Northern Ireland Touristic recommendations Francisco Martínez Morales Daniel Sáez Torregrosa
The 5 principal and more touristic cities in Northern Ireland are: • Armagh • Belfast • Derry • Lisburn • Newry
St. Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh is the seat of the Archbishop of Armagh in the Church of Ireland. It is found in Armagh, Northern Ireland. The Church was and is the centre of the Church of Ireland. It has been destroyed and rebuilt 17 times. It was substantially restored between 1834 and 1840 by Archbishop Lord John George Beresford and the architect Lewis Nockalls Cottingham. This Cathedral, stands on one of the most ancient christian sites in the British Isles. Its origins date back to the year 445, whne St Patrick built a stone church on a hill.
Northern Ireland has some of the finest castles on the island. The earliest are from Norman times, but fortified homes continued to be built well into the 17th century - much of Derry City dates from this era, including its encircling walls. Centuries of war, siege and expansion, have left a well-preserved legacy which is still there to be explored!
Dunluce Castle Dunluce castle is a ruined castled located on the edge of a hill in Antrim (between Portballintrae and Portrush) . Contact Details 87 Dunluce RoadBushmillsCounty AntrimBT57 8UYWebsite: www.ni-environment.gov.ukEmail: email@example.comTel: (028) 2073 1938Fax: (028) 2073 2850 Opening times:Easter - end September: 10am to 6pm dailyOctober - Easter: 10am to 4pm dailyPrices:Adult - £2Children/Seniors – £1Child under 4 - FreeGroup Rate – (10 or over) £1 per person
Mussenden Temple Mussenden Temple is located in the beautiful surroundings of Downhill Demesne near Castlerock in County Londonderry . the Atlantic Ocean on the north-western coast of Northern Ireland, offers spectacular views Contact Details 1 mile west of Castlerock, DownhillCastlerockLondonderryWebsite: www.nationaltrust.org.ukTel: (028) 7084 8567Alt: (028) 2073 1582 Prices: Gift Aid Admission.Ground & Temple:Adult £2.30. Child £1.60. Family £6.20. Group £2.00 per person. Group outside normal hours £4.00 per person. Take a virtual tour of Mussenden Temple and Downhill Demesne.
NEWFORGE HOUSE Cradled in mature gardens and green fields in the village of Magheralin this Georgian Country House, built in 1785 had been restored. The hotel has a lot of activities like golf, fishing, spas and cookery schools etc Directions: From Belfast: M1 West, exit 9, Moira follow 5km. In Magheralin left at Byrne's pub: left after speed limit sign. From Newry: A1 north towards Belfast. Follow c. 30km, exit Dromore onto B2 (Lurgan Road). Continue 8km, take right onto Newforge Road B9. Continue 1km: 200m on right after bridge. GPS Co-Ordinates: Latitude: 54.4619 Longitude: -6.2577 Telf: 028 926 11255
Inside: The rooms Newforge has light and airy reception rooms and six individually designed bedrooms. It combines antique features with modern and contemporary comforts.
The first established Bed & Breakfast in the Bogside area of Derry. Situated in the centre of Derry / Londonderry. it is the ideal accommodation for travellers of all kinds looking to visit and explore this wonderful and historic location. Abbey B&B has a lot of attractions and activities. CLICK HERE Located in Abbey Street (just off William Street) in the heart of Derry City,
Deanes Restaurant36-40 Howard Street Belfast. Tel:+44 (0)28 9033 1134 One ofthe best restaurants in all Northern Ireland, Belfast. You will have a exceptional dining experience in DEANE’S restaurant. Deane’s Restaurant wins Best Restaurant in the Georgina Campbell Guide Awards 2008.
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