Previously we looked at Northern Ireland as a relatively young province, and how its people now often describe themselves as Northern Irish. Let’s look a little bit more into what makes this province special.
Many English learners dream to visit London, they think of the iconic landmarks, the hustle and bustle, the culture, the language, and it’s thrilling for them. I’ve been to London a few times myself, and I can certainly see the appeal, but I also want to recommend somewhere a little different and less well known to you — Northern Ireland.
How to get there.
You can travel to Northern Ireland from Great Britain by plane or by ferry. The plane is quick, only about an hour, but the ferry is much more of an adventure, and you will have a chance to see and delight in the beautiful Irish Sea and the views it offers.
What there is to see.
In Northern Ireland, you can see The Giant’s Causeway, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site popular with tourists. The nearby Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge will test your head for heights. There is a world class Titanic museum in Belfast in the dock where the ship was built, several good castles to choose from in the area, and the magnificent Mourne Mountains for some moderate hiking and glorious vistas.
Why not improve your English with the aim of visiting a less-common and less explored part of the English-speaking world?
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