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Northern Ireland: Our recommendations
What are the most popular holiday destinations in Northern Ireland?
Vacation apartments Northern Ireland - vacation in nature
It borders the Republic of Ireland and belongs to the United Kingdom. Its capital is Belfast with 277,000 inhabitants.
A vacation in a holiday home Northern Ireland or a holiday apartment Northern Ireland in Belfast is absolutely recommendable. The historical city can not only offer the traces of its troubled past, but also beautiful historical buildings such as the university from the Tudor period (Queens University) or an old castle, the so-called Belfast Castle. Also the oldest pub in Northern Ireland called Crown Liquor Saloon can be found in downtown Belfast.
The city is well connected via the airport, but does not have its own streetcar system. All public transport is provided by buses. Thus it offers itself to undertake the sightseeing tour in the inner city area quite calmly and on foot.
Many pubs, bars and cafes provide ample opportunities to take a break in between and draw new strength. Finally, there is a lot to see in Belfast and every vacation in a holiday apartment Northern Ireland or a holiday home Northern Ireland is so unforgettable. Plenty of history can also be experienced on the Isle of Man - recommended for a day trip! This island is located in the east of Northern Ireland and is easy to reach by ferry.
Who rents a holiday apartment Northern Ireland or a holiday home Northern Ireland, but can not only discover Belfast. Also the smaller villages, the beautiful beaches and the green landscape attract many tourists here. The largest lake Lough Neagh of the British island is also located here. The landscape is wonderfully pristine and continues to captivate vacationers. Many birdwatchers, hikers and cyclists feel at home in the vast landscape. Water sports are also practiced a lot on the coasts and enjoy great popularity.
Vacation home in Northern Ireland, enjoying the surroundings
The freedom and comfort of a vacation home in Northern Ireland gives you the opportunity to explore the area at your pace. Highly recommended is the Causeway Coastal which is a whopping 192 miles long and runs from Belfast to Londonderry. The road winds along the rugged coast and has been called the most spectacular coastal route in the world. Of course you want to see that with your own eyes. One moment the road runs only a few meters beside the sea and the next moment you find yourself on a high cliff with a breathtaking view. Along the way there are many things to see and admire, such as Duncluc Castle, Giant Causeway and the spectacular Carrick-a-Rede suspension bridge. Nature is even more beautiful than anything that can be created by man. You will undoubtedly be impressed when you return to your apartment in Northern Ireland.
Accommodation in Northern Ireland - Belfast city break
A city trip to Belfast is of course a must if you have booked a vacation home in Northern Ireland. Belfast has a special atmosphere: artistic with a rough touch. You can see this in the often brilliant street art throughout the city. Of course you must also experience the Titanic Experience. The world's most famous ship was built in Belfast, and the museum built to commemorate it is special in many ways. In fact, here you will experience the whole story: from the moment the ship was built to the sad moment when it found an early grave on the seabed. Special attention has also been paid to children. Of course, your Northern Ireland vacation rental will also remind you of Northern Ireland's violent past. A bus ride through Belfast where there was heavy fighting will make you stop and think about the bloody battle so recently suffered. In some neighborhoods, the act of striking a cross was reason enough for violence. There are many memorials to see.
Good food and drink near your vacation home in Northern Ireland
You may prefer to enjoy the meals in your vacation home in Northern Ireland, but the local hospitality industry also has tasty local specialties on the menu. While on vacation, be sure to sample them. In Ireland, potatoes are a part of the menu, but they're not just any potatoes. The Comber potato has a PGI certification from the EU. This potato is particularly full of flavor and the Northern Irish know countless ways to make potatoes taste good. In the clear waters in and around Northern Ireland words various species of fish and seafood are found. The refined taste of the local eels is renowned and the salmon can certainly compete with the Scottish. For the connoisseur there are oysters from Strangford Lounge, a true delicacy.
Discover art and culture around the apartment
Art lovers get their money's worth in Belfast. The Ulster Museum there houses exhibits on history and geology as well as a large collection of classical and contemporary paintings.
A concentrated load of culture promises the old town of Derry with its imposing city wall and the neo-Gothic Guildhall. Castle fans are drawn to the medieval ruins of Dunluce Castle, to Kinbane Castle or to Enniskillen Castle from the 16th century.
A holiday home in Derry with its imposing city wall and neo-Gothic Guildhall offers a wealth of culture.
Whoever has booked a vacation apartment in Belfast can experience culture of a different kind during a trip with a black cab. You will get a lot of information about the Northern Ireland conflict and local traditions.
Experience local attractions not far from your vacation home
One of the travel highlights is located on the small island of Carrick-a-Rede. The island is connected to the mainland by a 100-feet suspension bridge that crosses the Atlantic Ocean. A head for heights is a must for the crossing.
An attraction you shouldn't miss from your vacation rental in Belfast is the Titanic Museum. The interactive experience center has already received several awards for its exciting concept. You'll find it on the site of the Titanic shipyard.
Tours to the filming locations of "Game of Thrones" are a must if you live in a vacation home in Northern Ireland. Especially the Giant's Causeway with its basalt columns, which serves as "Kingsroad", is impressive.
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most popular accommodation types in Northern Ireland are cottage and apartment rental. With 711 accommodations in Northern Ireland, the perfect vacation home is only one click away.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
With Casamundo you can find rentals in Northern Ireland starting at €43 - On average, you will stay in a 109 m² (Apartment rental) or a 114 m² (Cottage).
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
We can help you find accommodations in Northern Ireland for a group. On average, the cottage has space for 6 guests.
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