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Day 1 – Belfast :
Greeting on arrival in Belfast Airport from your personal Guide. Depart for the Titanic Quarter of the city and follow the ‘Titanic Trail’, which takes visitors through the history of shipbuilding in Belfast and the story of the firm which built Titanic, Harland and Wolff. Visit the iconic Titanic Belfast centre opened in 2012 on the centenary of her maiden voyage. Enjoy the world's only authentic Titanic Boat Tour around the shipyards of Harland & Wolff. Late afternoon check in to your city centre hotel.Overnight Belfast
Day 2 – Glens of Antrim :
After breakfast travel through the beautiful Glens of Antrim. This is a unique area where visitors enjoy many variations in the natural landscape including valleys, beaches, cliffs, plateaus, wooded glens, waterfalls and picturesque villages. Glenariff, the "Queen of the Glens", hosts the spectacular Glenariff Forest Park where there is time set aside to enjoy the spectacular Waterfall Walkway which passes through a National Nature Reserve. Onwards then to the unforgettable and unmistakable Giant’s Causeway, which was formed more than 60 million years ago. The Causeway is designated as a UNESCO world heritage site and a new multimedia Visitor Centre opened in 2012 explores the major themes of mythology, geology, landscape, ecology, culture and social history associated with the Giant’s Causeway. Return to Belfast with evening free to explore the city’s restaurants and bars.
Day 3 – County Down & Saint Patrick’s Country :
Today we travel south to County Down along the scenic coast of Strangford Lough. On route visit Mount Stewart House and Gardens, the grounds of which encompass one of the greatest gardens on the island of Ireland and which boast dramatic views across Strangford Lough. At the foot of the Ards Peninsula enjoy a short ferryboat crossing to the picturesque village of Strangford and travel towards Downpatrick to the Saint Patrick Centre, an interpretative exhibition which tells the fascinating story of Ireland's Patron Saint.
Day 4 – Farewell :
After a final breakfast visit Queen’s University established in 1845 by Queen Victoria. One of the iconic buildings of Belfast’s skyline, Queen’s boasts some of the finest architecture in the North. Onwards then to Irish Linen Centre in Lisburn. The Flax to Fabric Exhibition begins in Lisburn's 17th century market house and tells the story of the Irish Linen industry, with skilled demonstrations of hand spinning and handloom weaving and a display of historic linen treasures. Afternoon transfer to the Airport for departure flight home.
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