Standing at the edge of Malin Head, the most northerly tip of the island of Ireland, it is easy to see why Star Wars location scouts picked this spot to feature in Star Wars: The Last Jedi – the raw power of nature here can almost be overwhelming, but is always awe-inspiring…
Have you been to the historic epicentre of royal life in Ireland? The Hill of Tara, or Teamhair na Rí (Hill of the Kings) was not only the place of coronation for 142 kings of Ireland, but was also believed to be a sacred dwelling for the gods and an entrance to the otherworld! The views from atop the Hill of Tara are certainly otherworld-like… and fit for a king or queen! 👑
Sure, we are known for our 40 shades of green, but a visit to the limestone paradise of the Burren is another vision in itself – bursting with wildlife, this Special Area of Conservation is a treat for the eyes as they take in the hundreds of native plant species peeking out between the rocks 🌼 Who here has just added the Burren to their bucket list?
Having opened its doors in 1906, Belfast City Hall has long been a source of pride for the people of Belfast! The beauty of the building can largely be attributed to the man behind the ambitious build, Viscount William Pirrie, who is credited with having the idea not only for the design of Belfast City Hall, but also for the famous ocean liner, the Titanic! With many of the same workmen having worked on the two projects, take a look inside City Hall and you’ll get an insight into the lounges and suites of the Titanic.