Antrim is county located in the Northern part of Ireland. About a mile from it, the county takes you to the 10th century with some of the famous Irish round towers. Close to the towers, you can jump in time to the prehistoric ages with what’s known as “Witches’ Stone.” Antrim is also known for its notable castles including Antrim Castle, Shane’s Castle, Carrickfergus Castle, Red Bay Castle, and Glenarm Castle.

Bus Tour Belfast – The Best Way To See The City?

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Bus Tour Belfast - Visit All the Popular Attractions There are a few options for tours around Belfast City - from buses, taxis and or simply walking. We opted for Titanic City Tours for a 48 hour bus ticket to see what Belfast has to...

Belfast Christmas Market

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Christmas Magic at The Belfast Christmas Market The Belfast Christmas Market is a very popular event that takes place in the run up to Christmas in Belfast City Hall. Stalls from around Europe descend into the small grounds which can cram in thousands and thousands...

St. George’s Market – Belfast

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St. George's Market in Belfast is a unique place to eat in Belfast - but also shop for beautiful gifts all the way to fresh organic fruit and veg or fish. The market is one of Belfast oldest attractions that people love to visit....

Belfast Castle-Popular Wedding Venue & Great Park & Views Over Belfast

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Belfast Castle is situated on the sweeping slopes of Cavehill Country Park in Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland. Located four hundred feet above sea level, it provides a magnificent view of the city and Belfast Lough. For directions to the castle from...

Dunluce Castle – Incredible Medieval Castle on Cliffs in County Antrim

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The Impressive Dunluce Castle Dunluce is a must visit for anyone visiting or living in Northern Ireland. Its location is incredible - the ruins impressive. Have a look at our photos and videos - decide for yourself. They do not compare to a personal visit...