In the historical county of Armagh in Northern Ireland lie some of Ireland's most fascinating sights. The historic capital of Ulster, Armagh is additionally know as the City of St. Patrick, and was the birthplace of Brian Boru in addition to being the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland.
Modern Armagh now provides the tourist a whole host of places of interest from ancient sites to energetic pubs. Step beyond the city and you'll enter into Orchard County - a marvelous vicinity filled with acres and acres of apple trees, that blossom a amazing shade of pink.
County Armagh is additionally packed with National Trust properties, kids' attractions, museums, country parks and cultural events.