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The Legend of Titanic Comes Home to Belfast

The Giant's Causeway and The Causeway Coastal Route

Historical Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland Made for Golf

Follow Titanic's remarkable journey from the drawing board to the slipways, or stand on the vast floor of the dock where she was fitted out - her last footprint on land.

Between the Unesco World Heritage Site, a road trip voted Top 5 in the world and a new world-class visitor centre being unveiled in 2012 - there's an experience not to be missed.

Whether it's Saint Patrick and Christian Heritage, RMS Titanic or our historic cities - there's something for everyone.

We are made for golf with superb world-class links of Royal Portrush (host to the 2012 Irish Open) and Royal County Down and over 90 other great courses to choose from.





Literature and Theatre

Glorious Gardens & Houses

Fabulous Food

An Adventure Playground

Northern Ireland is home to Nobel Laureates and award-winning playwrights and it's evident in the great tours, superb theatre venues and special festivals on offer.

We've grand gardens, walled gardens, woodland gardens - even Japanese gardens. Something for everyone.

Northern Ireland is a great destination for lovers of good authentic local food and drink.

From water sports on the waves of the North Atlantic to cruising in Fermanagh, walking in the Mournes, or cycling in the Sperrins. The choice is yours - but you'll be guaranteed great views.







Unmissable Music

UK City of Culture 2013



Love music? Then check out a scene that is vibrant, exciting and cutting edge.

2013 is Derry~Londonderry's year, when it hosts the first UK City of Culture with a packed programme of events.



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