1. Kelly’s Cellars – Stop Number 1 on the hop on hop off
Kelly’s cellar was built in 1720 and is Belfast’s oldest traditional Irish pub. This pub is famous for the best pint of Guinness and homemade Irish Beef Stew. Right in the city centre – call in and experience a traditional Irish welcome.
2. The John Hewitt – Stop Number 1 on the hop on hop off
Situated in Belfast’s City Centre, the John Hewitt offers regular live traditional Irish music and the occasional mic night to show off your singing abilities. You’ll enjoy the relaxed atmosphere.
3. Lavery’s – Stop Number 11 on the hop on hop off
Located in Belfast’s, Shaftsbury square, Lavery’s is well known in the city and has plenty to offer – traditional pub grub, good music, a pool room and a great pint.
4. The Crown Bar – Stop Number 9 on the hop on hop off
Enjoy a drink and some food in one of the famous booths and take in the elaborate decor. Appreciated by locals and tourists alike – you’ll get great pub grub in this Belfast landmark.
5. Whites Tavern – Stop Number 1 on the hop on hop off
Antique and decorative, with open fires and beams, this 17th century pub has a friendly and welcoming atmosphere and a varied pub grub menu.