Belfast Tours

Belfast Tours include the popular Belfast City Sightseeing Tour. 

Open city sightseeing tours by bus are popular in Belfast and there are numerous options for day trips to famous attractions such as the Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge if you are planning your Ireland tours.

They specialise in providing private and bespoke tours in the city of Belfast. Some of the advantages of the bus tour are that you can hop on hop off anywhere you wish and they are covered for the poorer weather!

Belfast Tours

Belfast City Sightseeing Tour offers a hop on / hop off city tour and provides you with a comprehensive look at our very special city. 

Your ticket is valid for 48 hours, to allow you to explore every area and district of this unique place.

Tour prices online ;

Adults:     £9.00
Seniors:   £9.00
Students: £9.00
Children:  £5.00
Family ( 2 adults and 4 children ):£25.00

The tour route includes;

- The Titanic Shipyards
- Hop off at Titanic Belfast Attraction
- The Titanic Dock and Pumphouse
- Parliament Buildings and Stormont Estate –  Tours of the Parliament Buildings free of charge every hour on the hour in July and August
- The new Laganside Area
- St Georges Market
- The Old Cathedral Quarter
- High Street and Bridge Street
- The Albert Clock
- St Annes Cathedral
- The Crumlin Road Jail and Courthouse
- The Belfast Poorhouse
- The Belfast Peace Wall
- The Shankill Road
- The Falls Road
- Political wall murals
- Queens University
- Belfast City Hall
- Belfast city centre

You can start your tour from the heart of Belfast City centre. They are the leading tour operator in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Other Tours from Belfast CIty Sightseeing:

Other tours include:

-Guided Tour of Crumlin Road Gaol

-Full day tours of Antrim Coast and Giants Causeway 

-Dublin and Belfast Multi Combo Tickets

-Walking Tours

-County Donegal and County Derry/L'Derry from Belfast 

-Titanic Harbour Boat Trip 

-The Belfast Golden Ticket

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