Commercial Court in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter has been named one of the most beautiful streets in the UK.
New research has named Commercial Court in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter the most aesthetically pleasing street in Northern Ireland. Meanwhile, it has also been named one of the most beautiful streets in the UK.
Estate agent comparison site GetAgent conducted an eye-tracking technology experiment to reveal which beautiful streets in the UK are the most pleasing to the human eye.
In the results, this Belfast street was named as one of the most beautiful in the UK among some seriously stunning streets.
Belfast street named one of the most beautiful streets in the UK – an eye-catching street
Participants in the experiment were given a series of images to examine that depict the most picturesque roads in the UK.
AI technology was used to analyse the movement of their eyes in order to rank the streets in order of most eye-catching.
Commercial Court in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter has long been a highly instagrammable spot. As such, it topped the list for beautiful streets in Northern Ireland.
The spot outside the Duke of York pub also placed 13th overall on the UK list with an average fixation time of 2.22 seconds.
A beautiful street in Belfast – bright, colourful and full of atmosphere
It’s no wonder that tourists and locals alike flock to this colourful street in the heart of the city to snap a picture, especially at night.
The area is filled with colourful umbrellas, stunning murals, bright flower baskets, standout red benches, and, of course, the famous sign that mocks Irish weather, saying, ‘There’s only seven types of rain in Belfast. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday…’
This spot comes alive at night with punters of the Duke of York lining the cobbled streets. There’s often a musician playing live to the crowd as well. This area is home to some of the best pubs in Belfast.
At the top of the list – Scotland at number one
Scotland came out on top of the UK rankings. Edinburgh’s Circus Lane was named the most attractive street in the UK, with an average fixation rate of 3.95 seconds.
England took the rest of the remainder of the top ten spots on the list. Second place was given to The Circus in Bath, Somerset, and third place to Gold Hill in Shaftesbury, Dorset.
To check out the rest of the results, you can check out the GetAgent website here. So, have you visited the Belfast street named one of the most beautiful streets in the UK? If not, it’s definitely worth checking out!