Belfast Hills: Experience the Belfast Hills, renowned for providing a unique backdrop to a thriving urban area.
Rathlin Island: The 6 km wide (East to West) and 4 long (North to South) L-shaped is home to a population of about 100. The cliffs on this relatively bare island are impressive, and provide a picturesque view of the surroundings.
Murlough National Nature Reserve: Home to 6000 year old sand dunes, this place is a must see for nature lovers.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge: The place boasts an exhilarating rope bridge experience, and is a must visit for adventure lovers.
Glenariff Forest Park: Glenariff Forest Park is a beautiful and scenic area, situated in County Antrim. The forest park is part of the famous nine ‘Glens of Antrim’.
Transport in Northern Ireland:
The bus service in Belfast, owned by the Northern Ireland Transport Holding Company, is known as the Metro. It operates in 12 corridors.Inter-city buses are provided by private operators. There are separate shuttles to and from Belfast (and Derry) and the airports.
Indian Restaurants in Northern Ireland
Universities in Northern Ireland
University colleges under Queen’s University are:
Climate in Northern Ireland
The climate of Northern Ireland is temperate maritime climate. Northern Ireland is in the north-west of the British isles and sees milder winters and cooler summers than areas further east and south. In winter, the average maximum temperature is between 6.7 and 7.5 degree C, while in summers, the average maximum temperature is between 16.5 and 18.4 degree C