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    Belfast is a city reborn, where old merges with new, a booming retail center with a rich and historic Victorian streetscape

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    The scenic Ards Peninsula offers tranquility, rural landscapes and pretty seaside towns and villages

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    Fermanagh offers stunning lakeland scenery and an abundance of castles. The twin lakes of Lough Erne cover one-third of Fermanagh

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    About an hour’s drive from Fermanagh is the Ulster-American Folk Park, where you can appreciate a living history experience

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    Few places can boast a greater sweep of history and culture than ancient Derry, one of the few completely walled cities still standing in Europe

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    Derry is a stone’s throw from picturesque County Donegal. The northernmost county in Ireland, Donegal is bounded by 120 miles of Atlantic coastline and the most beautiful golden beaches in Ireland

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    Finally make your way through scenic Antrim, where you can visit the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, which goes across to tiny Carrick Island. Some 250,000 tourists cross the bridge each year which is taken down each winter and stored from about October/November to March

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