Why Northern Ireland is the destination to choose for your next trip

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Why Northern Ireland is the destination to choose for your next trip

Do you intend to organize a truly memorable and spectacular holiday but only have a few days of holiday available? You would do well to bet everything on Northern Ireland: this is why it will prove to be your ideal destination.

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Are you looking for a truly memorable and spectacular holiday but only have a few days off available? Don't panic, you will be happy to know that there is a destination that will prove perfect for your needs and that above all is outside the usual itineraries proposed by sites and travel agencies. Striking scenery, unique historical sites, thriving food scene: here are all the reasons why you would do well to book a flight to Northern Ireland now (which is less than a 90-minute flight from London, to boot).

The story of the giant's path

Northern Ireland is ideal for a weekend out of the city, especially if you intend to avoid large urban centers and go for walks immersed in wild nature.

Giant's Causeway

Giant's Causeway

For those who love trekking, the first stop on the itinerary should be the Giant's Causeway, the giant's path declared a UNESCO heritage site: it overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and hides a very original legend, in fact it is said that the road was raised by the giant Finn McCool to cross the Irish Sea and face a rival in Scotland.

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Causeway Coastal Route

Causeway Coastal Route

You can then continue the journey with the Causeway Coastal Route, a very long road that connects Belfast and Derry-Londonderry characterized by cliffs, sea arches and endless beaches.

The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

From the rope bridge to the Game of Thrones caves

Along the route you will also encounter the iconic Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge (leading to Carrick Island) and The Gobbins cliff, where you can admire dolphins and puffins in their natural habitat.

The Gobbins

The Gobbins

A picnic along Portstewart Strand, being careful to spot green butterflies among the dunes, a walk on the beach of Portstewart Strand, in County Londonderry, a tour of the villages on the shores of Lough Neagh, Ireland's largest lake, a visit to the Cushendun Caves (where some scenes from Game of Thrones were filmed).

Cushendun Caves

Cushendun Caves

We could continue with whiskey tasting, visits to craft breweries and dinners based on local fish. In short, there really is something for all tastes in Ireland, so all you have to do is book a flight to enjoy such wonders.

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