Titanic tours take in the historic Harland & Wolff shipyards and the famous Titanic sites around Belfast Harbour...
Visit the breathtaking Antrim Coast & Giants Causeway and get a 48 hour unlimited Belfast City Sightseeing Tour...
Entrance to the award winning Titanic Belfast Experience and a 48 hour unlimited Belfast City Sightseeing Tour...
We have a perfect combo ticket for those visiting both Belfast and Derry during their visit to our part of the world...
We have a perfect combo ticket for those visiting both Belfast and Dublin during their visit to our part of the world...
Situated in one of the largest downtown city parks in Europe, Dublin Zoo remains Ireland’s most popular family attraction. The Zoo has various distinct zones including; African Savanna, Gorilla Rainforest, Chimpanzee Island, Fringes of the Arctic, Asian Forests, Reptile House and Kaziranga Forest Trail. Some 400 animals live in a safe environment where education and
Leave the car behind and join us on a shopping day to Irelands premier outlet centre, Kildare Village. There will be departures from 8am leaving Glengormley, Kennedy Centre, City Centre and Lisburn. Our luxury coach will then take you directly to Kildare Village where you will receive a VIP book of further discounts. We will
By Lisa Johnston, Tour Guide, Belfast City Sightseeing One of Belfast’s top boxers is aiming for gold! By day Sean McComb is a team player at Belfast City Sightseeing but by night he’s an elite amateur boxer who spends hours in the ring preparing for the next Olympics. And Sean, who’s the current Irish
By Lisa Johnston, Tour Guide, Belfast City Sightseeing Fair Faa Ye! The Ulster-Scots phrase ‘Fair Faa Ye’ has long stood the test of time and can still be heard in the Province of Ulster, mainly on the north and east coasts of Counties Antrim and Down. It’s an extremely versatile phrase and can be used
TV journalist and actor Ivan Little talks to fellow journalist Letitia Fitzpatrick What are your earliest memories of Belfast? I have bizarrely vivid recollections of going as a toddler with my mother to the shops around the Holywood Arches in Belfast. My big thrill was to walk on a low studded wall which is still
Whether it’s your first time in Belfast, or you’re a frequent visitor, the following pages should help get the most from your trip; from transport links to NI-wide tours, iconic attractions to a potted history. Have a great time, and don’t forget to share your sightseeing experiences via the Belfast City Sightseeing Facebook page. Arriving by plane George
Belfast burst on to the tourism stage after our peace process gathered momentum in the mid 1990’s. We started to welcome the world to our great city – and the world started to come and enjoy themselves. One problem soon became clear – our accent! Belfast City Sightseeing are committed to helping you enjoy your
Belfast has an incredible industrial and maritime heritage – yes of course we built RMS Titanic but did you know that this is the city where air conditioning was invented, along with the three point hitch, milk of magnesia and lots more? Not only did we have the biggest shipyard in the world but in
Geology and the scientific explanation: During the Paleogene period, Antrim was subject to intense volcanic activity, when highly fluid molten basalt intruded through chalk beds to form an extensive lava plateau. As the lava cooled rapidly, contraction occurred. While contraction in the vertical direction reduced the flow thickness (without fracturing), horizontal contraction could only be