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City Sightseeing Belfast Hop On Hop Off Tour

City Sightseeing Belfast Hop On Hop Off Tour - Belfast, United Kingdom
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Duration: 2 days
Location: Belfast, United Kingdom

From USD
$16.88

With this 2-day ticket aboard an open-top double-decker City Sightseeing bus, you will be able to hop-on and hop-off at any of the 23 tour stops along the route! We'll take you to Belfast's most popular sights, including Wall Murals, Botanic Gardens, City Hall, Albert Clock and much more! With the most wonderful panoramic views from the top-deck of the bus, strategically placed tour stops and our on-board audio commentary, this truly is the best way to see the sights of Belfast!

A city with an infamous history, Belfast has become a lively, friendly and welcoming place, with a rich history and culture.

Customers can choose whether to hop-on and hop-off at any of the 23 tour stops with our flexible bus ticket, or, stay on the tour for the full duration which takes approximately 90 minutes!

Hop-on at Stop 1, Castle Place, to start your Belfast bus tour from the very beginning. On our open-top double-decker bus, passengers will be able to admire the wonderful views from the get go, as the bus approaches the Albert Memorial Clock ... More info ›

With this 2-day ticket aboard an open-top double-decker City Sightseeing bus, you will be able to hop-on and hop-off at any of the 23 tour stops along the route! We'll take you to Belfast's most popular sights, including Wall Murals, Botanic Gardens, City Hall, Albert Clock and much more! With the most wonderful panoramic views from the top-deck of the bus, strategically placed tour stops and our on-board audio commentary, this truly is the best way to see the sights of Belfast!

A city with an infamous history, Belfast has become a lively, friendly and welcoming place, with a rich history and culture.

Customers can choose whether to hop-on and hop-off at any of the 23 tour stops with our flexible bus ticket, or, stay on the tour for the full duration which takes approximately 90 minutes!

Hop-on at Stop 1, Castle Place, to start your Belfast bus tour from the very beginning. On our open-top double-decker bus, passengers will be able to admire the wonderful views from the get go, as the bus approaches the Albert Memorial Clock. The Clock, located in Queen’s Square, is one of Belfast’s’ most famous landmarks since it’s completion in 1869.

Another of Belfast’s most famous attractions is the Titanic Quarter. It is the largest Titanic visitor attraction in the world and won the ‘World’s Leading Tourist Attraction’ in 2014. Hop-off here to explore the many galleries dedicated to the sinking of the famous ship and a detailed overview of how it sank. One of the most amazing activities to do here is to walk the deck of the museum’s reconstruction of the ship!

Belfast also holds the record for the world’s largest indoor market – hop-off at Stop 10 to explore St George’s Market.

To see more of Belfast’s historic side, hop-off at the Shankill Memorial Park at Stop 21 to honour those who died in the Shankill Bombings in 1993. The Cathedral Quarter is another wonderful place to explore the city’s history and beautiful architectures, as well as the Northern Ireland War Memorial.

The tour stops along the route are as follows:

  1. Castle Place
  2. Customs House
  3. Odyssey Arena (SSE)
  4. Titanic Belfast
  5. HMS Caroline
  6. Parliament Buildings
  7. Belmont Road
  8. Hollywood Road
  9. Lower Newtownards Road
  10. St. George’s Market
  11. May Street
  12. Great Victoria Street
  13. Dublin Road
  14. Shaftsbury Square
  15. Queen’s University
  16. Eglantine Avenue
  17. Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich (Café and Tourist Information)
  18. Falls Memorial Garden
  19. International Wall Murals
  20. Spectrum Tourist Information Centre
  21. Shankill Memorial Garden
  22. Crumlin Road
  23. Donegal Street-Cathedral Quarter and St. Anne’s Cathedral

Passengers can hop on and hop off at any of these 23 tour stops.

Don't forget, as you travel on our City Sightseeing bus to take full advantage of our brilliant audio commentary, available in English, Spanish, German, Italian, French and Chinese. 

