4 Great Cities One Great Adventure
Belfast is a great place to visit with excellent shopping, lively restaurants and a wide selection of theatres, cinemas and clubs. Or if you’d like to escape from the city, why not visit the beautiful Antrim Coast and The Giant’s Causeway, one of the region’s most stunning sights, and only an hour’s drive from the city.
Full of artistic talent, culture, history and music, you’ll find a young, vibrant atmosphere in the pubs, clubs, restaurants and shops of Galway city. A stroll through the busy and colourful streets is the best way to discover the hidden treasures of this vibrant city. Seafood is the city’s speciality with a host of restaurants and great pubs, from which to choose.
If you plan to stay for a few days, hire a car and visit the Connemara area, or the unique Aran Islands. Play at one of the many golf courses, fish, cycle or just savour the atmosphere!!
Ireland’s second largest city dates back to the seventh century and is actually an island between two channels of the River Lee. Distinctly diferent from Dublin, Cork is a very “chic” city with meandering streets and a laid back, leisurely pace. Discover the charm of “The Real Capital of Ireland” with its eclectic mix of bars, shops and restaurants.
A vibrant and lively city, Dublin is one of Europe’s trendiest capitals. Filled with culture and learning, there’s lots to do in this compact city and it’s the ideal location