On the North East Coast of Ireland which is often not visited due to its troubled past, but it is a Land of fantastical landscapes, warm welcomes, dramatic history and enduring legend waiting to delight you.
Northern Ireland’s first city Belfast is known for many things:
Home to the Great Ship building pioneers Harland & Wolfe, and birthplace of the Titanic
A vibrant city now known to be one of Europe’s hottest food destinations.
Drive along Antrim’s coastal route from Belfast to Derry stopping at the exhilarating Carrick-a-Rede Rope bridge , for a “once in a lifetime” experience
The Giants Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage site consisting of 40,000 hexagonal basalt columns tumbling into the ocean, along the northern coast to City of Derry, a city with many names even often referred to as “ Legend-Derry” .
Derry is a city with a vibrant cultural scene and fascinating history – it’s one of the best-preserved walled cities in Europe. Traverse across the “Peace -Bridge” across the River Foyle which bridges a 400-year-old physical and political gap between two sides of a once, bitterly divided community.
There is so much more to see and do in Northern Ireland.