Belfast (Northern Ireland), United Kingdom
Belfast is the largest city in Northern Ireland, situated at the mouth of the River Lagan and is surrounded by mountains. Belfast had been and remains the industrial and financial center of Northern Ireland, with a high level in fields such as the arts, higher education and business. It is a green city with many Parks and Gardens. Don't miss the top city's attraction, the Belfast Zoo, with animals in danger in their natural environment.
Dun Laoghaire, Ireland
Dun Laoghaire is a town on the east coast of Ireland, about s11km south of the capital Dublin. Iis a splendid harbour and the town is surrounded by spectacular rolling hills. Its easy access to Dublin city and transport links nationwide makes it an ideal place to begin or end your journey through the Emerald Isle. Dun Laoghaire has always been a 'Gateway to Ireland' and gets its name from the Irish translation Fort (Dun) of Laoghaire. It was once the seat of King Laoghaire, the ancient High King of Ireland before the Vikings sailed from Scandinavia and established themselves in Dublin.
The town centre offers a number of good places to eat a theatre and a cinema.There are a range of places for the visitor to stay and Holyhead is often used as an overnight stop on the way to,or from,holidaying in Ireland as a centre for touring the island of Anglesey itself.Around Holyhead there is excellent fishing,golfing and of course sailing facilities.Couple this with the wonderful scenery walks and beaches and you can easily lose yourself and relax for a few days.
Douglas, Isle of Man, United Kingdom
Douglas is the capital town of the Isle of Man, situated in the British Isles. The estuary of the River Douglas covers the commercial port of the town, while the Douglas Bay offers superb view to visitors. The best places to visit considered to be some of the following:
i) the Tower of Refuge, a small castle built in Douglas Bay as a haven to shipwrecked sailors,
ii) the Peel Castle, located on St. Patrick's Isle,
iii) the Manx Museum, that also contains the National Art Collection,
iv) the Jubilee clock, built in 1887.
Douglas also hosts the annual Isle of Man TT motorcycle races.
Kirkwall, United Kingdom
Kirkwall is the capital and administrative center of Orkney. It was founded around 1035 by the Vikings and the original city is one of the best preserved examples of an ancient Norwegian town. Its name comes from the old Norwegian dialect which means "church-Bay" and refers to a very old church.Explore the main street, visit the shops with the unique handicrafts and the cozy cafe.
Paris (Le Havre), France
At the mouth of the river Seine you will find Le Havre, a French port that will amaze you once you set your foot in it. It is said that from here one can listen Paris and see the coast of Normandy.
Reykjavik is a perfect town, with plenty of room, clean air, vibrant culture and beautiful environment. The southernmost capital of the world has it all. To enrich your knowledge of the Norwegian and Icelandic culture, visit the National Museum and the wooden buildings of the old city of Reykjavik. Afterwards leave the city behind and drive across landscapes of fire, ice and geysers to indulge in spas, that steam gushes.Don't miss such an ethereal experience.
Cork,( Ringaskiddy), Ireland
Cork is one of the liveliest cities in Ireland. A fishing village with centuries-old traditions in Gaelic games and drama. Rigaskindi has been transformed into a modern deep-water port, providing easy access to the beautiful sites of Cork and Kerry via a fast-growing road network.
Ullapool is a small town in Scotland. Despite its small size it is the largest settlement for many miles around and a major tourist destination of Scotland. The city has a strong reputation as a centre for music, the arts and performance.