Day Tour of Belfast departing from Dublin
- Entry to the Titanic Experience
- Guided Tour
- Visit 2 different countries
ScheduleMay to September - Monday to Sunday
October to April - Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Sunday
Tour departure points;
Paddys Palace, Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin @ 09:00am
O'Connell Street - "Discover Ireland" Office, next to Savoy Cinema @ 09:10am
Tourist Office, Suffolk Street (Molly Malone Statue) @ 09:15am
What's Included in the tour
- All taxes, fees and handling charges
- Entrance fees
- Live commentary on board
What's Excluded in the tour
- The tour is disabled friendly.
- Redeem your voucher prior to your tour at one of the following redemption points: Paddys Palace on Lower Gardiner Street, "Discover Ireland" Office, next to Savoy Cinema on O'Connell Street or the Tourist Office on Suffolk Street (near the Molly Malone Statue).
DescriptionEnjoy a full day scenic tour of the capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast, where the Titanic ocean liner was constructed over 100 years ago. Belfast is a modern city entering a new dawn and has very quickly become a must-see city for visitors to Ireland for all the right reasons. It's a marvellous, cultured and beautiful, entering a new age and standing proudly in Northern Ireland.
Meet colourful characters as you learn about the customs and traditions of Ireland, Great Britain and Ulster. You will also have the option of taking a fantastic black cab tour of the city centre to see all the main sights. The Irish guides take great pride in their strong friendships with the citizens of Belfast.
You will also tour the Celtic crosses at Monasterboice. Set in the magnificent countryside of County Louth in the Republic of Ireland, you will have the chance to wander among the ruins of the early Christian settlement, where the 2 churches date to around the 14th century. Marvel at the architecture typical of early medieval Ireland - a round tour - and enjoy the biblical inscriptions on the 10th century crosses, which includes Muiredach's High Cross - the best of its kind in Ireland.