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Belfast: City Centre Beer Bike Tour

1. Belfast: City Centre Beer Bike Tour

Cruise the bustling streets of Belfast City Centre on a unique beer bike. Join a group of between 7 and 16 participants, all working together to move the bike through town. From Royal Avenue to Cornmarket, City Hall to the Opera House, use your own energy to pedal throughout the city.  Soak up the atmosphere and toast your pedal partners on a tour catered to your wishes. Sneak in a stop at a traditional public house such as Kelly’s Cellars, Mourne Seafood Bar, Bittles, or Robinsons. If you would like extra drinks for the journey itself, the pedal vehicle is licensed for customers to bring their own beer, prosecco, or more — or you can contact the local operator to order drinks ahead of time.

Belfast: Cathedral Quarter Beer Bike Tour

2. Belfast: Cathedral Quarter Beer Bike Tour

Discover the vibrant, art-filled streets of the Cathedral Quarter in Belfast on a unique beer bike. Join a group of between 7-16 participants, all working together to complete the tour. Swing by Wellington Place and the Albert Clock en route to the Quarter, where you’ll immediately be part of the heart and soul of Belfast’s most exciting area. Look forward to the unparalleled charm of the Duke of York, The Harp Bar, Mourne Seafood Bar or Kelly's Cellars to refuel during your pedal-powered trip. Soak up the atmosphere and toast your pedal partners in a tour catered to your wishes. If you would like extra drinks for the journey, the pedal vehicle is licensed for customers to bring their own beer, prosecco, and more.

Belfast: Guided Food Walking Tour with Street Art and Pubs

3. Belfast: Guided Food Walking Tour with Street Art and Pubs

On our Secret Food Tour of Belfast, you'll enjoy some of the best food in Northern Ireland. Your tour starts in front of Belfast City Hall. During the tour, you will dine on a freshly prepared breakfast with the locals, relax in historic pubs, and enjoy traditional home-cooked Northern Irish dishes. We'll introduce you to our street art known worldwide. At the end of your tour, you'll have sampled some of Northern Ireland's most delicious dishes and gained a better understanding of its local culture and history.

From Dublin: Giant's Causeway Tour and Whiskey Tasting

4. From Dublin: Giant's Causeway Tour and Whiskey Tasting

Meet your friendly guide and board the bus from the Dublin City Gallery in the early morning, then set out on a full-day adventure to Northern Ireland. Leave the busy city behind and head into the luscious, rolling countryside landscapes on your way to the first destination of the day, Bushmills Whiskey Distillery. Arrive at Bushmills, which is the world’s oldest licensed Whiskey Distillery, and meet their resident whiskey expert. Enjoy a tasting session of some of the distillery’s most beloved whiskeys, including a 10-year-old, 12-year-old, and reserve whiskey. Head to the idyllic Dark Hedges next, which is the most photographed natural phenomenon in Northern Ireland. Spend 20-minutes at the site taking photos, and learn about how the hedges were planted more than 270-years-ago by the Stuart Family as a driveway to their mansion. Continue the tour through the sprawling rural surroundings, stopping at the ruins of Dunluce Castle for a photo op. The next destination of the day is the iconic Giant’s Causeway, which is Northern Ireland’s most popular visitor attraction and a UNESCO World Heritage Listed Site. Enjoy 2-hours at the site, taking photos of the magnificent seascape and fascinating stone columns, some of which reach 40 feet into the air. Finally, spend at least an hour of free time in Belfast to explore at your own leisure and visit some of the city center attractions. Make the most of the opportunity to pick up a souvenir of your trip, or grab some snacks for the return journey to Dublin. At the end of an unforgettable day, sit back, relax, and enjoy a well-deserved on the way back to Dublin.

Belfast: City Center Eclectic Walking Tour

5. Belfast: City Center Eclectic Walking Tour

This eclectic city center tour covers the history, architecture and people of Northern Ireland. Leaving from the city hall you'll discover some of the Belfast buildings along the way that make the city such a beautiful and unique space. Hear about the colorful history that has shaped this part of the island of Ireland over thousands of years. You'll also hear about some of Belfast's famous people and of things invented here. Pass along the river Lagan and look out to sea. See the area now known as the Titanic Quarter and discover the Waterfront Hall. Pass by the Belfast leaning tower, built on the docking point for Queen Victoria on her first visit. You'll then continue on through the birthplace of Belfast to St. Anne's Cathedral in the Cathedral Quarter. It's in this area you'll view the street art and murals and hear of how Belfast and it's people are coming together to reconcile and build a brighter space for all, through it's many free festivals, creative organisations, and new industries. You can then finish the tour in St. Anne's Square. 

