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Belfast City Tour Excursion Reviews

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Explore the city of Belfast, home to the Titanic Memorial on the east grounds of City Hall, which honors those who perished in the disaster. Other highlights include Giant's Causeway and plenty of pubs.


1 review

Belfast: Used Absolutely wonderful. Mercedes van was great with a PA system. There were 6 of us. Did Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-rede Bridge, Antrim Coast, Dunluce Castle, Belfast. Game of Thrones Hedges. A great great tour. Loved this area. There was a shuttle service provided by local authorities on a complimentary basis. The ship docked at Stormont Wharf and the port is located about 15 minutes drive from the city center.

Provider: Independent Operator


2 reviews

We booked this tour with another couple from our roll call. This was a very interesting tour and the countryside was beautiful. As an American, I am sad to admit I did not know much of the ongoing religious issues in Belfast. Our guide, Gerald was very informative and enthusiastic about his home town. I would highly recommend this tour.

Provider: Independent Operator


1 review

The city tour was just okay. We didn't stop at the Titanic Memorial, which I thought was strange, yet we stopped quickly to take a picture of Queens's College and the graffiti people draw regarding the northern Ireland conflict.
It's not a tour I'd recommend.

Provider: Azamara Club Cruises


3 reviews

Toured Belfast City Hall. Yes, it's beautiful, but so are lots of city halls and state capitols in America. You are better off getting yourself into Belfast (plenty of options) and touring it yourself.

Provider: Princess Cruises


3 reviews

In Belfast we took the ships shuttle to town and took the Hop on Hop off bus around especially enjoying the stretch where we viewed the murals and the description of them and the troubles. On highway stretches it was very hard to hear what the guide was saying.We hopped off and had a Guiness in a cute little pub where they poured it slowly and it was delicious. Then we sat and talked to a local family enjoying the conversation.

Provider: Independent Operator


1 review

Interesting to see Belfast from the top of a bus - Storemont, Shankill and Falls roads, University, art galleries, etc. The only problem was some of the comments made by the Tour Guide i.e. like looking under the seat for a flak jacket and hard hat, some what anti the English as the Titanic's captain was English!

Provider: Independent Operator

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