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Rugged and curvaceous fields and hills of green as far as the eye can see, at the Sperrin Mountains in County Tyrone.

Get into Nature

Follow the ‘Get into Nature’ campaign which helps people to be outdoor smart, leave no trace and love the place! Find out more about how you can enjoy a healthy, enjoyable and environmentally friendly visit to our stunning natural environment.

  • Rugged and curvaceous fields and hills of green as far as the eye can see, at the Sperrin Mountains in County Tyrone.
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    Get into Nature

    Follow the ‘Get into Nature’ campaign which helps people to be outdoor smart, leave no trace and love the place! Find out more about how you can enjoy a healthy, enjoyable and environmentally friendly visit to our stunning natural environment.

  • We're good to go logo. Green circle with green tick inside the circle. The words we're good to go are written around the top half of the circle.
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    We're Good to Go

    'We’re Good To Go' is the official UK mark to signal that a tourism or hospitality business is following Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, putting in place processes to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.

  • 2 male concierge wearing dark grey suits with black top hats, standing outside the main entrance and welcoming you to the 5 star Fitzwilliam Hotel in Belfast.
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    Star grading & welcome schemes explained

    In Northern Ireland, looking after everyone as well as possible is just in our nature. That’s why we want do everything we can to help you prepare for your visit here, ensuring it’s as enjoyable, comfortable, inspirational and memorable as can be.  Find out more about our star grading and welcome schemes.

  • Downhill Beach on the Causeway Coastal Route. Mussenden Temple sits on a cliff edge in the background while an NI Railways train passes through a tunnel.
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    Take one of the world's great railway journeys

    Travel writer, actor and explorer, Michael Palin once described the train ride between Derry~Londonderry and Coleraine as “one of the most beautiful rail journeys in the world”. Now who in their right mind is going to argue with a member of Monty Python. Certainly not us, so let’s hop on board and relax and enjoy the stunning views along this short stretch of train track.

  • Close up through the driver side window of a bearded male driving a van while a female passenger looks on, smiling.
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    Driving in Northern Ireland

    Driving in Northern Ireland (NI) is governed by rules set out in the Highway Code and you may find it useful to refer to the Code to better understand how driving here may differ from your own location.

  • 2 females on board the Enterprise train that operates between Belfast and Dublin. They are sitting at window seats, chatting across a table, with their shopping bags in the aisle seat.
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    Getting to Northern Ireland

    Northern Ireland is easily accessible by air, sea, road and rail. With 3 airports, sea ports and a network of motorways, it has never been easier to get to Northern Ireland. What are you waiting for? 

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