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Antrim Coast and Glens 8 Day Self Guided Hike

Antrim Coast and Glens 8 Day Self Guided Hike - Broughshane, United Kingdom

Duration: 8 days
Location: Broughshane, United Kingdom

From USD
$883.54

The Antrim Coast and Glens Hike explores one of the most beautiful sections of Ireland’s east coast. Boasting the fabulous Glens of Antrim, the Giant’s Causeway, fantastic castles & beautiful beaches – to say nothing of a wonderful distillery – it is a place that is a pleasure to discover. We are delighted to re-introduce our hike holidays in this region with our refreshed Route Notes & research to give you 2 holidays to choose from at amazing introductory prices. The Moyle Way & The Causeway Coast Way.

Day 1: Arrive in Broughshane or Larne - You begin your holiday on the first evening in either in Larne or Broughshane – depending on accommodation availability ... More info ›

The Antrim Coast and Glens Hike explores one of the most beautiful sections of Ireland’s east coast. Boasting the fabulous Glens of Antrim, the Giant’s Causeway, fantastic castles & beautiful beaches – to say nothing of a wonderful distillery – it is a place that is a pleasure to discover. We are delighted to re-introduce our hike holidays in this region with our refreshed Route Notes & research to give you 2 holidays to choose from at amazing introductory prices. The Moyle Way & The Causeway Coast Way.

Day 1: Arrive in Broughshane or Larne - You begin your holiday on the first evening in either in Larne or Broughshane – depending on accommodation availability. On arrival you will receive you information pack containing all your maps & route notes for your trip.
Day 2: Hike the Shillanavoghy Valley - After a hearty breakfast you will be transferred to Ballyboley Forest. From here you will travel west in the shadow of Slemish Mountain. On arrival to the end of your hike you will be transferred back to Broughshane/ Larne for your overnight.
Walk Details: Distance: 16kms. Duration: 5hours. 
Day 3: Ballyboley to Glenarm -Today you will travel back to Ballyboley Forest to start your walk. You will hike North, with the route starting with a gentle climb as we contour around Agnews Hill, continuing along to the Sallagh Braes. From here you will follow the Ulster Way north along a beautiful ridgeline, until you descend into the quaint village of Glenarmm. Overnght in Cushendall. 
Walk Details: Distance: 20kms. Duration: 6hours. 
Day 4: Orrabeg to Ballycastle - Today you return to Orra Beg and head north for Ballycastle. The final part of today’s walk takes you into Ballycastle Forest where you descend along a good forest path into Ballycastle. Overnight at Ballycastle.
Walk Details: Distance: 17kms. Duration: 5.5hours. 
Day 5: Fair Head Loop - This hike takes you around the magnificent coastal route of Murlough and Fair Head. The path hugs the coast with dramatic cliff drops. If it is a misty day with poor visibility there are several looped walks from the car park at Fair Head Farm that can be enjoyed instead. Overnight in Ballycastle. 
Walk Details: Distance: 8kms. Duration: 4 hours. 
Day 6: Larrybane to Giants Causeway - The best coastal walk in Ireland – bar none! Varied geology, views across to Scotland, cliff and beach walks, the Giant’s Causeway and Ireland’s smallest church are all to be found on today’s route.
Walk Details: Distance: 18 kms. Duration: 6 hours. 
Day 7: Portballintrae to Portstewart - Your final day’s walk begins on the coastal road to Portrush passing Magheracross viewpoint and Dunluce Castle, perched precariously high on a promontory overlooking the sea. Your walk continues along Mill Strand (beach) and then, following the Causeway markers, the route continues along the coastline, ending at the promenade in Portstewart. Overnight at Portstewart.
Walk Details: Distance: 18 kms. Duration: 6 hours. 
Day 8: Departure - After a final breakfast and farewell in Portstewart you commence your homeward journey.

