It’s been 20 years since the troubles officially ended in Belfast, but the divisions in the city are still clear for everyone to see.
The tragedy of Titanic’s sinking was felt across the world but, in Belfast, the city lost the child it had created. Belfast remembers in a new memorial.
Some people would have you believe the Giant’s Causeway was formed by molten basalt but the story of the two fighting giants is much more fun!
If you have ever wanted to experience the Game of Thrones world for yourself, a road trip around Belfast can get you to some of the sets used in the show.
In a city with music in its soul, it’s only appropriate that a music festival of evening concerts runs all week long.
At the very top of Northern Ireland is the country’s only inhabited island. Just 120 people live there – so why am I visiting it?