Total Price :
25.00 /p
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Adult - 50.00
Senior - 45.00
Child - 25.00


Let us take you on an insightful journey to the great city of Belfast ,capital of Northern Ireland. Visit the Republican museum (Tuesday to Saturday only), Peace Wall and murals of West Belfast, acting as stark reminders of the times of political turmoil, now coined the Troubles. We will also introduce you to the Titanic quarter, and will make time for you to explore the city centre on your own. We also visit other historical and natural treasures of the North, including gems such as the burial place of St Patrick, Medieval Dundrum Castle, and the mountains of Mourne - inspiration to C.S. Lewis ‘s Chronicles of Narnia.


We will head directly for Belfast city to begin our tour of the city. Your guide will take you first around West Belfast, the home of the famous ( or infamous ) Peace Wall. You will also visit the Republican museum ( Tuesdays till Saturdays) before you’re dropped in the city centre for some free time and lunch ( not included ). You might need to change some money to Stirling pounds as you are now in the United Kingdom! After exploring the city centre we depart on the second half of the city tour to East Belfast and the birthplace of RMS Titanic.

Even though you already seen Belfast city, your northern adventure has only just begun as we head out of the city to the town of Downpatrick and the resting place of Ireland’s most famous saint: Patrick. Here you will visit the Saint Patrick Centre, as well as visit Down Cathedral where you will find the grave of Saint Patrick himself.

Then on to the coastal village of Dundrum to visit it’s Norman castle. Climb to the top of the fortified walls and see the amazing views for miles.

We then move on to the highest mountain range in Northern Ireland, The Mourne Mountains where you will make a photo stop at an area of outstanding beauty at Spelga Dam. Ask your guide to show you gravity hill and watch your tour bus ‘roll up’ a hill all by itself ! From there you will travel down the coastline and make another stop at Ross’ Monument which is dedicated to Major General Robert Ross, who burned down the White House in retaliation for the Americans burning York ( now modern Toronto ) in 1813..

Sadly all great adventures must come to an end. However the memories will last a lifetime so sit back while your guide plays some traditional music and enjoy reminiscing about your day tour to the north as you make your way back to Dublin.


Belfast Peace Wall and murals| Belfast City |St Patricks Grave and Exhibition Centre| Dundrum Castle |Mourne Mountains

  • Air-conditioner
  • Live guide





Please arrive 10 minutes before departure.


08:00am – Departs from St Andrew Street

10:15am - Arrive in Belfast City

11:00am - Explore Belfast city centre and have some lunch

13:30pm –Visit the home of the Titanic

14:45pm – Downpatrick – St Patricks visitor Centre and grave

16:00pm – Dundrum Castle

17:00pm - See Slieve Donard, the Mourne's highest peak

19:30pm - Arrive back in Dublin

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