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Join us on a holiday to Northern Ireland

From spectacular scenery and captivating history to colourful street art and a thriving culinary scene, holidays in Northern Ireland offer new discoveries in abundance.

 In spite of this, this beautiful part of the United Kingdom remains something of a hidden gem. Wild, unspoilt scenery is one of its biggest draws, with serene spots like remote Tory Island and the glacial fjord of Lough Swilly waiting to be explored. The Antrim Coast is home to miles of beaches complete with traditional arcades, while the enchanting Giant’s Causeway never fails to delight visitors from far and wide. 

Northern Ireland doesn't just offer beautiful rolling countryside, however. Its cities are vibrant and welcoming, with a wide variety of things to do and see. Belfast is full of history, from its industrial past and the birthplace of the Titanic to the more recent Troubles. With grand architecture, a thriving arts scene and plenty of great dining options, it's well deserving of its status as Northern Ireland's capital. Londonderry, meanwhile, is home to medieval relics, a fantastic museum and offers easy access to the gorgeous County Donegal and Glenveagh National Park. Be it solo adventures or city-based short breaks, Northern Ireland holidays are full of discovery.

Belfast & the Titanic Experience
No single supplement
  • 4.52 (1087 reviews)
  • Ireland, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, British Isles
  • 2 excursions included
  • 3 meals included
  • Visit the spectacular Titanic Belfast exhibition
  • Enjoy a fascinating guided tour of Belfast's major landmarks
  • The chance to join an optional tour of the Antrim Coast and visit the extraordinary Giant's Causeway
    • Flights Included
  • 4 days from £455pp
  • was £505pp
  • 11 airports
  • 30 dates available
  • Jul 2024 - Dec 2025
Donegal & the Giant's Causeway
  • 4.36 (716 reviews)
  • Ireland, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, British Isles
  • 4 excursions included
  • 8 meals included
  • Journey to the Giant's Causeway
  • Visit the beautiful Glenveagh National Park with a guided tour of Glenveagh Castle
  • Set off on a scenic drive along the Wild Atlantic Way
    • Flights Included
  • 6 days from £816pp
  • was £959pp
  • 11 airports
  • 15 dates available
  • Jun 2024 - Oct 2025
Belfast & the Titanic Experience - 5 days
  • 4.52 (1087 reviews)
  • Ireland, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, British Isles
  • 3 excursions included
  • 4 meals included
  • Visit the spectacular Titanic Belfast exhibition
  • Entrance to the infamous Crumlin Road Gaol with included Matron’s High Tea
  • Enjoy a fascinating guided tour of Belfast's major landmarks
    • Flights Included
  • 5 days from £549pp
  • was £645pp
  • 12 airports
  • 32 dates available
  • Jul 2024 - Dec 2025

Things to see in Northern Ireland

To give you a nudge in the right direction, we’ve put our heads together to come up with some of Northern Ireland's most striking sites to experience on a UK tour. 

Northern Ireland tour highlights

Things to see and places to visit on your Northern Ireland holiday.

Things to do in Northern Ireland

From exploring the past of the Titanic, to exploring the country's oldest cathedrals, a trip to Northern Ireland is a fascinating trip back in time. Here are some must-do things.

Food and drink in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland trips provide ample opportunities to sample the area's traditional food and drink.

The region is best known for producing high-quality cheese, beef, whiskey, and seafood. Indeed, Lough Neagh is home to the biggest wild glass eel fishery in Europe. When it comes to local favourites, you'll find unpretentious but tasty and filling meals such as stews made with beef or lamb, pasties, and boxty; a traditional potato pancake.

A visit to a cosy traditional pub is the perfect way to refuel after a day of sightseeing on a walking tour. Enjoy hearty local fare and live music at 17th-century Grace Neill's in Donaghadee, or The Crosskeys in Lough Neagh, said to be Ireland’s oldest thatched pub.

For foodies visiting Belfast, a wander around St George's Market, home to delicious artisanal products and local fare, is a must-do.


Northern Ireland Tours for Solo Travellers

Be inspired to travel solo. Newmarket Holidays welcomes solo travellers on all our group tours. In fact, many of our customers choose to join our tours on their own. And the best part is: you won’t really be alone. With a group of like-minded travellers and a friendly, informative tour manager (as well as incredible locals all over the world!), you will love your holiday experience. Joining a tour as a solo traveller is also a guaranteed way to feel safe and confident when travelling alone. While you can join any of our regular tours on your own, we also have a range of tours designed exclusively for solo travellers.

Northern Ireland FAQs

First trip to Northern Ireland? We're here to answer any questions you might have.

  • When compared to other UK travel destinations, Northern Ireland is less expensive, but believe it or not, the average cost of a pint is higher than the UK average.

  • Many airlines fly direct to Northern Ireland from mainland UK. The flight time is around 1.5 hours.

  • Northern Ireland takes up around one-sixth of the entire island of Ireland, so it’s relatively small at 5,460 square miles.

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