Most Northern Ireland trips visit the vibrant capital of Belfast, where you might stop by a lively pub or visit Queen's University and Belfast Castle. The Titanic was constructed in this city, and some museum exhibits pay tribute to the historic ship. Other highlights include the Belleek pottery factory, where fine Parian china is created; the Old Bushmills Distillery, the world's oldest whiskey distillery and licensed in 1608; and the ruins of Dunluce Castle atop the dramatic seaside cliffs of County Antrim.
The legendary Giant's Causeway, formed from ancient volcanic activity, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The geological wonder consists of some 40,000 basalt columns jutting out to sea.