With wild landscapes, thrilling experiences and warm welcomes, Northern Ireland is a land built by a giant spirit. You can feel this spirit everywhere: in the roar of waves crashing on the shoreline, in the tranquility of the lakelands, and in the energy that pulses through our music and festivals. It’s in the legends of mighty warriors and the history written deep in mountains and forests. Discover the secrets of this ancient land for yourself and feel your own spirit awaken. Embrace a Giant Spirit Ready for adventure? Belfast and beyond in 6 days Buzzing Belfast has it all. And it makes a great base from which to explore some of Northern Ireland's most intriguing sights. See where the spirit takes you Take a trip along the Causeway Coast to discover where Northern Ireland gets its giant reputation. Named after the famous basalt steps of the Giant’s Causeway, this epic stretch of coastline is studded with cosy seaside villages, exhilarating cliff walks and fabulous food experiences. I’ve always maintained that Northern Ireland is the world’s best kept secret, both in the character of its people and its scenery. Liam Neeson, Ballymena But there's so much more to Northern Ireland than its coastline. Fermanagh’s lakes and underground caves are brimming with myths and mysteries. The dark skies above the Sperrin Mountains are a stargazer's delight. And the panoramic views from the peaks of the Mournes – Northern Ireland’s highest mountain range – will make you feel like you’re on top of the world. Then when you're ready, delve into our vibrant cities, from Belfast, the home of Titanic to the Walled City of Derry~Londonderry, and onto Armagh, where the story of St Patrick comes to life. And when you explore, maybe you’ll get to write your own stories from Northern Ireland. Causeway Coastal Route Picture-perfect villages, ruined castles and the ever-present crash of the waves... there are wonders to be experienced all along this legendary coastline. Titanic: built in Belfast Unlike anywhere in the world, it's here in Belfast that Titanic’s soul, story and sorrow are etched on the city. Game of Thrones® Fabled castles, haunted forests, a stunning, hand-woven tapestry – Game of Thrones® has become a part of Northern Ireland’s epic story. The Mourne Mountains As you drive along the Mourne Coastal Route, the Mourne Mountains curve alongside you, rising loftily above the crystalline water. Fermanagh's Lakelands County Fermanagh is a water-lover's paradise, with an amazing abundance of lakes, rivers, inlets and waterways. The Gobbins Cliff Path Along the stunning Causeway Coastal Route, you'll find The Gobbins: a spectacular cliff path that hugs the Antrim coastline. The Sperrins Welcome to one of Ireland's best-kept secrets – the wild, untouched and beautiful Sperrin Mountains. Derry~Londonderry: the Walled City It's cosmopolitan, creative and steeped in history – but it’s the unique combination of warmth and wit that makes the city so special. Seamus Heaney HomePlace Poet and Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney drew his inspiration from the land of his childhood. Come and explore the places that fuelled his imagination. Belfast: Home of the Titanic A culture-packed hub of history, fine food, spectacular scenery and even the Ship of Dreams. Come on up north and discover that Belfast energy. Northern Ireland: destination delicious Out of a landscape of green fields, pure lakes and crystal clean seas, a distinct food culture has developed with a focus on the very best local ingredients. Hillsborough Castle and Gardens A hidden gem at the heart of Northern Ireland, Hillsborough Castle provides both historical and natural wonders in abundance. Explore the Causeway Coastal Route Discover a kaleidoscope of natural landscapes, imposing cliffs, bubbling mountain streams and gushing waterfalls. The Sperrins Ancient history, roaring waters, crumbling castles and country estates: take a deep breath and take it all in at Strangford Lough. Home of St Patrick With festivals celebrated in his name, and pilgrims coming from all over the world to trace his journey, here is the land that made St Patrick a legend. Music in Belfast The spirit of Belfast has an undeniable influence over the landscape of modern music. This city is no wallflower – it sings out loud, and encourages you to join in. Islands of Lough Erne Ancient Celts, Christian monks and marauding Vikings have all left their mark on the islands here, with pagan rocks and crumbling churches charting their journeys. Charming towns and villages of Northern Ireland Framed by dramatic landscapes and steeped in history, Northern Ireland’s towns and villages are perfect stop-off points on an unforgettable adventure. Getting around Northern Ireland Fly into Belfast International Airport, Belfast City Airport or City of Derry Airport, or catch a ferry to Belfast or Larne port and start your adventure. Once you arrive, you can hire a car at the airport or in the cities, catch a train or a bus between hubs, or hop on a coach to see the sights. There are also guided tours all over Northern Ireland, so book ahead to make sure you don't miss a thing.