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www.smartertravel.com/tips-belfast-warnings-dangers-stay-safe

Belfast Warnings and Dangers. Belfast is generally a safe city but, like any other city, it does have things to be on guard about. Also, it’s important to understand local politics so you don ...

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Very safe - and anytime I am in the city on a Saturday, there are quite a lot of tourists about! Lots of info on this forum on things to do. I would say you need an absolute minimum of one full day now to see Belfast - especially with the new Titanic Experience - and there is enough to fill two. But try and include the Causeway Coastal route as a day trip - and there are other areas well worth ...

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Belfast is a small city, so walking is easy and often the most enjoyable way to get around. The Metro bus services run throughout the day, with major pick-up points at either side of City Hall, Central Belfast.Taxis are cheap, modern and extremely safe – one of the best ways to get around at night.

www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-25104067

The US Consulate General in Belfast urged Americans to "avoid suspicious activity, vehicles or packages". ... Belfast is a safe place to shop and the police in Belfast will ensure that it remains ...

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I'm a female, American college student who is trying to studying abroad in either Ireland or Scotland for a semester next year. I found a semester in Belfast, Ireland that I think would work for me academically, but I have read that Belfast (and Northern Ireland in general) has a violent reputation and has had some violent acts lately. I am generally quiet and do not go looking for trouble ...

www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/outcry-as...

A survey that suggests short-break tourists see Belfast as the least-safe city in the UK or Ireland to visit has been slammed by a former Lord Mayor. Of the eight UK and Ireland destinations in ...

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Belfast is safer than most cities. Take the same normal precautions you would in any city. Belfast is slowly becoming much more cosmopolitan and is well used to high levels of visitors from the South (Republic of Ireland) and England as well as from all over the world. 20 years ago there would have been areas people from certain places would have been wary of going into but now tourists are ...

www.worldnomads.com/travel-safety/northern-europe/united...

I've lived in Northern Ireland for 25 years, luckily growing up mainly after the horror of the past. Northern Ireland is a ridiculously safe place for tourists. No tourist would end up in the dangerous areas unless they knew it was dangerous. Centre of Belfast: Safe, Centre of Derry/Londonderry:safe.

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Stay Connected. A cell phone enhances safety regardless of your destination. Oftentimes American cell phones won't work abroad; if yours falls into this category, contact your provider to rent a ...

www.tripsavvy.com/safe-travel-in-ireland-1542795

Millions of tourists visit Ireland every year with very few crime complaints or issues. If you are planning a trip to Ireland, in the grand scheme of the world, you have selected a relatively safe place.No country is completely crime or worry-free, however, Ireland does not have a super high-risk rate for crime.