Are you considering relocating to Northern Ireland? Filled with hidden gems and unmissable sites, there is so much on offer. A country full of welcoming people and scenic adventure, Northern Ireland is a beautiful place to live. Below we have accumulated a few reasons why you should consider moving to Northern Ireland for work.

Things to do:

From touring the filming locations of Game of Thrones to hiking the Causeway Coastal Route, there will be plenty for you to do in Northern Ireland no matter your interests.

Carrickfergus Castle

Carrickfergus Castle is considered to be the best-preserved medieval castle located on the shore of Belfast Lough. The castle has been used for over 800 years in military occupation and holds a wealth of historical content.

Game of Thrones tour

Experience the real film locations with a variety of tours across Northern Ireland.  See the mysterious dark hedges, the Iron Island beach, and the Stormlands cave where Melisandre gives birth to a dark spirit.

The Giant’s causeway 

Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and a view of dramatic cliffs, the Giant’s Causeway is a great place to visit if you fancy a walk surrounded by a superb landscape.

The old Bushmills distillery  

Head to the world’s oldest whiskey distillery where they have been handcrafting whiskey for over 400 years. Tour the grounds and distillery to find out how they create their triple-distilled single malt whiskey.

Titanic Belfast

Visit the museum of the birthplace of the ‘world’s most famous shipwreck’ to hear the story of Titanic from her conception, through to her subsequent place in history.

Transport links in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland have a major public transport infostructure and in 2021-22, there was 59.3 million public transport journeys made within Northern Ireland.  You can travel by train and bus via TransLink which connects all the major cities from as little as £4.70 a day. If you would like to travel around Belfast City on a bike, they are available to hire from over 30 docking stations across the City Centre.

When traveling from London to Belfast by plane, it will take roughly 1 hour 15 minutes.  There are flights out of all the major UK airports and tickets can be picked up from as little as £22.

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