From Titanic Belfast to its 19th-century castle, sail into the history of the capital with the best sightseeing and tour deals in Belfast. Before diving in, make doubly sure you’re booking the right trip by checking out these answers to common questions.
On top of an open decker bus you’ll get to see the sights at speed – ideal if you want to take everything in in a day. Whizz around the landmarks and take in all the facts of the capital from an expert guide. There are a few options in town, but here are some of the best Belfast city sightseeing bus tours.
The capital is brimming with choice when it comes to finding the best sightseeing and tours in Belfast. From tasty food and drink tours, to Game of Thrones exhibitions and historical landmarks, the best one depends on your interests. You can also see the Giant’s Causeway along with Belfast’s picturesque countryside, or tour a brewery for a good old knees up with the locals.
There’s a lot to see and do in Belfast – far too much to squeeze into one day. However, if that’s all you’ve got, then our pick of the best sightseeing day tours will make sure you can at least take in the main attractions.
While there are many Belfast bus tours to choose from, you can also explore the city on foot. These are some of the best city tours that might take your fancy:
The City Hall in Belfast city centre is surrounded by perfectly manicured lawns and a wealth of memorials to the history, people and events associated with the city.
Home to the Northern Ireland Assembly, Stormont Parliament Buildings is one of Belfast's main tourist attractions and a popular destination for locals. While its many visitors walk or run the mile-long Prince of Wales Avenue, the vast Estate houses many hidden treasures - each time I visit, I stumble across something new. It is the perfect destination for a (free!) day out with family and friends in impressive surroundings. Here are a few of the reasons I love to visit...
Street art is in constant flux. Pieces can disappear when councils go on sporadic painting sprees or can become unrecognisable through tagging. But there are areas of London that are guaranteed spots for incredible pieces, even if what you thought was there is gone. There are galleries dedicated solely to the movement too, which made its transition from street to the gallery (mainly thanks to Banksy) over a decade ago.