Holidays in Northern Ireland

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Top destinations in Northern Ireland

Top hotels in Northern Ireland

Jurys Inn Belfast
Jurys Inn Belfast
4 out of 5
Great Victoria Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland
The price is AU$130 per night from 10 Oct. to 10 Oct.
4.3/5Excellent! (1,314 reviews)
"Good location room was lovely and spacious the only fault was the room wasn’t cleaned while we stayed there you have to ask for your amenities due to Covid"

Reviewed on 18 Sep. 2021

Jurys Inn Belfast
Titanic Hotel Belfast
Titanic Hotel Belfast
4.5 out of 5
Queen's Road, Titanic Quarter, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$185 per night from 14 Oct. to 14 Oct.
4.5/5Wonderful! (868 reviews)
"Titanic hotel is in an historic & iconic building. The rooms, both public areas and bedrooms are bright airy high ceilings spaces."

Reviewed on 27 Aug. 2021

Titanic Hotel Belfast
Maldron Hotel Belfast City
Maldron Hotel Belfast City
4 out of 5
20 Brunswick Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$145 per night from 17 Oct. to 17 Oct.
4.5/5Wonderful! (929 reviews)
"Liked the central location"

Reviewed on 13 Sep. 2021

Maldron Hotel Belfast City
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Top activities in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

Experience Irish charm in this revitalized nation, known for its varied landscapes, scenic coastlines, jagged mountains and, of course, friendly locals 

A favourite location among film and television crews, Northern Ireland is split into six different counties, each possessing their own special landscapes, cities and towns. Discover what makes this country so special and perhaps even stumble upon the odd famous filming location or two along the way. 

Hike through some of Northern Ireland’s most spectacular mountainous landscapes. Tackle routes in the Morne Mountains, a ring of 12 mountains topped with granite tors, or the Sperrins, a mountain range that spans 40 miles (64 kilometres) and features heather-covered hills, quiet valleys and abundant wildlife.

Step into the set of Game of Thrones by visiting several of the filming locations from the hit television show. Among the most recognizable filming locations are Ballintoy Harbour, the Dark Hedges and Cushendun Caves, to name just a few.

Take a road trip along the incredibly scenic Causeway Coastal Route, which encompasses some of the country’s most famous sights. Stop to see Carrickfergus Castle, built in 1177, or walk the rope bridge at Carrick-a-Rede island, which rewards brave crossers with wonderful views out to sea. No journey along this route would be complete without a stop at the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway, whose unusual rock formations are associated with local legends.

Wander the bustling streets of the capital, Belfast, and explore Titanic Belfast in the heart of the city, an attraction which retells the fascinating story of the infamous ship from construction through to tragic end. Take a bike tour to see the city’s most significant buildings, such as the Stormont Parliament Buildings and the Edwardian Belfast City Hall.

The three largest airports in Northern Ireland are Belfast International Airport, George Best Belfast City Airport and City of Derry Airport. Rent your own car to make the most of the country’s natural scenery, or ride the extensive network of buses and trains. Tickets purchased for one, three or seven days can be used across all forms of public transportation. 

Filled with heritage and history, Northern Ireland offers much more than just stunning landscapes.

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