Meet good looking women in Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland is a part of United Kingdom, that shares with Ireland Republic a border on the south and the west. Northern Ireland works together with the Republic of Ireland in some areas, trying that the two as one to resolve disagreements between the two governments. Northern Ireland took birth in 1921, when Ireland was partitioned between Southern Ireland and Northern Ireland by an act eliberated of the British parliament. Northern Ireland was the most industrialized region of Ireland, and in time it had a significant increase in the tourism area because of the investments and business from around the world.
When it comes to tourism, Northern Ireland it has a lot to give. It’s a place perfect for couples to come and visit if they want to have a wonderful holiday, with many things to tell about when they return back home, and also if you are a single man here you can meet good looking women. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum is about 15 minutes drive from Belfast city center. The museum is built in a way that shows you the life from over 100 years ago in Ulster. The design of the museum includes working farms, cottages, rural schools, village shops and also more then 100 acres of land to explore into the park. In the Transport Museum there are collections of fire engines, horse drawn carriages, motorbikes, vintage cars and you can even clamber abroad steam locomotives. You have to agree that a visit like this really makes your day.
You must go and visit Carrickfergus Castle, one of the most well preserved medieval structure from Ireland. Situated near the shore, this castle is here for over eight centuries, looking like a really dominating fortress. You can find it about 20 minutes drive from Belfast in the port of Carrickfergus. You can explore it entirely and for that you can even take some tour guides from the visitor centre that is especially made for people that come to see it. Titanic Quarter is the world’s largest urban waterfront regeneration, where you can live the Titanic experience by finding out all about it, discover how it was build and how much passion it was put in he process. The tour is made by the journalist Susie Miller that is family to one of the people that actually took part at the construction of the real Titanic. What can be more fabulous than that?
And for a romantic night don’t hesitate to go to the Waterfront Hall, a key venue of Belfast's Festival at Queen's and for many concerts given by the Ulster Orchestra. Is an arts and entertainment center that has a variety of facilities to offer, hosting events and also exhibitions. Nowadays, Waterfront Hall is one of the world’s leading conference centers and also a top destination for many national and international performers.
STATE: United Kingdom
CALLING CODE: 0044
AIRPORTS: Belfast International
ATTRACTIONS: The Causeway Coast, Ulster Museum, The Glens of Antrim, Tollymore Forest Park, Carrickfergus Castle, Grand Opera House, Ards Peninsula, Waterfront Hall, Cavehill, Mussenden Temple, Botanic Gardens