Belfast to Dublin Guided Coach Tour For One (£19) or Two (£38) at Tours of Belfast (51% Off) Receive updates now- 51%
Belfast to Dublin Guided Coach Tour For One (£19) or Two (£38) at Tours of Belfast (51% Off)
- Range of attractions exploring Dublin
- Tour guides with over 20 years of experience
- All day coach tour from Belfast to Dublin from 9am-10pm
- Tour of Boyne Valley
- Walking tour in central Dublin
- Sites include Glasnevin Cemetery, River Liffey, Trinity College and Kilmainham Jail
- Free time to explore Dublin
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Limit 1 per person or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online via www.toursofbelfast.com or phone 02890315531. Valid Mon, Wed and Fri only. Depart Belfast 9am, return at approximately 10pm the same day. No food included in tour. Valid on option purchased only.
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Coaches often drive athletes around the bend with their constant whistle blowing, motivating clichés, and wheel technique during roundabout manoeuvres. Get on track with today's Groupon from Tours Of Belfast. Choose from the following options:• £19 for a Belfast to Dublin guided coach tour for one person (51% off)
• £38 for a Belfast to Dublin guided coach tour for two people (51% off)
About the Tours
Coaches depart Belfast bright and early, stopping off at the Bourne Valley for a historic tour before arriving in Dublin. A bus tour of Dublin chauffeurs guests around some of the city's most famous sights, including Glasnevin Cemetery and the 16th century Trinity College, with expert guides giving the history behind these locations. Avid explorers will disembark and go on foot through the city centre amongthe flowing waters of the Liffey, departing for Belfast in the evening to wrap up an informative and eye-feasting day.
About Tours of Belfast
Experts in the capital’s history, Joe Baker and Michael Liggett have been conducting tours through the nooks and secret crannies of Belfast for over 20 years, producing hundreds of publications on the city’s history and gracing the pages of the biggest newspapers. Tours range from the spooky Darker Side of Belfast tour to stunning Giant’s Causeway day tours and the comprehensive sightseeing tour which explores a wealth of legendary locations.
The Boyne Valley:
These bounding greens are home to the famous Neolithic Tombs at Newgrange, guests will visit the site of the Battle of the Boyne, fought in 1690 just after the siege of Derry.
Founded in 1592 during the rule of Queen Elizabeth I, this prestigious bastion of learning saw the education of such literary luminaries as Jonathan Swift and Oscar Wilde; as well as former Irish President, Mary McAleese.
A historic hold for many infamous residents including several Republican and Nationalist leaders, with an ominous Victorian feel in its grand ceilings and imposing bars.
The River Liffey
9am: Depart Belfast
10.45am: Arrive at The Boyne Valley
11am: Tour of Boyne valley
1pm: Depart for Dublin
2pm: Arrive in Dublin and free time
3pm: Bus tour of Dublin
5pm: Walking tour in central Dublin
6.30pm: Free time
8pm: Depart for Belfast
10pm: Arrive in Belfast
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