Northern Ireland is all about taking your time, savouring the sights of the vibrant cities, sounds and flavours of the spellbinding coastline. Your clients will be captivated.
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Northern Ireland is full of adventures. Your clients will be captivated by "one of the greatest drives on earth" (The Causeway Coastal Route), "the best place to spend Halloween" (Derry~Londonderry), and Golf Digest's number one golf course in the world (Royal County Down). But there's more to Northern Ireland than epic sights and world-class experiences.
In 2021 Belfast was awarded the highly coveted City of Music status by UNESCO, celebrating the city’s rich musical heritage and vibrant music scene. Belfast is also home to Titanic Belfast, which marks its 10th anniversary in March 2022. This is the city where the Ship of Dreams was conceived, constructed and launched.
Widely hailed as one of the world's top road trips, the Causeway Coastal Route is an astounding adventure from Belfast to Derry~Londonderry. The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, The Giant's Causeway- the iconic UNESCO world heritage site, and moments of sheer beauty with vast sandy beaches, gorse-covered valleys and charming fishing villages.
Derry~Londonderry is an enthralling destination with a buzzing scene. Its city walls are the only intact walled city on the island of Ireland that date back over 400 years. The Derry Girls comedy series is set here alongside the Peace Bridge and has one of the biggest Halloween celebrations in Europe.
Northern Ireland have provided Game of Thrones ® with the scenic backdrops for some of their most memorable moments. From the twisted beauty of the Dark Hedges, an avenue of serpentine beach trees, to the mysterious charm of the Tollymore Forest Park. The world's first and only official Game of Thrones Studio Tour opened in February 2022 in Banbridge, County Down.
When it comes to golf in Northern Ireland it has a variety of world-class courses. Royal Portrush hosted the 148th Open in 2019 and it will return in 2025. Royal County Down was also voted Number 1 in the World's 100 Greatest Golf Courses by Golf Digest and other courses include Portstewart, Lough Erne, Enniskillen and Castlerock.
Fermanagh Lakelands is a watery paradise. Clients can island-hop by kayak or canoe, go cruising along the waterways, or get on your bike to enjoy the area's famously slow pace of life. It also includes the Stairway to heaven walkway. Clients will enjoy this walkway situated in Cuilcagh mountains on the border between County Fermanagh and County Cavan with a height of 665 metres
Belfast's streets are lined with some of the most exciting places to eat on the island of Ireland, from the Michelin-starred delights of Ox and Eipic to the food mecca of St George's Market.
Northern Irelands stunning loughs (lakes) and rivers give rise to mouthwatering dishes - Lough Neagh eels (with PGI status), the prestigious Glenarm Organic Salmon, and the pure taste of Strangford Lough oysters.
Armagh- The Orchard County. Home of the Bramley Apple, another of Northern Ireland’s superstar PGI status products, Armagh's apples creates delightful apple juice (P McCann & Sons) and tasty cider (Armagh Cider Company). In September clients can celebrate the harvest at the Armagh Food and Cider Festival.
Bushmills has a stunning location just a stone’s throw from The Giant’s Causeway on the Antrim Coast. Clients can take a tour in the world’s oldest licenced whiskey distillery, and the whiskey can be tasted at cosy traditional pubs all over Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland is simply green by nature. Many experiences and attractions make the foundation so that sustainable choices are available. The people of Belfast have been making the right choices and as a result Belfast has made the Top 20 official list of sustainable cities in the world by the Global Destination Sustainability Index (GDS-Index) as a city committed to sustainable development and growth. There’s also plenty of stunning natural landscapes to discover – it could be a meander through the glorious Botanic Gardens, a cycle trip on the peaceful Lagan Towpath, or a climb into Cave Hill, one of a series of easy to reach hills and mountains surrounding the city.