Ireland’s vibrant cities have a reputation as having some of the friendliest people in the world, top-notch food and drink, ancient history, and exciting contemporary culture. And it’s all true!
It's a great symbol for the new Belfast: confident, modern, imaginative - but still with an eye on history.
County Down's majestic Slieve Donard Hotel is the Northern Irish equivalent of Scotland's Gleneagles.
It's a strange – but very Irish fact – that Belfast boasts not four, but at least five, separate tourism "quarters". One of them is the Titanic quarter.
When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walked in to the Crown Saloon in Belfast recently, they could have been just another couple of tourists on a Belfast food tour.
In this realm of the Seven Kingdoms, you'll find such the realms of Game of Thrones.
Upside down lighthouses and giants dressed as babies: this island is a one-off.