Fancy getting out of the city for a break, and experiencing some of the UK’s most stunning scenery? Look no further than the Causeway Coastal Route, a 279km drive featuring on Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel List in 2018 which takes in UNESCO World Heritage sites, adventurous hikes, natural wonders and picturesque villages.
There is no point in denying or ignoring the fact that Belfast is a city with a dark past. The Troubles, which ran throughout the 70s, 80s and 90s, claimed hundreds of lives on both sides of the conflict and destroyed much of the city.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do… when in Belfast, have Guinness and stew. Ireland is world-renowned for its pubs, its Guinness, its simple but delicious food and the legendary craic, a Gaelic word that has no literal translation into English, but which means ‘having fun’ (usually with a few pints of Guinness and a group of friends). Here, we look at 10 of Belfast’s best drinking holes, but be warned… reading this will make you thirsty.
Ever since the Brexit vote in June 2016, investors and property buyers have been debating the effect that separating from the EU would have on the property market - and nowhere more than in Northern Ireland.
There can be no denying the fact that Belfast is one of the most infamous cities in the world. After it was made the capital of Northern Ireland during the partition in 1921, when the 6 counties of Northern Ireland became part of the United Kingdom, there was a sectarian war between the Catholics and the Protestants that led to 1,600 people being killed. That, however, is in the past and Belfast is now becoming a popular tourist destination and an attractive place in which to invest.
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