With ever changing times, every county in Northern Ireland is becoming more and more tourism friendly, so if you don’t fall into the category of someone who’s tracing their heritage back to Northern Ireland, you’ll still be welcomed with a warm smile no matter what. Take Co. Fermanagh for instance, this county’s synonymous for its lakes and small islands which all can be found a short distance from the town of Enniskillen. I haven’t been to a county in the north or the south of Ireland that hasn’t had something to offer tourism wise. Ok, it can be argued that there are some counties that are more tourism related than others, but you’ll see as you make your way through this book, we at Top 100 Attractions, have found attractions and places to visit within every county, some more than others. County Fermanagh has a number of historic homes, mainly ran by Northern Ireland’s arm of the National Trust and I loved visiting each and every one of them. Although not individually endorsed, you’ll find them on the National Trusts website including Marble Arch Caves, which believe me, are always worth a visit. County Fermanagh also borders quite closely the County of Sligo and within a short drive, you can hop over the border and see all the sites on offer and still be back to your hotel in time for dinner, such is the magic of visiting Northern Ireland, nowhere is that hard to get to. Although public transport isn’t that bad in this county, if you want my advice, get yourself a hired car, complete with sat nav or by using your own Google maps, you’ll be able to get anywhere without any trouble and likewise with hotels, all are quite reasonably priced when using price comparison websites.