• Giant’s Causeway
• Magnificent lakeland
• Belfast’s exciting nightlife
For many years, Northern Ireland has been associated with sectarian conflict. Finally visitors are rediscovering the region, which encapsulates the Mountains of Mourne and Ireland’s biggest lake, Lough Neagh. Belfast is a fascinating city, where the political loyalties of its citizens are preserved in the murals of West Belfast.
The Cathedral Quarter is a cultural hotspot, with culinary and architectural gems adorning its streets.
The Giant’s Causeway, a volcanic formation of basalt columns, is an unusual sight, which adds to the rugged beauty of the Causeway Coast.
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