Discover Northern Ireland

Visit a City or Explore the Outdoors...

Whether you’re looking for a city break or to escape the hustle and bustle, Northern Ireland has a bit of both! And with City of Derry Airport and Belfast City Airport to fly into, you have ease of access to both the North Western Coast, as well as the East! Between rugged coastlines, open landscapes, exquisite local food and drinks and unique world-class experiences, Northern Ireland is full of hidden gems to discover, explore and try out. Gain insight into the culture, learn about traditions and meet some local characters – head to Northern Ireland today.

  • Fly from Liverpool, London Stansted and Glasgow to City of Derry Airport and from Aberdeen, Dundee and Inverness to Belfast City Airport

City Breaks

Head to Ireland's completely walled City of Derry, or explore Belfast, a UNESCO City of Music (2022-2025). Fly to City of Derry Airport and start your adventure with a walking tour, where you can take in the architecture of the magnificent Peace Bridge, as well as take some photos of the Derry Girls Mural! In Belfast, visit the Game of Thrones Studio Tour, or head to the Titanic Belfast – the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience. For all the foodies, you’ll be spoilt for choice in both cities. Indulge in the local food at Belfast’s St George’s Market or join a Derry Girls food tour and see the city’s main filming location for the famous TV show. Make sure to stop at The Craft Village to indulge in some of the local restaurants there.

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Giant's Causeway

Within just an hour’s drive from City of Derry Airport and an hour and a half from Belfast City Airport, you can find the Giant Causeway Coastal route, where exciting adventures await! Stroll around the beaches at Portstewart, Portballintrae, Ballycastle or Carnlough. Only a 10min drive, enjoy the Bushmills 12-year-old Distillery Reserve whiskey from the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery. If you fancy an outdoor adventure, head to the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge in County Antrim, where you can walk on a suspended bridge 30 metres above the sea. And for some historical wonders, visit Dunluce Castle or Mussenden Temple- stunning views guaranteed.

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