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Belfast: A History of Terror Walking Tour

1. Belfast: A History of Terror Walking Tour

Learn the turbulent 20th-century history of Belfast on an award-winning sightseeing tour. Visit 8 sites in the city center where some of the most tragic events of The Troubles took place. Learn what it was like to live in the city when the threat of bombs was ever-present.  Walk through the developing Cathedral Quarter, with St. Anne's Cathedral at its heart, and hear about the peace process and regeneration that has taken place in the city since the ceasefires of the early 1990s. Get a feel for the real history of the city and be transported back in time through detailed storytelling. The guides are amongst the most knowledgeable conflict historians in Northern Ireland and the tour is recognized as being unbiased, objective and historically accurate. It is suitable for all visitors, regardless of how much or little they may already know of the troubled past.

From Belfast: Full-Day Giant's Causeway Shore Excursion

2. From Belfast: Full-Day Giant's Causeway Shore Excursion

Your shore excursion will begin at Belfast Cruise Terminal, where your driver will be waiting for you to begin the tour. Begin with a scenic drive up through the Glens of Antrim to the north coast of Ireland. Better known locally as the Causeway Coast, this area is considered an official Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Your main stop will be the Giant's Causeway, where you will have plenty of time to take in the beauty of this famous UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the afternoon, the tour will return to Belfast along the Antrim Coast Road for a panoramic sightseeing tour, where you will experience the highlights of this vibrant city, including City Hall, the Lagan River, Queens University, St Anne's Cathedral and Prince Albert Memorial Clock.

Belfast: City Center Eclectic Walking Tour

3. 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. 

From Dublin: Giant's Causeway & Belfast Titanic with Ticket

4. From Dublin: Giant's Causeway & Belfast Titanic with Ticket

This full-day tour takes you from Dublin to Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland.  Visit the Titanic Museum and spend 1.5 hours learning the story of the Titanic ocean liner and her ill-fated maiden voyage. The story comes alive with innovative technology, scale models and more. See the Giant's Causeway, comprising about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. Spend 1.5 hours getting up close to this UNESCO World Heritage Site, often referred to as the 8th Wonder of the World. You will have the time to walk along the cliffs overlooking the Causeway taking stunning pictures, before going for a stroll on the Giant's Causeway itself. The tour will then include a photo stop at the magnificent Dunluce Castle. This 13 century castle ruin is known as the nicest photo opportunity of all castles in Ireland and will make any amateur photographer look like a professional photographer! Stop at the Dark Hedges for 15-20 minutes. This centuries-old lane of beech trees has featured in films (Transformers) and on television (Game of Thrones). Then you’ll be able to explore Belfast for around 30 minutes. See the Big Fish, Albert's Clock, St. Anne's Cathedral and much more. You will have time to do some shopping and buy some food before heading back to Dublin.

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What people are saying about St. Anne's Cathedral

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 350 reviews

A full day well spent! Sean is one of my favorite guides I've ever had on any tour, he is so thoughtful and cares a lot about your experience! Everything went exactly as stated - this tour made it so easy & while it is a long day, everything is well thought out so every stop is well worth the trip. I recommend planning ahead to bring snacks with you or getting food at the first rest-stop as you'll want as much time as possible at each location. I would love more time at each place, which isn't practical to fit everything in, but it's still enough time to get a good experience, plenty of photos, and to be back in Dublin by 19:30. Definitely recommend during your time in Dublin to take a day on this tour to see Northern Ireland!

Dan and Marcos were incredible, a very entertaining trip, with a lot of information about the places, things to take into account, excellent music on board, very considerate in giving us time in the places and always pending if we needed something. This tour was incredible and they did it wonderfully, I really enjoyed it. I will definitely book with you again.

Brian our guide was probably one of the best guides I've ever had on any tour. He articulated everything perfectly and talked when needed and provided sufficient time at each location. This was a very well organized tour that was pleasant and enjoyable. I highly recommend this tour to see Belfast and Northern Ireland.

It was a great trip with a great guide. Everything went very well and in a timely manner. However, the stay in the Titanic Museum itself was quite short - it would have taken at least an hour longer

Very informative unbiased info about a difficult subject