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The top 128 attractions in Northern Ireland

Cliffs in Bushmills
The Giant´s Causeway
(29)
I went to Belfast for work and from there I went with locals to do some sightseeing in Northern Ireland. The trip was very economi
City Halls in Belfast
Belfast City Council
(8)
The Belfast City Hall is a neoclassical building built in the early 20th century, after Queen Victoria granted city status to Belf
Bridges in Ballycastle
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
(4)
The Carrick-a-rede rope bridge is a suspension bridge near Ballintoy. You have to park in the parking lot and walk to the right (f
Unusual Places in Belfast
Belfast Murals
(3)
Strolling in Belfast or Londonderry / Derry, you will see dozens of huge wall paintings with one theme: war. In Nationalist neighb
Castles in Bushmills
Dunluce Castle
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Near the town of Bushmills (famous for its Irish whiskey distillery), this castle is located on the coast of Northern Ireland. It
4 activities
Harbors in Belfast
Harland and Wolff Shipyard
(3)
The museum stands on the site of the Harland and Wolff shipyard. The 27 meter building is the same height as the Titanic, and insi
Bars in Belfast
The Crown Liquor Saloon
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This place is a most-see in Northern Ireland's capital. It's a typical place where locals go and an advantage for Belfast over Dub
Historical Monuments in Londonderry
Walls of Derry
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The Walls of Derry were completed in 1619 and are 8 meters high by 9 thickness and 1.5 km in circumference - they are the only one
Gardens in Belfast
Botanic Gardens
These botanical gardens are located in the south of Belfast, just off the prestigious Queen's University. They date from the 19th
Cathedrals in Londonderry
St Columb's Cathedral
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The Anglican Cathedral was built between 1628 and 1633. The wonderful effigies are carved in stone and marble and the cathedral it
Markets in Belfast
St. George's Market
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In Belfast city there is St. George's Market, which is a very eclectic and classic market in the city center and with a lot of var
Nature Reserves in Cushendall
Glenariff Forest Park
When travelling between Cushendall and Ballymena, in Northern Ireland, there is a spectacular nature preserve which is ideal for w
Cliffs in Antrim
Causeway Coastal Route
Considered one of the top 5 coastal routes in the world, is undoubtedly the best tourist attraction in Northern Ireland. It's said
Of Cultural Interest in Belfast
Belfast Peace Walls
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Raised initially as a temporary solution, the wall has been standing now for over 40 years seperating the Catholic neighborhoods f
Historical Monuments in Belfast
Albert Memorial Clock
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The Albert Memorial Clock is a kind of miniature Big Ben. It is located in Queen's Square in central Belfast near the docks. It wa
Cathedrals in Belfast
St Peter's Cathedral
St Peter's Cathedral was inaugurated on October 14, 1866 on land donated by the famous Belfast baker, Barney Hughes. It was the fi
Resort Towns in Ballycastle
Town of Ballycastle
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The port and resort town of Ballycastle (Baile an Chaisil) in County Antrim marks the eastern end of the Causeway coastal way. If
Bays in Ballycastle
White Park Bay
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It is between Ballymoney Castle and the Carrick-a-Rede suspension bridge. It has a wide and large sandy beach visible from Portbra