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Highlights of Northern Ireland (Self Drive - Belfast - Giants Causeway - Derry - Lough Neagh)

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This 9 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Rental Car for 10 days
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Belfast
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Giants Causeway Coast
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Derry
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Lough Neagh
  • Driving Time
    Belfast- Giants Causeway Coast: 5 mins. approx.
    Giants Causeway Coast- Derry: 1 hr 23 min approx.
    Derry- Lough Neagh: 1 hr 34 mins. approx.
    Lough Neagh- Belfast: 30 min approx.

Experience this fantastic vacation to Northern Ireland!. Visit Belfast (is the capital and largest city in Northern Ireland, full of stunning Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture and best known for being where the RMS Titanic was built), Giants Causeway Coast (is the UNESCO World Heritage that lies at the foot of the basalt cliffs along the sea coast on the edge of the Antrim plateau in Northern Ireland. It is made up of some 40,000 massive black basalt columns sticking out of the sea. The dramatic sight has inspired legends of giants striding over the sea to Scotland), Derry (northernmost city in Ireland that keeps its walls around the city completely intact, and is one of the best examples of a walled city in Europe) and the beautiful, diverse lands surrounding Lough Neagh (nestled in the heart of Northern Ireland, Lough (Lake) Neagh is the largest freshwater lake in the British Isles, and its a place full of irish legens). Travel between cities with a rental car. This is a flexible package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Belfast

  • Giants Causeway Coast

  • Derry (Londonderry)

  • Lough Neagh

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Trip Summary

  • Belfast

    Dating back to the Middle Ages, the second-largest city on the Irish Isle, Belfast has a rich history. Some visitors may already know that one of the most iconic oceangoing liners, the Titanic, was built here in the world-famous Belfast Shipyard. The city is nestled beside the River Lagan and Belfast Lough, providing a lovely and privileged setting. Take a stroll and admire the mix of Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian architecture, dominated by the magnificently domed City Hall.

    Visit Belfast City Hall, Grand Opera House, Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, Titanic Belfast, St. George's Market, Belfast Castle, Parliament Buildings, and much more.

  • Giants Causeway Coast

    The Giant's Causeway Coast lies at the foot of mighty basalt cliffs along the sea coast on the edge of the Antrim plateau in Northern Ireland. The spectacular area is an important global geological phenomenon, comprised of some 40,000 large, regularly shaped polygonal columns of basalt in perfect horizontal sections, forming a pavement. It is protected by UNESCO not only for its beauty but also because its cliffs, seashores, marshes, and grasslands are home to more than 50 species of birds, as well as more than 200 species of plants. Visit Dunluce Castle, Old Bushmills Distillery, Bushmills Railway, Dunseverick Castle, National Trust Carrick-a-Rede, and so much more!

  • Derry (Londonderry)

    The old 6th-century walled city of Derry (sometimes alternately referred to as Londonderry), is a centre of culture and creativity. The walls dating from the 17th century are still complete and measure 1 mile in circumference and stand six meters thick. There are several interesting museums like the Tower Museum which tells the history of the city from prehistoric times until modern day. From here you can easily day trip to the Giants Causeway, a volcanic formation of thousands of hexagonal rocks, situated about an hour away.

    Visit the Museum of Free Derry, Tower Museum, Peace Bridge, Derry Walls, Bloody Sunday Obelisk, and much more.

  • Lough Neagh

    Lough Neagh captivates visitors with its tranquil atmosphere, unspoilt scenery, secluded bays, and skyward views. Lough Neagh is a haven for wildlife with many viewpoints around the shoreline, and there is so much to see and do! Whether you enjoy history and heritage, arts, local handicrafts, or exciting land and water-based activities, you can get it all here! Lough Neagh is the largest freshwater lake in the United Kingdom and supports a wide variety of aquatic vegetation fringed by associated species-rich damp grassland, reedbeds, islands, fens, marginal swampy woodland, and pasture. Visit the Antrim Castle Gardens, Oxford Island Nature Reserve, Shane's Castle, Seamus Heaney HomePlace, Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Ram's Island, Lough Beg, and so much more!

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