Belfast Northern Ireland Tours
Tour and explore the streets of Belfast, as you immerse yourself in the rich heritage, history and culture of Northern Ireland - from the city’s founding to its cultural renaissance.
Historical Pub Tour of Belfast - Uniquely Belfast Tour
Get to know the real Belfast from an open-topped bus, or for a more intimate introduction, take a black taxi tour. Either way, you’re guaranteed fascinating stories, local wit and a chance to get to know the friendly locals. Belfast’s political murals, the famous peace-line, the Titanic Quarter, and Queen’s University, will come alive in the running commentary on this uniquely Belfast tour.
Belfast’s Historic Walking Tour
Take a guided walking tour of Belfast and experience its sights, sounds and atmosphere on foot. Stroll the charming streets of Belfast and immerse yourself in 300 fascinating years of history on the Historic Walking Tour. Savour architectural gems as you explore the city’s humble origins and follow the original 1660’s street layout. Starting at the magnificent City Hall, a symbol of Belfast’s Victorian greatness, you’ll continue down Donegall Place to Castle Lane, the original home of the Donegalls before they moved to Belfast Castle at Cave Hill. Wander along the Lagan to Belfast’s leaning tower, the Albert Clock, built in 1867. Experience the glamour and tragedy of the Titanic by visiting landmarks from the period and hearing about the characters that frequented them.
Uniquely Belfast Tour - Historical Pub Tour of Belfast
Feeling thirsty after your walk? Join the Historical Pub Tour of Belfast and discover Belfast’s historic pubs that have long been part of Belfast’s social and cultural life. Enjoy a fun experience at the Crown Liquor Saloon built in 1849, featuring exquisite tiling, glasswork and ornamental woodwork that will transport you back to a bygone era. White’s Tavern, The Morning Star, McHugh’s, Bittles and Kellys’ Cellars are crammed with character and colorful stories. After a few pints of the black stuff and the unique Belfast “craic,” you’ll slip into an easy, contented sleep back at the hotel as you dream about the history of Northern Ireland.