Belfast Day Tour from Dublin Instant Confirmation
Explore Northern Ireland's intriguing capital with this complete day tour from Dublin. Enjoy beautiful spots and rich history of this city: from Titanic Quarter to St. Partick's resting place & more.
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This one day tour to Belfast from Dublin give you the very best taste of this northern capital and much more. From Dublin directly to Belfast city you will first stop at The Republican Museum before starting one half of the Belfast city tour which incorporates the Peace Walls and Murals of West Belfast. Next enjoy some free time to explore this cosmopolitan city and lunch.
You will meet again and visit East Belfast which includes the Titanic quarter before making your way to the resting place of St Patrick at Downpatrick which includes entry into The St. Patrick Centre. From there onto a Norman castle at Dundrum and to finish a drive through the Mournes Mountains before arriving back in Dublin.
- Duration: 12 hour(s)
- Available: Daily
- Pick-up: Not available
- Inclusion: English-speaking guide / Guided tour of Belfast including museums
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08:00 Depart Dublin outside the old stone church in Suffolk Street
10:15 Belfast City and Republican MuseumWelcome to Belfast City! Visit the famous 'The Peace Wall' which divides the republician and loylist communities. We visit the Republican Museum, with a large collection of artifacts and prison handicrafts, representing various phases of the struggle for Irish Freedom.
11:00 Free time and LunchNow you have some time to grab something to eat, and look around on your own.
13:30 East BelfastEnjoy a introduction to East Belfast, home of the Harland & Wolff shipyard and birthplace of the Titanic, before heading south to the resting place of the Patron Saint of Ireland: Saint Patrick.
14:45 DownpatrickHere you walk through the exhibition and then be shown a film all about Saint Patrick’s life. When you finish here you will be taken on a short walk to Down Cathedral and shown the last resting place of the great man who it is said, brought Christianity to Ireland.
16:00 DundrumYour next stop is at the small seaside village of Dundrum and the Norman castle which sits on high ground built by John De Courcy in the 12th century. This is a fascinating stronghold which has a circular defence tower inside strong fortified walls
17:00 Mourne MountainsThis is Northern Ireland’s largest mountain range. You will stop at an area of outstanding beauty and gaze up at the highest peak called Slieve Donard. Before you leave ask your guide to show you 'gravity hill' where you'll see your bus roll 'up' a hill all by itself!!
17:20 Depart back to Dublin
19:30 Arrive back in Dublin and check out
- Please wear comfortable shoes.
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- Any cancellations made between 18:00 local time, 14 business days to 18:00 local time, 7 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 50% of the total amount.
- Any cancellations made after 18:00 local time, 7 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.