United Kingdom - Belfast

Regional Travel Advice
- It is advised to avoid the annual parades which occur in Northern Ireland during the months of April to August, especially the weeks leading up to 12 July when tensions may be heightened. - The threat of crime is generally low, and a majority of visitors should have no trouble at all. It is best to take sensible precautions, such as trying not to travel late at night and avoiding areas that may be unsafe. Pickpockets and bag snatchers do operate in tourist areas and on public transport.