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Summer breaks in Belfast

Sightseeing Tours

There is an array of places to see and things to do in Belfast.

From casual walking tours through to personalised taxi tours and hop on-and-off bus sightseeing tours, explore the city and its surroundings and learn the colorful history of Belfast. Immerse yourself in the beautiful landmarks where Game of Thrones was filmed. Let yourself be taken in an adventure along the sea cliffs, rocky beaches and into the caves and medieval ruins.

The Giant’s Causeway

The Giant’s Causeway, a famous landmark and Ireland’s first Unesco World Heritage Site is very distinctive. It is the aftermath of a volcanic eruption some 60 million years ago that helped shape the rocks into its unique shape. Explore the different stone foundations while soaking in the amazing history. Be brave and cross the legendary rope bridge “Carrick-a-Rede”, where is best not to look down.

Titanic Belfast

You must not miss the Titanic Belfast, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the north of Ireland, and located right in the heart of Belfast. Explore the very details of its construction and launch to its first and only voyage and unfortunate end. Experience the story of the Titanic in an innovative and interactive way.

Crumlin Road Gaol

The Crumlin Road Gaol dates back to 1845, it was a working prison for 150 years until 1996 when it closed its doors. After extensive renovations, the Gaol has re-opened as a visitor’s attraction. The tour will guide you through its extensive history. The tour allows you to explore areas such as the tunnel which links to the courthouse, the holding cells and hanging cells, governor’s office, the C-wing, central circle, hospital and graveyard.

Paddy’s Black Taxi Tour

Paddy’s Black Taxi Tour is a great way to see the city of Belfast. Your own personal tour guide will bring you through the political tour of west Belfast and you will visit the famous Catholic and Protestant wall murals which tell the story of Belfast’s troubled history.


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