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Northern Ireland Holidays

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Rising numbers of tourists are choosing to visit Northern Ireland each year and it is certainly not hard to see why! With it's history, culture, landscapes and public attractions, this destination has secured it's place firmly on the map for an amazing UK break.It's capital, Belfast, is the birthplace of the world famous Titanic love story where in 2012, saw it claim the title of one of the top destinations in the world. Belfast and it's counterparts of Carrickfergus, Castlereagh, Newtownabbey and Lisburn have the variety that visitors crave with their stunning coastal landscapes and fascinating industrial heritage allowing visitors to explore the true Northern Ireland right at their fingertips.  Various attractions bring excitement to the region with numerous cultural, musical and artistic festivals, countryside and geographical sites of interest as well as sporting events, helping to generate interest from tourists and locals alike.

TOP 5 THINGS TO DO

Look out over wild mountain beauty; brave the edges of sky-high sea cliffs; glide across tranquil lakes; and let Northern Ireland's landscapes take your breath away
Experience the culture -Northern Ireland is full of heart. You can feel it in the rhythm of the music, the warmth of the welcome, the hum of good conversation. Come and see for yourself
Reach out and touch Northern Ireland's history as you explore windswept lighthouses, story-filled mansions and a truly Titanic city
Come to where the flavours are delicious and the foodie traditions have been handed down through generations. Northern Ireland invites you to indulge your senses
Head out into nature, stretch your legs on a mountain trail, glide along glistening waters, cycle car-free roads and enjoy Northern Ireland's unexpected delights

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WHEN TO VISIT

  • Jan
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  • Apr
  • May
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  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec
  • Currency Northern Ireland uses the Pound Sterling
  • Language The two official languages are Irish & English