Belfast has undergone many changes over the years, from a mere village in the 17th century, to a thriving 20th-century metropolis of half a million people. Ringed by high hills, sea lough and river valleys, Northern Ireland's capital has endured a collective suffering during the years of the Troubles. Today, this city offers an irresistible blend of re-energised urbanity and easy access to natural splendour. Compact and easy to explore on foot, what Belfast might lack in world class attractions it makes up for in attitude. There is an international selection of restaurants, bars and cafés to explore and with the rugged natural splendour of coast, lake and moor just outside the city.
(Belfast, Dublin, Cork, Killarney, Ballyvaughan)
As you tread the sawdust-covered boards of Durty Nelly’s tavern, let your eyes adjust to the dim light and toast the ghosts of the medieval past while sitting at a bar that has served ale to the trodden masses since the Middle Ages.
(Dublin, Cork, Killarney, Ballyvaughan, Cong, Donegal, Belfast)
Close your eyes and conjure up all of the magical images you can think of when you consider the ancient land of Ireland - and then live it in person as you explore the length and breath of the country meeting up with colorful locals, tread on ancient sights and take in the majestic coastal views on a trip to Ireland that is sure to satisfy all of the senses.
(Belfast, Donegal, Sligo, Dublin)
Stay in historical castles and manor houses as you are driven around Northern Ireland by a knowledgeable driver-guide to visit many of the gems of the country including the Giants Causeway, the cosmopolitan city of Belfast, picturesque Donegal and Sligo, stunning coastline and mountains and lakes and historical sites.
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