Voyage into the past: head to Titanic Belfast to learn all about one of the world’s most iconic ships. As you work your way up the museum’s 6 floors, you’ll get panoramic views of where the Titanic was built more than a century ago.
Visit a Northern Irish landmark: delve into Belfast’s rich history taking a free guided tour of its City Hall. Nearby Titanic Memorial Garden remembers those who never returned from the ship’s maiden voyage.
Enjoy a night at the theatre: whether you’re looking for family fun or a highbrow show, Belfast’s Grand Opera House caters for all tastes, offering a mix of drama, dance and comedy.
Shop ‘til you drop: shopaholics won’t be able to resist Victoria Square, which offers a mix of top brands over 4 levels. Apple, Urban Outfitters and Mango are among the major names to set up shop here.
Grab a taste of local life: sample the city’s best fresh produce by heading down to St George’s Market. Every weekend,you can browse hundreds of stalls, offering everything from fruit and veg to handmade crafts.
The historic Linen Quarter is one of the most vibrant areas of the city, with 40 cafés, bars and restaurants, a dozen hotels, and three major music venues. Once the headquarters of Ireland’s global linen industry.
Become a political animal: a trip to the Stormont Parliament Buildings just outside central Belfast will provide you with fascinating insight into Northern Irish politics and the peace process.
Keep the kids entertained: the city’s Ulster Museum is perfect for a rainy day; housing dinosaurs, famous artwork and even an ancient Egyptian mummy.
Visit a world-famous pub: owned by the National Trust, the Crown Liquor Saloon is now one of the UK’s most iconic public houses. Originally a Victorian gin palace, it’s since become a popular tourist haunt.
Discover Belfast’s hidden past: for 150 years,Crumlin Road Gaol housed every kind of prisoner, with thousands passing through its doors. Take a guided tour to learn more about the city’s secret history.
The Giant’s Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site on County Antrim’s north-east coast. It is a geological marvel: 40,000 interlocking rock columns created by an ancient volcanic eruption.
Lough Neagh is the biggest freshwater lake in Britain. At 18 miles in length, it’s perfect for nature lovers and water sports fans.
Game of Thrones fans can get a unique insight into the HBO drama by checking out Titanic Studios, where the show is filmed. The King's Road and Winterfell are among the other iconic locations which can be found in Northern Ireland.