Northern Ireland's Cities | Belfast, Derry & Armagh City

Northern Ireland's Cities | Belfast, Derry & Armagh City

Discover Northern Ireland, a place with dramatic history, great myths, fabulous food experiences and spectacular traditional music. Northern Ireland is famous for many reasons including The Titanic and cinematic film locations. All of Northern Ireland’s cities have their own distinct character.

Discover our favourite cities below!

1. Derry

Derry has a fascinating past and a very lively present! Derry is the only completely walled city in Ireland and one of the best preserved in Europe. Hit comedy show Derry Girls set in the 1990's also shares remarkable stories about Derry! Take a walking tour and hear the fascinating stories about brutal 17th century sieges, see famous murals and listen to traditional music on the streets and in cosy pubs.


2. Belfast

The birthplace of the legendary ocean liner The Titanic. Visit the Titanic Belfast, built on the slipways where The Titanic was constructed over 100 years ago. For an authentic experience, check out Georges Market, open Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings. With over 150 stalls of food and local crafts to choose from but most popular for its mouth-watering food! We recommend trying the Ulster fry or Belfast soda bread, you won't be disappointed!

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3. Armagh City

Only one hour from Belfast City, Armagh City is packed with culture. Extravagant architecture is one thing not to be missed in Armagh. St. Patrick has a strong legacy in Armagh, according to legend he built a stone church in 445AD. If you're looking for more cultural experiences check out Armagh County Museum and Armagh Public Library!


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