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Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland and the country’s economic and cultural power house. Belfast’s Cathedral quarter, centred around St Ann’s Cathedral, is the city’s cultural hub. The quarter is home to Ulster University, several museums and galleries and the annual Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival – one of Belfast’s internationally celebrated annual events. The city also houses architecture from a wide range of periods, from Edwardian to modern. However, Belfast is probably more widely known for its green spaces than buildings, and the city is home to over 40 public parks. A notable example is the Victorian Botanic gardens, complete with its own Palm House Conservatory which, predating glasshouses at Kew Gardens, is one of the earliest examples ever constructed. Belfast’s green spaces are not only enjoyable places to walk, picnic and relax; but they host a variety of interesting events including bird watching evenings and the annual Rose Week. Belfast has a lot to offer, making the city an incredibly desirable place to live. Our users agree and in 2016, reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped close to 800 people relocate to Belfast.
Belfast is a notoriously congested city – the worst in the UK according to the satnav company TomTom – meaning a good knowledge of local traffic conditions is of prime importance when moving house. At reallymoving.com our partners in removals are all local to the Belfast area and their extensive experience will help ensure your move goes to plan.
With the help of reallymoving.com and a quality removal firm, you can be confident in a smooth transition to your new Belfast home. This will allow you to relax and begin exploring your new home and the surrounding city of Belfast.
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