Northern Ireland really has to be visited in order to appreciate its true beauty. With some of the most stunning coastlines in Europe and such rich culture and history to be explored.
Experience the lively Belfast City which is the centre Northern Ireland’s endess attractions, like Titanic Belfast (the world’s largest Titanic visitor centre), the Ulster Museum, Belfast City Hall, street markets, pubs, clubs, restaurants and more – all offering the finest in local artisan produce.
Belfast International Airport is just a short bus journey from the city centre, with bus and rail links to the rest of the country.
Once you have explored the many city streets and soaked up the city atmosphere, it’s time to hit the road! There are some amazing drives, quaint villages and other attractions just waiting to be explored. Whether you are with the kids, your loved one or friends, Northern Ireland never disappoints!
The coastline is as rugged and picturesque as it gets, and the coastal communities provide an abundance of activities along the way.
The Causeway Coast features many long sandy beaches ideal for running wild! The land is dotted with castles, monastic sites, abbeys, round towers and Celtic crosses. Don’t miss the Giants Causeway – steeped in myth and legend, it’s is only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland.
Follow the road all the way to Derry City, one of Europe’s best preserved walled settlements. Ancient yet contemporary, this walled city maintains its deep culture and architectural heritage while also creating a year-long entertainment calendar of festivals and events. It’s a buzzing city that’s just waiting to be explored.