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Game of Thrones Westeros Way 8 Day Tour

Game of Thrones Westeros Way 8 Day Tour - Belfast, United Kingdom

Duration: 8 days
Location: Belfast, United Kingdom

From USD
$1073.46

Game of Thrones – the record breaking HBO series – needs no introduction. The series has been filmed in numerous locations worldwide, such as Croatia, Spain & Iceland, but some of the most iconic scenes we filmed right here in Ireland, in Antrim.
Our new self guided Westeros Way tour will take you to some of these iconic locations, with the added bonus of exploring part of Irelands most spectacular walks through the Antrim Glen and along the Northern Coast ... More info ›

Game of Thrones – the record breaking HBO series – needs no introduction. The series has been filmed in numerous locations worldwide, such as Croatia, Spain & Iceland, but some of the most iconic scenes we filmed right here in Ireland, in Antrim.
Our new self guided Westeros Way tour will take you to some of these iconic locations, with the added bonus of exploring part of Irelands most spectacular walks through the Antrim Glen and along the Northern Coast. The tour starts with a bus tour south to County Down, taking you to Carlingford Lough and to Mourne Mountains to the Winterfell Experience & Tollymore Forest (where the Starks found their direwolves). Your hiking then starts on Day 3, travelling North towards Larne with a hike through the Dothraki Sea in the Antrim Glens. The next 4 days hikes take you North along the coast, with these routes taking you to Winterfell, Melisandre’s Cave, the Iron Islands, Castle Greyjoy & more.

Day 1: Arrive in Belfast - You begin your holiday on arrival to your accommodation in Belfast. If you arrive early you can use this time to take a Black Taxi Tour of the city, visit the Titanic experience or the Botanic Gardens.
Day 2: Game of Thrones Bus Tour and Winterfell Experience - Today you will travel South from Belfast on a bus tour exploring some of the locations located around Carlingford Lough & the Mourne Mountains. Overnight in Belfast.
Walk Details: The tour will include two treks, totalling 6km during the day. 
Day 3: Dothraki Sea in the Glens of Antrim
- As you travel east towards Larne you will pass along a section of the Antrim Way, Shillanavoghy Valley, which is know to Game of Thrones fans as the Dothraki Sea. Overnight in Larne. 
Walk Details:  Distance: 16kms.  Duration: 5hours.  
Day 4: Harrenhall & Winterfell - 
You will hike North, with the route starting with a gentle climb as we contour around Agnews Hill, continuing along to the Sallagh Braes. From here you will follow the Ulster Way north along a beautiful ridgeline, until you descend into the quaint village of Glenarmm. Overnight in Cushendall. 
Walk Details: Distance: 20kms. Duration: 6hours. 
D ay 5:   Melisandre's Cave, Renly's Camp, Road to Pike & The Stormlands: En route to Ballycastle, your driver will stop at Cushendun to allow you visit Cushendun Caves, where Melisandre gave birth to the dark spirit. After you see the caves you will be transferred to Murlough Car Park to start your walk on Fairhead. More importantly though you will follow in the footsteps of King Renly, visiting his Camp at Murlough Bay. Overnight in Ballycastle. 
Walk Details: Distance: 12kms. Duration: 3hours. 
Day 6: Iron Islands and Giants Causeway - Walk the world famous Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge – the scene of Balon Greyjoy’s death . As you continue west, you will come to the Giants Causeway, which may not have appeared in the show yet, but has to be visited on any trip to the Northern Coast. Bushmills for your overnight. 
Walk Details: Distance: 18kms. Duration: 4.5hours. 
Day 7: Castle Greyjoy and Coast of Dorne - Not long after starting off you will come to Castle Greyjoy (Dunluce Castle), the first of your iconic locations today. At the end of your hike, along this stunning coastline, you will come to Portstewart Promenade.
Walk Details: Distance: 19 kms 
Day 8: Departure - Following a hearty breakfast you will bid farewell to the North, getting the bus south to Belfast for your return home, be it by plane, ship or Dragon!

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Belfast Shore Excursion: Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Belfast Shore Excursion: Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge - Belfast, United Kingdom
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Belfast, United Kingdom

From USD
$33.76

The Causeway Express tour will cover Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge, The Giants Causeway, and The Game of Thrones site, The Dark Hedges. 

Please note some stops are time dependent, so the bus driver will give you a set time to return to the bus. This is to ensure everything runs smoothly and everyone gets the same amount of time at each destination.

There will be a small fee to pay to cross the Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge, but this is optional ... More info ›

The Causeway Express tour will cover Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge, The Giants Causeway, and The Game of Thrones site, The Dark Hedges. 

Please note some stops are time dependent, so the bus driver will give you a set time to return to the bus. This is to ensure everything runs smoothly and everyone gets the same amount of time at each destination.

