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The city of Belfast sits on the mouth of the River Lagan and is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland. Offering a wealth of hotels and accommodation to suit all budgets this is the perfect city break destination. There is a certain unspoilt charm about Belfast that you just don’t get in Dublin. A Victorian boomtown Belfast was once famous for its shipbuilding and it was here that the Titanic was built. Since the ceasefire in 1994 Belfast has enjoyed an upturn in tourism and extensive redevelopment.

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For a trip to remember visit the enigmatic city of Dublin!

Dublin is the enigmatic capital of the Republic of Ireland and is famous for its culture, nightlife and of course Guinness. Boasting a large selection of accommodation from budget hotels to luxury apartments Dublin is the perfect city. It has taken its place as a premier European city with easy grace. Home to cultural icons such as U2, James Joyce and Samuel Beckett this city has been an important place since the days of the empire. The river Liffey flows through the city splitting it into its two unique halves. For a short break a trip to Dublin is well worth it.

The south side of the river is home to some of Dublin’s most important sights. Here you will find the Bank of Ireland and Ireland’s oldest university, Trinity College. The main shopping area called Grafton street is also to be found south of the Liffey. For the most visited attraction in Dublin head to the Guinness Storehouse. Find out all there is to know about the 250 year history of the beer before heading to the rooftop bar. With panoramic views of the city spanning 360 degrees the tour is worth it just for the view.

O’Connell Street in the heart of the city was the main sight of the Easter rising of 1916. Despite making the GPO their base the rebellion was crushed and the leaders were shot. The pillars of the GPO still bear the bullet holes to this day. Dublin’s Writers Museum is home to a vast collection of material spanning over 300 years. Read the works of Yeats, Wilde, Shaw, Beckett and Joyce to name but a few. For portraits of famous Irishmen head to the National Gallery which has free admission.

Not to be missed in Dublin is the fantastic nightlife. Temple Bar offers the largest concentration of bars, clubs and restaurants. This is also where you will find the most tourists so at weekends it is worth getting out and exploring the rest of the city. The city is literally filled with pubs with everything from Victorian delights to elegant wine bars and traditional taverns. Come to Dublin for the craic!

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The festival city of Edinburgh is full of Royal connections from Edinburgh castle to Holyrood Palace.

Search for hotels and discover the joys of Edinburgh. Sitting on its craggy perch in the Lothians, Edinburgh castle dominates the skyline of the capital of Scotland. Here the mediaeval streets twist and wind below encompassing Victorian, Georgian and modern architecture. This magnificent city is also a capital of culture and arts. Over the summer months countless festivals fill the city with arts and music. Come to Edinburgh to experience this wealth of entertainment.

This city is steeped in Royal history with Holyrood Palace being the home to the Scottish Royal family. Through its years it has acted as home to Mary Queen of Scots right through to Queen Elizabeth II. Holyrood Palace is not the only link that Edinburgh shares with royalty as the Royal Britannia Yacht, the Queen’s yacht, is now permanently docked here and open to visitors.

Edinburgh has a strong literary past which was once home to the authors Sir Walter Scott and Robert Louis Stevenson. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle also lived and worked in the city as do the modern day equivalents like Irvine Welsh and Ian Rankin. Once you have visited the city it is easy to see the inspiration that these great authors must have felt while they were writing their masterpieces.

There is more to this gem of the north than just literature. In the summer the festivals fill the air with the sound of music and the beat of drums. Edinburgh castle becomes the home of the military tattoo and the fringe festival caters to the fans of alternate music. Edinburgh is one of the best party destinations in the UK and it has the nightlife to match.

Edinburgh’s Princes Street has everything from high street brands and designer labels to individual brands and chic boutiques. Come to the city for the food and drink and the nightlife. With everything from cosmopolitan bars full of office workers to quiet traditional pubs offering the local brews.

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London Hotels & Late rooms

Cheap London hotels are easier to come by than you think. At quickrooms we have hundreds of hotels at very competitive prices including late rooms for the last minute hotel bookings. Search the site and enjoy a great value for money weekend in London.

London, the capital city of England and the United Kingdom, is one of the oldest Cities in Europe. It is also the most populated city in Europe and attracts around twenty seven million visitors a year. It is a leading financial centre as well as a major centre for the arts, commerce, fashion and media. It is a must visit on everyone's list from travellers all over the world. It is home to nearly eight million people, who speak an amazing 300 languages!

The huge variety of accommodation stretches from the major hotels such as the Ritz, the Dorchester and the Savoy, which provide world class service and accommodation to boutique hotels in fascinating areas such as Notting Hill or Islington. Every possible price sector and type is available with a huge choice to find the perfect stay for everyone.

London's major sites are easily found, by open top bus, taxi or the underground. Must see attractions include the Tower of London, London Eye, Westminster, Buckingham Palace, Wembley Stadium, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square, St Paul's and many more. If you seek some peace and quiet, it is amazing that just a few yards from the main roads are beautiful, extensive and relaxing parks. Make for Regents Park, which includes London Zoo, Green Park and St James Park. It is like being in the country!

For culture lovers, visits to some of the worlds major museums and art galleries is a must. Don't miss the Victoria and Albert, Tate Modern, British Museum, National Gallery or maybe Madame Tussards.

When it comes to the performing arts, Theatre land is a fairytale of productions from serious Shakespeare to the many musicals, including Oliver, Phantom of the Opera and many more. Most of the larger hotels will make all your arrangements for you.

Or perhaps a River Thames trip would be a good option, on a sunny day it is a very relaxing way of drifting along the river with many famous sights on each bank, you can even have lunch or dinner on board.

London's Restaurants are a legend to themselves, perhaps try the famous such as the Ivy, the Savoy Grill, the Gavroche, or Gordon Ramsay's flagship restaurant in Chelsea which has three Michelin stars. There are many more quality eating places in areas such as Covent Garden, Earls Court and Islington. All price ranges and tastes are catered for in a really dazzling choice of international food.

London has excellent transport links to all of the country and so is both easy to get to and easy to use as a base for travelling around the UK.

London is a vibrant, friendly, lively city with the ability to cater for many different travellers from the culture seeker, the foodie, the theatre goer, the historian and so many more.

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