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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Enterprise Train from Dublin to Belfast

    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? 

    25 Jun 2020
  2. Driving in Northern Ireland

    With good roads, great public transport and a range of discount passes, getting around Northern Ireland is a doddle. 

    25 Jun 2020
  3. 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.

    25 Jun 2020
  4. Visitor Information Centres
    Whether you’re looking for inspiration for your next holiday, in the early stages of planning a visit to Northern Ireland, or even if you’re already here and looking for your next amazing experience, we’re here to help.
  5. Maps & Brochures
    Where would you be going without a map? While it’s easy to find your way around Northern Ireland – and getting lost in the Sperrins or Mournes is more likely to lead you to a magical discovery of a place you didn’t know existed – a map or brochure will make your trip even easier.
  6. Pet Friendly
    Wondering what to do with the moggy or pooch for the holidays? In Northern Ireland, you can count your pet in on your plans, with loads to keep them purring or wagging their tails all day long.
  7. Seasonal Inspiration
    There’s never, ever a bad time of the year to visit Northern Ireland. We might have a maritime, north-western European climate, but that’s never stopped us enjoying everything that this very special place has to offer, and nor should it stop you.
  8. Downhill Beach

    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.

    25 Jun 2020
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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Luxury Weekends
    From the cities to the countryside to the coast, Northern Ireland offers stunning 4 and 5 star accommodation – each redefining luxury in its own way with outdoor activities, shopping, adventure and history around every corner.
  2. Short Breaks
    Short breaks are just great for stepping off life’s treadmill and re-setting yourself. In whatever way works for you. Whether that’s a weekend of lazy luxury, wetsuits in the surf or candlelit dinner in the city. Though, in Northern Ireland, everything is pretty close by so you could probably pack a few ideas in. Or save some for your next trip.
  3. Family Holidays
    Northern Ireland is perfect for your family holiday. Your kids will love all the fun stuff, the fresh air, and may even learn new things while they’re at it. All of you will enjoy a typical Northern Irish welcome wherever you go here and, speaking of going, let’s get going!
  4. Romantic Getaways
    Follow your heart and, more than likely, you’ll find yourself in Northern Ireland. It’s got everything you need for a romantic weekend break. All, pretty much within touching distance. From luxury hide-away hotels to city-chic comfort. Not forgetting hand-holding strolls on the beach. Or candlelit dinners a deux.
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