ATTRACTIONS IN NORTHERN IRELAND
Once you’ve sailed from Cairnryan to Larne you’ll have all of the attractions in Northern Ireland available to you, and there really are loads to choose from!
With so many things to see and do in Belfast this is often a popular destination for those visiting Northern Ireland, and if this fascinating city is part of your travel plans you might want to explore it on two wheels by booking onto the Belfast Bike Tour. This 3-hour guided tour takes in all of the top attractions that Belfast has to offer, including the Titanic Quarter, St Anne’s Cathedral, the Game of Thrones Studio, and Ulster Hall, and provides a great opportunity to learn all about its history.
Want to learn more about the Titanic? The Titanic Experience is the world’s largest Titanic exhibition and boasts 9 galleries full of objects and information about the ship and its tragic end in the Atlantic, plus it is located where the ship was built so you can see where it was launched from too.
A visit to Hillsborough Castle is perfect for those who love wandering around luxurious building, as this is the Queen’s residence when she visits Northern Ireland. Take a 45-minute guided tour around the late Georgian Mansion and you’ll have access to all of the State Rooms, including the Throne Room, and can enjoy a leisurely stroll around the 100 acres of beautiful palace gardens too.
If you have time to head out of Belfast for a day you can see lots of Northern Ireland’s top sights on a full-day luxury coach tour that will take you along the Causeway Coastal route which was voted one of the five most spectacular drives in the world! Climb over the rocks at the Giant's Causeway, walk over the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge (if you’re brave enough!), and have lunch and a drink in the famous Bushmills Distillery too.
To secure your space on activities, tours and attractions in Northern Ireland we suggest booking your tickets through our travel partner Get Your Guide so that you can avoid disappointment and save some money too.