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Itinerary
Your coach leaves early from central Dublin, arriving in Belfast mid-morning. Upon arrival, your full-day trip begins with a guided coach tour of Belfast City. Spy hundreds of colorful wall murals that depict the city’s tangled political history, and view the peace walls that stand between the Catholic and Protestant communities.

Visit the Irish Republican History Museum (entrance fee included), and then you’ll have two hours to get lunch and independently explore the city. See the Belfast Cathedral (also known as St Anne’s Cathedral) and the historic Harland and Wolff dry docks, where the Titanic was built.

After lunch and free time, your guide takes you to the HMS Caroline, a combat ship that served in both WWI and WWII, to tour the ship. Then with your guide explore the Titanic Experience.

You’ll arrive back to your starting point in Dublin by mid-evening.
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Overview
Explore historic Belfast on this day trip from Dublin. Through an expert guided tour and independent sightseeing of Belfast’s major attractions, you’ll gain insight into the colorful and complex history of this capital city. Visit the Irish Republican History Museum, the Titanic Experience, the Peace Wall, and other main Belfast highlights.
Highlights
  • Full-day trip from Dublin to Belfast, led by an expert guide
  • Learn about Northern Ireland's political history and past civil unrest
  • Guided coach tour of Belfast City, taking in the Belfast Peace Wall and the birthplace of the Titanic
  • Browse artifacts at the Irish Republican History Museum
  • Transport by air-conditioned coach
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Belfast!

This was an excellent tour. The guide, Jennifer, and driver, Ronan, were great. I learned a lot from Jennifer. The bus was comfortable and the trip was structured but there was a little flexibility. I especially loved the morning stuff with the murals and peace...More

Thank LisaJSM
Reviewed 24 June 2018
Great day trip

Our guide, Leo, was great. He offered us a lot of information on the history of Belfast, without showing bias or making it overly depressing. The trip through the different neighborhoods and the explanation of the mural walls were highlights. The Irish Republican History Museum...More

1  Thank DogWorld
Reviewed 30 May 2018
Excellent History of Irish Rebellion

Learned a lot about the Irish Rebellion on both the Nationalist and Unionist sides. Also got to sign the peace wall and hangout in the city center of Belfast. I think the HMS Caroline was the least interesting part of the tour, but other than...More

1  Thank Erika H
Reviewed 27 May 2018 via mobile
Belfast Tour

This was an excellent day , John was our guide and one of the best guides we have had. He was knowledgeable , funny and presented an unbiased overview of the sad conflicts of the past in Northern Ireland. It was a perfectly balanced tour...More

Thank 851hayleyp
Reviewed 10 May 2018
Fascinating Day

We really enjoyed our Belfast day trip from Dublin. Daithi was our tour guide and we found him to be full of information and very entertaining. He gave us good context in which to view the great city of Belfast. Throughout the bus ride we...More

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lesliefromtheeast
17 June 2018|
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Response from comcox | Reviewed this property |
I think it would be a very far walk. But there is a Red Line Luas (tram) stop at The Point stop near the 3Arena that would take you over to the Abbey Street Stop not too far from O'Connell street bridge where you can cross... More
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17 May 2018|
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Dundrum is near Dublin. This tour goes from Downtown Dublin up to Belfast. You could probably find another to Dundrum. There are many tours available.
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