Belfast Giants vs Dundee Stars

The Giants are back in action against Dundee on Saturday in a Challenge Cup match.

Belfast Giants vs Dundee Stars

The Stars have a nearly entirely new team, with a new coach, so they are set to prove themselves in this season. The Stars won the first leg in Dundee at the start of the month, so the pressure is on. The Giants looked good in the home opener against the Flames, with four goals of six from newcomers showing the new Giants lineup isn’t one to be taken lightly.

With Scotland a short flight away from Belfast we can hopefully expect a good contingent of away fans cheering on the Stars. Belfast City Sightseeing provides a great tour around the city and highlights Belfast’s interesting history! Belfast is a small city which packs a lot into it, compact enough to see everything on a weekend break and varied enough that you won’t miss anything. The SSE Arena is on our route, stop number three, just a 15 minute walk from the city centre and Belfast’s famous nightlife and bar scene.

This Saturday is ‘Kids for a Quid’ night at the SSE, where kids get in for just a pound when accompanied by an adult (two children per adult). Why not use this in conjunction with the discounts offered by Belfast City Sightseeing on many attractions and places in the city to make it a special weekend?

And remember, hockey fans will get a discount on the Belfast City Sightseeing tours, with a special concession price of £10.50 with your match day ticket. City Sightseeing customers also get discount on the Titanic Museum, Crumlin Road Gaol and HMS Caroline.

The SSE is on our route, at stop number 3, and it is a short walk back from the Arena to the City Centre and Belfast’s famous nightlife!

You can hop-off the Belfast City Sightseeing tour at stop number 3 to visit ‘The SSE Arena’… City Sightseeing can be contacted by email at info@citysightseeingbelfast.com or through our tour office on 028 90 321 321. We look forward to seeing you soon!

City Sightseeing Belfast Hop-on Hop-off Open-top Bus Tour



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