Category: Giant’s Causeway

Giant’s Causeway, also known as “the eighth wonder of the world”, is truly a unique site to see. As Ireland’s first World Heritage site, the unusual rock formations are the direct result of a volcanic eruption which took place 60 million years ago. The attraction, along with the views of one of Europe’s most spectacular […]

  Did you decide to have a short city-break to Belfast, however, you don’t feel like spending a fortune? You’re in luck, Belfast is a city that has so much to offer, and all you need is just a good pair of shoes and enough time to do everything! We prepared a list for you […]

The Giants Causeway is the jewel in Northern Ireland’s crown. Crafted by powerful natural forces unleashed on this part of the planet over sixty million years ago. Back then the North Antrim coast was a hell on Earth and it was here this incredible beauty was born. Today the Causeway’s geological past sets it apart […]

Make it the Highlight of Your Sightseeing Trip in Northern Ireland Most tourists visit Northern Ireland with their heart set on seeing The Giant’s Causeway, but those who stay longer to explore more are left awestruck by the sights strewn along the Causeway Coastal Route. Stretching from Belfast to The Giant’s Causeway and beyond is […]

Few settings match the mystical appeal of Northern Ireland. The region teems with architectural splendours, medieval-style castles, churches, cliffs, mountains and meadows. There are many compelling reasons to visit Northern Ireland, and yet, the biggest tourist draw remains The Giant’s Causeway. The celebrated Giant’s Causeway is a World Heritage Site, the only one in Northern […]

In March 2016, Belfast was recognised as the best city in the UK by Guardian and Observer Travel Awards, a national award that highlights the best in the British tourism industry. As a premier tourism destination for both business and leisure, the city offers spectacular visitor attractions and events, delicious local food, and some of […]

Planning a trip to Northern Ireland this summer? The country’s magnificent and mysterious landscape makes it a “must see” destination for all travelling enthusiasts. Rich in history and heritage, Belfast is a place like no other, with ancient castles, intriguing villages, spectacular greenscapes and natural structures that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. […]