Belfast City Sightseeing Hop On Hop Off Bus
Sale Price: $22.00
A center for the Irish linen industry, tobacco production, rope-making and shipbuilding, you will find Belfast, the capital city of Northern Island, a wonderful mix of things to see. With 20 stops conveniently located around the city, City Sightseeing Belfast will highlight landmarks and attractions in the city and enable you to plan your stay. Hop on and off at your leisure and absorb the atmosphere of this wonderful city where you will discover an abundance of things to do and see.
Enjoy a walking tour of the Titanic Quarter which is a high profile European waterfront development firmly ingrained in the history and character of Belfast. It is home to the Titanic Dock and Pump House and the site is centred upon former shipbuilding land from which vessels such as the RMS Titanic, Olympic and SS Canberra were launched. The city is crammed with an abundance of things to do and see.
Please Note: There are 20 stops on this route and it takes approximately 1 hour to complete the route without getting off. The route runs every 30 minutes. The tours are narrated in English, French, German, Italian, Chinese, and Spanish. First and last tour times will be detailed in your electronic ticket.
The route includes the following stops:
- Castle Place / High Street
- Customs House
- SSE Arena
- Titanic Belfast
- HMS Caroline
- Parliament Buildings
- St. George's Market
- Belfast City Hall
- Great Victoria Street
- Dublin Road
- Shaftesbury Square
- Queens University
- Eglantine Avenue
- Culturlann McAdam O Fiaich
- Falls Memorial Garden
- International Wall Murals
- Spectrum Tourist Information Centre
- Shankill Memorial Garden
- Crumlin Rd
- Donegall Street
To see a map of the stops that are included in this tour, please CLICK HERE.
This tour exceeded our expectations. The young man at the hop on hop off bus guided us to catch the coach bus. It also extended On a coach bus that took us to the country to see the castle The tour guide was really funny and very knowledgable. Wish I could remember his name. It was worth the money My only problem, I had no currency to give a tip.
Reviewer: John L.
Great way to see Belfast. Toured the Titanic museum and enjoyed the unique presentation. If you only have a day this is the way to see the sights of Belfast.
Reviewer: Liz and John
Before going to Belfast I had assumed there would be few remnants of ""the troubles."" Not so, there is evidence of controls still in place and buildings left to be repaired. An initial tour of a ""new"" city allows one the opportunity to concentrate your efforts to learn more details. Being able to ""hop on, hop off"" later in the day and the next day as well is the perfect solution.
Susan, live tour guide was great. 2nd most impressionable tour ever. Beaten only by Auschwitz-Birkenau!
The guide really knew his city. Talked about the ""troubles"" and we saw plenty of evidence that they still continue. The guide spoke honestly about future hope for political change. Center of the city was great.