A corner of the British Isles with rugged but beautiful landscapes. Northern Ireland’s cultural and natural attractions attract many tourists, but the unusual and mystical places also receive a lot of attention. The natural monument “The Road of Giants” has many ancient legends, and the corridors of Crumlin Road prison are haunted by ghosts, the souls of prisoners who died many years ago.
In addition to the ancient castles, which saturate many European countries, it is worth visiting places characteristic only for Ireland. Belfast is the city where the famous Titanic was built. Now on the site of the old shipyard there is a museum. The Bushmills Distillery, the first in the world to produce the famous Irish drink, is a must-visit.