Northern Ireland

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Northern Ireland Cities and Regions


Northern Ireland’s bustling capital, home to more than a third of its population and birthplace of the Titanic, is a thriving, increasingly cosmopolitan city where festivals flourish and pubs and restaurants bustle.

The Causeway Coast and Glens, Antrim

An unhurried pace of life prevails in this corner of the country where many major attractions are situated; from the Giant’s Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, to Bushmills Distillery and Carrickfergus Castle.

Armagh and Down

Myths, glens, loughs, and islands lure people to Saint Patrick’s country. Top attractions include the purple heather-blanketed Mountains of Mourne, the quaint ecclesiastical capital of Armagh, and Down Cathedral, said to be the final resting place of the Irish saint.


“The Walled City” offers a historic, picturesque inner city within its famed, well-preserved 17th-century walls, as well as a vibrant cultural life, packed pubs, and lively festivals.


Northern Ireland’s largest county offers prehistoric sites, forest parks, blanket bogs, and blooming heather. Its wooded valleys are loved by cyclists. The Sperrin Mountains are happily trekked by hikers.


A lush land of lakes, Fermanagh offers fabulous fishing, water sports on Lough Erne, the Marble Arch Caves, and the bustling island town of Enniskillen.

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