There will be a small fee to pay to cross the Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge, but this is optional. The price for this will be £6.00 per person.

The Causeway Express tour will cover:

Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge - The bridge links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrick-a-rede. It spans 20 metres and is 30 metres above the rocks below.

There will be a small fee to pay to cross the bridge, but this is optional. The price for this will be £6.00 per person.

 The Giants Causeway - An area of around 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption, the stones are one of Northern Irelands most famous landmarks, a must see!

Last, but not least, The Dark Hedges - Romantic, atmospheric, tunnel-like avenue of intertwined beech trees, planted in the 18th-century. This attraction was used to film some parts of the world famous TV show 'The Game Of Thrones.'

Please note some stops are time dependent, so the bus driver will give you a set time to return to the bus. This is to ensure everything runs smoothly and everyone gets the same amount of time at each destination.

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Belfast Mural Tour

Belfast Mural Tour - Belfast, United Kingdom
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Belfast, United Kingdom

From USD
$36.46

A unique and riveting journey into the most recent conflict in Irish history, Belfast mural tours is a transport based tour with ample opportunities to stop, exit the vehicle, and take amazing photographs of the worlds largest outdoor art gallery.  Accompanied by a local, certified guide our tour delves into the stories behind each mural, exploring the people, neighborhoods, and history of each one ... More info ›

A unique and riveting journey into the most recent conflict in Irish history, Belfast mural tours is a transport based tour with ample opportunities to stop, exit the vehicle, and take amazing photographs of the worlds largest outdoor art gallery.  Accompanied by a local, certified guide our tour delves into the stories behind each mural, exploring the people, neighborhoods, and history of each one. Standard tours are 1.5 hours in duration but may be extended on request. Pickup and return to your city center hotel is included.

This is a personal guided tour around the famous Belfast murals. Painted by ex-prisoners from both sides of the community, these murals tell individual stories of conflict, community strife, civil rights and unrest, stories of inspiration, prison protests and much more.

Your guide, using local knowledge, will relate stories to you in an understand format, using photographs/video from the 1960s onward depicting the neighborhoods you will visit. You can almost feel the atmosphere as you stand at the exact spots these events took place on over fifty years later in the present.

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Small Group Giant's Causeway Day Tour from Belfast

Small Group Giant's Causeway Day Tour from Belfast - Belfast, United Kingdom
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Belfast, United Kingdom

From USD
$533.35

The Giant's Causeway is a UNESCO world heritage site. It is a stunning natural phenomenon, the effects of a volcanic eruption over 60 million years ago ... More info ›

The Giant's Causeway is a UNESCO world heritage site. It is a stunning natural phenomenon, the effects of a volcanic eruption over 60 million years ago. The Antrim coastal drive beforehand is now known as the "8th wonder of the world". Take in the scenery, before enjoying this natural beauty, also visited in this area is the carrick a rede rope bridge, Dunluce castle, the dark hedges, ballintoy harbour, on return to Belfast, the guide will enthrall you with the stories of the famous Belfast murals.

Your tour departs at 9:30am, take in the incredible scenery along the Antrim Coast Road. Traveling in a smaller group ensures you can maximize your time at each attraction. Locations visit on your tour are: Whitepark Bay (photo stop), Ballintoy Harbour, Dark hedges, Dunluce Castle, The Giant's Causeway. Enjoy crossing the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and see the Belfast murals.

Dunluce Castle: This stop is a photo opportunity at Dunluce Castle. This now ruined medieval castle sits perched on the edge of a basalt cliff and is one of the most picturesque castles anywhere in Ireland.

Giant' s Causeway: the Giants Causeway is the only world heritage site in Ireland. During our stop here you can spend time climbing over the ancient stones, snapping photos and reflecting on the myths and legends of this very unique area.

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge: visit the amazing Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge – where you can of course cross the bridge which spans a chasm over 75ft in height. The lovely coastal path provides a spectacular walk with stunning sea and cliff views. There is a small charge to cross the bridge (own expense).

All that then remains to be done is to sit back and relax on the comfortable journey back to Belfast where you will visit the famous Belfast murals.

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