From walking, bus, boat and taxi tours, join one of Belfast city’s various sightseeing tours led by experienced local guides. Exploring Belfast city was never easier and more comfortable. Check out our recommendations for Belfast city tours below.
Belfast Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus Tour
Plan your own Belfast tour with your hop-on-hop-off ticket and see all the major Belfast attractions including the Titanic building, Castle Place, St Anne’s Cathedral, Shaftesbury Square and much more! Buses run from 10am to 3pm daily, every 15-30 minutes. A full loop of Belfast will take approximately 100 minutes. Click here to book your ticket.
Belfast Black Taxi Tours
These offbeat 90-minute tours in traditional black cabs include the Catholic Falls Road and Protestant Shankill Road, the wall murals, the so-called Peace Walls keeping Protestants and Catholics apart, the docks and the university area. Tours run daily between 8am and 8pm, with prices starting off at £35 per journey. To book your Black Taxi Tour contact +353 (0)28 9064 2264.
Titanic Boat Tours
Embrace and learn the history of the world’s largest shipyard, which built the majestic Titanic while also experiencing the new regeneration and innovation of Belfast Harbour, its wonderful wildlife and growing vibrancy. The boat tours run on Saturdays and Sundays at 12:30pm and 2pm, with prices starting at £10 per person. To book a Titanic Boat Tour ticket contact +353 (0)28 9024 0124.
Wee Toast Tours
Experience a lively and fun tour of Belfast on a 15-person bike that you can cycle around Belfast City Centre, Belfast Cathedral Quarter and Belfast Titanic Quarter. Whilst embracing the bustling atmosphere of Belfast, Wee Toast Tours lets you sing along to your favourite tunes whilst having a few drinks with your friends. This tour is perfect for hen/stag do’s and birthday parties, for prices and booking information click here.
Belfast Pub Crawl
This tour kicks off at McHugh’s, a Georgian tavern dating back to 1711, moves on to Whites Tavern, even older at 1630 and much improved recently under new management, moves onto Kelly’s Cellars, which served its first pint in 1720, and finishes in Madden’s, a non-touristy pub with great live traditional music. With a knowledgeable guide, it’s the perfect way to simultaneously expand your brain and destroy it. The tour runs on Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm from the Albert Clock and finishes at 11pm. Prices start at £10pp. For more information contact +353 (0)77 3197 7774.