On a tour of the wild Antrim coast, Fergus Shiel braces himself with legend and whiskey.
The flat, granite stone is simply inscribed "PATRIC". Here in the grounds of Down Cathedral, in the town of Downpatrick, 33 kilometres south of Belfast, is the reputed resting place of St Patrick.
Fergus Shiel eats, shops and dances hisway through a perfect day in the reborn northern city.
Northern Ireland's capital has emerged from its destructive past to become a unique and exciting destination.
A personal tour guide can give you a unique introduction to their world - from the grassroots up, writes Jane E. Fraser.
Serenity reigns in the grand gardens of a historic house, writes Christina Pfeiffer.
Fine dining, vibrant night-life and a thriving arts scene - a renewed Belfast is making up for lost time, finds Conor Smyth.
Christina Pfeiffer takes a stroll through history along Derry's famous fortifications.