shops in Victoria Square or in the many boutiques on the Lisburn Road, or a night at the theatre at the brand new arts venue at The MAC or the Grand Opera House.
Alternatively, unwind in style in one of Belfast’s top day-spas such as The Secret Day Spa.
Rest Your Head
Finish your day with a Titanic themed 9-course dinner at Rayanne House, the only recreation of the last menu served in the first class restaurant on board the iconic ship. This unique dining experience is served in the beautiful period dining room, with views of Belfast Lough from where Titanic would have sailed down the Lough on her maiden voyage on April 10th 1912.