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Northern Ireland, Visitor & Tourism Guide



Giant's Causeway
In 1693, the Royal Society published its paper on the natural wonder we call the Giant's Causeway. The attraction is a great introduction to the exceptionally beautiful and historically fascinating country of Northern Ireland.

Nine Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
There are nine Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and one UNESCO World Heritage Site, an important Norman castle at Carrickfergus and a dramatic cliff top ruin in Dunluce Castle.

Belfast
Over one and a half million people live here, many of those in and around the City of Belfast. If heading to the capital of Northern Ireland, check out its Botanic Gardens, Cathedral, Castle and Ulster Museum.

Mountains
To the north east, you'll find the Antrim plateau which leads to Northern Ireland's famous 'Causeway' coastline with its Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Giant's Causeway World Heritage Site and stunning coastal views such as Larrybane Head. To the south east, walk the Mourne Mountains. To the north west the Sperrin Mountains. To the south west is the beautiful and historically rich area around Lower Lough Erne. In its centre, the migthy Lough Neagh.

So why not start discovering Northern Ireland by using the maps provided? Alternatively, why not start discovering popular places such as County Antrim.

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External Links
www.discovernorthernireland.com
en.wikipedia.org

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Top 10 Things To Do
Selected from the best Things To Do in Northern Ireland we've listed our top 10.

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Belfast City Hall

Located in City of Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Less than a mile away.

Located in Donegall Square, central Belfast. Completed by 1906, the City Hall was built to reflect Belfats's city status awarded by Queen Victoria in 1888. Classical Renaissance style. Surrounded by gardens which are pop...

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Belfast St Anne’s Cathedral

Located in City of Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Less than a mile away.

Begun in 1899, Belfast St Anne’s Cathedral is a cathedral of the Church of Ireland in Belfast. In April 2007 a 100 metre stainless steel spire was installed on top of the cathedral. Belfast St Anne’s Cathedral is famous...

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Queen's University

Located in City of Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Less than a mile away.

Founded in the nineteenth century. Alumni include the Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney and Pulitzer Prize winning poet Paul Muldoon. One of the largest UK universities with over 25,000 members...

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© Owner
Star Rating

Less than a mile away.

Rates: £19 - £55 Per Night

At Travelodge, we provide the essentials for a comfortable night's sleep whether you're on the road for business, enjoying a city break with friends or family or you just need a bed for the night....

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The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast, Belfast
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Star Rating

Less than a mile away.

Total Rooms: 131; Rates: £75 - £240 Per Night

Opened in 2009, this luxury hotel offers free Wi-Fi and stylish rooms in a classic setting, beside the Grand Opera House, right in the centre of Belfast...

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Jurys Inn Belfast, Belfast
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Less than a mile away.

Total Rooms: 190; Rates: £49 - £126 Per Night

Located in the city centre, this hotel is adjacent to the Grand Opera House and Belfast City Hall, a few minutesa walk from Victoria Square, Castlecourt Shopping Centre and Dongell Place...

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