Belfast: Giant's Causeway and Bushmills Whiskey Tour

6. Belfast: Giant's Causeway and Bushmills Whiskey Tour

Take an exclusive tour to the Giants Causeway in Northern Ireland, accompanied by a whiskey tasting at the world's oldest licensed whiskey distillery, Bushmills Distillery. During your whiskey tasting your resident whiskey expert will tell you all about the fantastic 10 year old, 12 year old, and distillery reserve whiskey that you will sample. Following that, you will move on to the Dark Hedges, off Bregagh Road. The Dark Hedges were planted 270 years ago by the Stuart family as a driveway to their mansion, Gracehill Manor. You will get to spend approximately 20 minutes there. There are over 200 beech trees along the driveway, which create the perfect backdrop for incredible photos. You will then get to admire the views of Dunluce Castle for a quick 5 minute stop. The castle is the oldest in Ireland, with its ruins still intact. Following that, spend 2 hours at the Giant's Causeway. This must-see World Heritage Site is Northern Ireland's most popular visitor attraction, and for good reason. It is also known as the 8th World Wonder, and whilst there you can embrace the 60,000 hexagonal columns made of basalt as you learn about the story behind them. Some people say that the Giant's Causeway was created by Finn McCool himself when he was creating a walkway from Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Belfast: Interactive Sensory Cocktail Tasting with 4 Drinks

7. Belfast: Interactive Sensory Cocktail Tasting with 4 Drinks

Find out why you like what you like through a series of sensory experiments and incredible cocktails that use only the best locally distilled spirits. Enjoy a total sensory cocktail experience at one of Belfast's oldest buildings with four cocktails or mocktails. Do some bizarre experiments, find out what kind of taster you are, and take a trip into the Inhibitor's audiovisual world. Then, enjoy some cocktails on the rooftop that have been chosen by your emotional memory and the sensory spectrum through which you experience the world. This experience is set over three floors in one of Belfast's oldest buildings and includes four cocktails.

Belfast: City Highlights Bike Tour

8. Belfast: City Highlights Bike Tour

Enjoy some time in the fresh air on a bike ride trip around Belfast. See some of the city's most well-known highlights as you explore Belfast together with your guide. Meet your guide and explore the historic and vibrant city of Belfast on a Dutch-style city bike. See highlights, including Belfast's famous murals, one of Ireland's oldest pubs, City Hall, St. George's Market, and the Titanic and Cathedral Quarters. Learn the history of The Troubles and how Belfast has persevered. Stop at the Peace Wall and write on it to leave your mark.

Belfast: North Irish Coast and Giant's Causeway Private Tour

9. Belfast: North Irish Coast and Giant's Causeway Private Tour

Drive the North Antrim Coast to Carnlough harbor, most famous for the Game of Thrones, then through the nine Glens of Antrim. You will be passing through Glendun, the smallest of the nine glens but by far the most beautiful. Arrive at the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge where you can brave the bridge if you dare, followed by some well-earned lunch. After this, you travel along the Causeway Coast and arrive at the Giants Causeway, famous for the legend of Finn McCool and a must-see world heritage site. After leaving the Causeway you will visit the world-famous Bushmills Distillery where you will taste the oldest whiskey in the world in their 1608 bar. You’ll visit the majestic Dunluce Castle before starting your return journey to Belfast. Finally, as you journey back towards Belfast you will take in the Dark Hedges made famous as the ‘Kings Road’ in the Game of Thrones.

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What people are saying about Belfast

Wow! Absolutely loved this experience it was amazing & perfect way to celebrate my partners 40th birthday, staff were lovely & looked after us well keeping our drinks topped up :)

My nephew and I had a great time with Marty. He was very informative and the tour covered a variety of areas.

Paul was amazing,had a great day ,plenty off craic and food and drink

Marty was very informative and we have really enjoyed his tour

Definetly a must when u go Belfast, made. Very welcome