Downshire Arms Hotel

Address: 95 Newry Street, Banbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT32 3EF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 95 Newry Street, Banbridge, is near Banbridge Gateway Tourist Information Centre and Dromore High Cross.
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          Travel Blogs from Banbridge

          The Trouble with Tourists (part 1 of ?) - Jonathan

          A travel blog entry by theschaades on Jul 30, 2015

          18 photos

          ... tourism or extreme sport, you are allowed to film with a selfie stick to get that really cool shot..... If you are a single guy traveling alone DO NOT TAKE 37 PICTURES OF YOURSELF IN FRONT OF AN OLD CHURCH! (or anywhere else for that matter) I promise I have seen this at, I'm going to confidently say, 90%of the places we have visited. Selfie sticks in the hands of couples or groups traveling together....100% of the places we have visited. ...

          Belfast is Ireland's second largest city

          A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Sep 18, 2014

          86 photos

          ... tourist information office by the shuttle bus from the ship to downtown where I picked up a city map, and purchased a ticket on the hop on - hop off bus.
          The first stop on the bus route was at Belfast Castle where I got off, but there really wasn't that much to see or do until the next bus that came by about a half hour later. The bus ...


          A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Aug 12, 2014

          24 photos

          ... a black cab tour of the city, which took us all around to the main sights, such as the leaning clock, the wall that divides the Catholics and Protestants. We wrote on the wall which was covered with inspiring and funny quotes. We then went to the place the titanic was built, we saw the yard where they assembled it, and also the biggest cranes built. That night we did a pub crawl, nice relaxed one with the staff and roommates. The next day we went ...


          A travel blog entry by winkie on Apr 27, 2014

          21 photos

          After a later than expted start, I made my way to the Titanic Experience and what an experience it is. The centre is built where the Titanic was built. The state of the art 6 floor building covers every thing from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900's, through her construction and launch (that took only 60seconds, before being attached to tugs and moved into place to have the engine ...

          Iceberg - Right Ahead!!!

          A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Oct 18, 2013

          Belfast became a booming city in the late 19th century with the huge shipbuilding industry and it is still the largest shipbuilding port in the world. It is also one of the safest cities in the world too, with 6500 police officers. Even the police stations are like a fortress. Sure Belfast has had its problems in the past with the *Troubles* (which is how they refer to it), but they have come a long way in the last 16 years. ...