The Dark Hedges at night, County Antrim
1- Visit the Titanic Museum
The Titanic experience is the world’s largest Titanic Museum, telling the story of the most famous cruise ship in history. In the museum you will find reconstructions of the ship’s rooms, artefacts, as well as testimonials, history of the ship and the unfortunate story of its ending. The building itself is modern and very impressive (see picture below).
2- Stroll around the Giant’s Causeway
The Giant’s Causeway is a Unesco World Heritage site composed of a series of approximately 40 000 basalt rock columns located by the sea. They create a natural protection against the sea and the storms. The columns are all symmetric, how intriguing!
3- Have a guided tour of Belfast
Belfast is a city full of history, mainly known for the intense political violence which occurred in the 20th century. Discover the history of this unique city through a political murial’s tour in a black cab or on foot with a local guide.
4- Cross the Carrick-a-Rede rope Bridge
Carrick-a-Rede is a tiny island where the rope bridge links the island to the mainland. It was initially erected by salmon fishermen 350 years ago. It is 20 meters long and stands over 30 meters over the sea. Very impressive, even for people not afraid of heights! The Republic of Ireland is also surrounded by small islands such as the Aran Islands.
5- Enter the Dark Hedges
The Dark Hedges is a road surrounded by beech trees which form an atmospheric tunnel. According to the legend, the hedges are visited by a ghost called Grey Lady, she could be the ghost of a maid from a nearby house who died in mysterious circumstances but this is not certain. The road now is mainly famous for having been a filming location for the Games of Thrones TV series.
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