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Northern Ireland entertainment is captured in so many ways. On one hand you have the buzzing nightlife in the cities of Belfast and Londonderry and on the other you have the tranquil scenery of the countryside.There’s lots things to do because it’s one of the most diverse and also cultured countries in the world. It’s steeped in history and the people are very friendly and welcoming. It really is a great place to come for a city break or long holiday.
Apart from the mainstream entertainment, you can take part in a variety of other activies such as, fishing, golf, cycling, walking, etc.
There is something for everyone. Young or old, male or female. If you enjoy doing it, Northern Ireland is bound to have it! Do you like the theatre? Nearly every large town in the province has a superb theatre and theatre company. Northern Ireland is also a popular stop for touring West End musicals, drama and dance hits.
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|Fishing in Northern Ireland is something that you can do all year round. There is plenty of variety no matter what discipline you are passionate about.There is excellent Course fishing in Lough Erne, Fermanagh and the Upper Bann River area. There are also many coastal areas offering Sea fishing trips if you like getting out in the fresh sea air.
If you are into Fly fishing, there are many fisheries in Northern Ireland offering Salmon and Brown Trout. You also have access to the many reservoirs scattered around the province. Most are populated with various species of fish.
Cycling in Northern Ireland. If you are staying in the Belfast area, why not try a sight seeing tour with Belfast City Bike Tours. They offer a safe and informative tour of 30 different points of interest throughout Belfast.
Walking in Northern Ireland
If you live in Northern Ireland, with all these superb activities on your doorstep, why would you want to go anywhere else?
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