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Parchi e natura a Belfast

Parco
“A few minutes walk from the property and a nice place to walk around. Occupying 28 acres of south Belfast, the gardens are popular with office workers, students and tourists. They are located on Stranmillis Road in Queen's Quarter, with Queen's University nearby. The Ulster Museum is located at the main entrance.”
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Parco
“One of the largest and busiest parks in the city and contains a variety of horticulture, woodland, wildlife and sporting facilities. Located just 700m away.”
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Sito storico
“Built in 1870 & located in Cave Hill has some of the best views overlooking Belfast.”
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Parco
“Great hike up to the top of Cave Hill with panoramic views of Belfast and beyond. Love this walk ”
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“Set in the grounds of the impressive Parliament buildings are various walking trails and a large outdoor kids playground.”
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“One of the park’s biggest attractions is its lake, which was originally used for boating. Today, it is home to a range of water birds such as swans, geese, ducks, herons and migrant waders. There are many pleasant walks around the park. A poetry trail, which features ten nature-themed poems written by local primary school pupils and etched onto metal plaques, also provides a pleasant route around the park. Victoria Park is home to Parkrun, a free 5K (three miles) timed walk or jog around the park.”
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“The park is home to the City of Belfast International Rose Garden, which attracts thousands of visitors to Rose Week celebrations which take place in July each year. Covering more than 128 acres, the park is made up of rolling meadows, copses, woodland and gardens and is home to a wide range of plants and animals. An ideal base for exploring nearby Lagan Valley Regional Park, it contains international camellia trials, a walled garden, a Japanese-style garden with water features for quiet contemplation, children's playground and orienteering and eco trails. There is also a bottle bank, barbecue area, picnic tables and full car parking facilities.”
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Ski Area
“The award winning adventure centre includes 30ft climbing wall, trampoline adventure, soft play village, electric quads ski and spa. As well as cafe to enjoy while the kids are playing. Only a 15 minute drive away.”
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Parco
“Featuring seven bronze sculptures from 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe', including Aslan, The White Witch, Mr Tumnus, The Beavers, The Robin and The Stone Table, it is a stunning display of public art. The Centre also includes a coffee bar, named after East Belfast's famous author CS Lewis, affectionately known as 'Jack' to friends and family. JACK Coffee Bar features locally sourced produce and showcases products from local artists and food producers.”
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Parco
“Beautiful park beside Queens University. The palm house is home to some beautiful plants and flowers, and the Tropical Ravine houses some more exotic plants and some fish and turtles. ”
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Parco
“Relaxing and perfect for a walk around or lying on the grass catching some sun when it makes an appearance.”
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Parco
“See the Belfast landscape from on high. Allow plenty of time to get to the top and bring water and sturdy shoes...”
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Parco
“Drumglass Park is popular with local families for its playground facilities - just an 8 minute walk away. ”
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“Towpath by the river and hiking trails through open countryside. Beautiful, unspoilt views.”
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Parco
“Woodland walk. There are easier and more tricky trails. Stunning views across Belfast from the top!”
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Parco
“Its a town park that extends up into the hills, beautiful river. Park Run every Saturday.”
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