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Introducing Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland holidays provide a plethora of fascinating discoveries, from magnificent landscapes and compelling history to flamboyant street art and a booming gastronomic industry.
Despite this, this wonderful region of the United Kingdom continues to be relatively unexplored by tourism. Rugged, pristine surroundings, perfect for tranquil breaks can easily be discovered.
Northern Ireland, however, has more than just picturesque scenery. Its cities are dynamic and hospitable, offering a vast range of activities and sights to see. Belfast is steeped in history, from its industrial past and the infamous Titanic voyage. Belfast surely impresses with spectacular architecture, a bustling arts community, and plenty of fantastic restaurants. Moreover, Londonderry is blessed with mediaeval antiquities, a magnificent museum, and the scenic County Donegal and Glenveagh National Park.

Top Locations in Northern Ireland

Visit the filming locations of Games of Thrones
Experience for yourself the spectacular scenery and coastlines of Northern Ireland, where Games of Thrones was filmed for 10 years. Head to Kingsroad, Pyke Harbour and Dothraki grasslands in County Antrim, or discover the rocky terrain of Cairncastle, which was used at the very beginning of the series. Even if you’re not a fanboy or fangirl, these extraordinary sights will leave you speechless.
Titanic Belfast
Learn all about the construction and history of the most famous ship in the world, the Titanic. The exhibition is engaging, insightful, and offers an unforgettable experience.
Sample flavours at St George’s Market, Belfast
Food lovers will absolutely find the experience at St George's Market absolutely indulging. On Fridays, the Variety Market features over 200 vendors selling fruit, vegetables, the largest selection of fish in Ireland, and an eclectic mix of handicrafts, literature, and clothing. It's particularly crowded on weekends and a great place to stop for breakfast or lunch.
Sperrins, County Tyrone
Experience N.I's hidden wonders in less than an hour from Derry-Londonderry. The Sperrin Mountains are Ireland's biggest mountain range, with ten summits rising above 500 metres. This fantastic location is ideal for trekkers and outdoor enthusiasts, as well as a range of activities.

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