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Northern Ireland

A city with soul

Belfast is quickly becoming the cool crowd's favourite city break. It has a whopping eight quarters—probably because there's just too much to squeeze into four. Whether you're in the Titanic Quarter's immersive museums or the Cathedral Quarter's hip galleries, you'll find a cultural powerhouse where the trends of tomorrow are born.

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Taste the island

The island's pantry is vast and varied, from wild game in stately country estates to hearty fry-ups in unassuming local cafés. Unique foodie experiences are enriched by the landscape: think cider in full-flowered orchards, potato farls in thatched country kitchens, seafood on the cliffs, or beer and good craic in a wood-panelled pub.

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Riches of the riverfront

There's nowhere quite like Derry~Londonderry. Its historic city walls encompass plenty of quirky pubs and restaurants, but its real claim to fame is the unique wit and warmth of its people. Get into the "Derry Girls" spirit with a themed afternoon tea, including Granda Joe's cream horns, sausage roll baps, and Tayto crisp sarnies.

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A thrillseeker's paradise

Feel the wind in your hair in landscapes that still feel truly wild. You can join world-leading surf schools, ride horses along deserted beaches, and hike in the Mourne Mountains, where the ethereal scenery inspired C.S. Lewis to create Narnia. Gentler country rambles reveal trails, loughs, and ruins that are delightfully uncrowded.

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Take to the road

The 120-mile Causeway Coastal Route links Belfast with Derry~Londonderry, and is the gateway to some of the region's most breathtaking sights, including Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. Explore seaside towns like Portstewart, discover enchanting landscapes from "Game of Thrones", and spot dolphins in the Irish Sea.

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