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Belfast Sightseeing

Belfast Sightseeing

Belfast City Sightseeing

First time to Belfast City? Wondering how to get to top Belfast City attractions including the Titanic Experience, Crumlin Road Gaol, the Falls Road or the Shankhill Road?

Enjoy a fun, friendly and informative trip around Belfast by hopping onboard the Belfast City Sightseeing Tour. Hop on or off any red City Sightseeing Bus and enjoy the freedom to explore this historic political city. With your 48 Hour valid hop on hop off Belfast City tour ticket you can visit the Belfast Peace Wall, the political murals on the Falls Road and Shankhill Road, the Crumlin Road Gaol and many more of Belfast’s great attractions. And…..show your City Sightseeing Belfast ticket to get great discounts off other tours around and from Belfast.

Hop On Hop Off Belfast City Tour
48 Hour valid ticket
Live Guided Commentary on every tour
Stopping at all top Belfast attractions including the Titanic Experience, Crumlin Road Gaol, Belfast Peace Wall, the Falls Road
Multilingual commentary


Adult: 16 €
Child (0-12 years old): 8 €

Giant’s Causeway Tour From Belfast

Giant’s Causeway Tour From Belfast including the famous Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. Start the day with a panoramic drive along the Northern Coast of Antrim and find out if you are intrepid enough to cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and get rewarded by the views beyond on the Giant’s Causeway Tour From Belfast.

No visit to Northern Ireland is complete without a stop at the Giant’s Causeway, the eighth wonder of the world. The symmetry of the 40,000 hexagonal basalt column formation will astonish you and the question of whether they formed during a volcano eruption 60 million years ago or built by the legendary Celtic warrior Finn McCool will linger in your mind all day. Tickets to the award winning Giant’s Causeway Visitor Centre are also included

– The Giant’s Causeway Tour From Belfast includes a charming Irish guide
– A drive through the rolling farmland and coast of County Antrim
– The indomitable Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge
– The marvel that is the Giant’s Causeway


Adult: 29 €

Queen’s University Belfast

Queen’s University Belfast was founded in 1845 by Queen Victoria as one of three Queen’s Colleges located in Belfast, Cork, and Galway. It is the only one which retains ‘Queen’ in it’s name and is generally referred to simply as Queens or QUB

Like most of Belfast, the university has very close connections to the English architect Charles Lanyon, who designed the main Queen’s University Belfast building. Interestingly, Lyndon also designed the Library at Queens, a few years later they put out an ‘anonymous tender’ for an extension to the building and the winner was Charles Lanyon again. Hence, the building is called the “Lanyon and Lanyon Library”. Famous alumni include actor Liam Lesson, poet Seamus Heaney and former Irish President, Mary McAleese.

The University also forms the focal point of the Queen’s Quarter area of the city, one of Belfast’s seven cultural districts

– Queen’s University Belfast Welcome Centre with exhibitions and a souvenir shop
– The Naughton Gallery at Queen’s-Art Gallery & Museum
– Hosts the annual Belfast Festival at Queen’s and the Belfast Film Festival
– Runs Northern Ireland’s Arthouse cinema, Queen’s Film Theatre


Adult: 8 €