1 Take a Black Taxi Belfast Black Taxi Tours are one of the best ways to see Belfast and to learn about the city’s past. The drivers of these taxis are experts on the city and are always full of chat, local tidbits and fun facts to bring the tumultuous history of Northern Ireland to life. Sign up for a tour, and you’ll be guided through the city’s famous murals, resplendent works of art that tell the story of the city. From the story of Titanic Belfast to the more recent artworks that consider the Troubles, you’ll walk away from a Black Taxi Tour having learned more than you ever expected – without even realizing it! 2 Bob across Belfast Harbour If you want a city break where you can feel the wind in your hair and sea spray in your face, Belfast is the answer to your prayers. Take a trip to Belfast Lough and climb aboard Belfast Sea Safari’s boat for an entirely different view of the city. As you cruise around the lough, you’ll visit the spot where Titanic was first set afloat, as well as following the route she took out of Belfast Harbour. Get up close and personal with the HMS Caroline, a First World War Naval Ship, and keep your eyes peeled for friendly seals. 3 Whizz through the Titanic Quarter The Titanic Quarter of Belfast is big… so there’s no better way to explore it than by Segway! Segway NI have a purpose-built route around this part of the city, snaking from the beautiful Odyssey Theatre to the historic “Samson and Goliath”: two enormous cranes that rise above the city, dating all the way back to the city’s shipbuilding days. Glide around the city at your own pace, taking in the modern gleam of the Titanic Quarter all the while. Segway Tours are also fully guided, with informed and experienced Belfast natives giving insight into the quarter’s fascinating history. 4 Grab a taste of the city on the Belfast Bred Food Tour If you’re a foodie of any sort, the Belfast Bred Food Tour is for you. Part performance, part guided tour, Belfast Bred takes you on a trip around the city that’s also a race against time…but we won’t spoil it any further. The tour introduces you to some of Northern Ireland’s culinary delights, from caviar to chocolate, along with some of the city’s famous eateries, including the iconic St George’s Market, a Belfast institution that dates back to 1604. The best part of the Belfast Bred Tour, though? Well, that has to be the mouth-watering free samples at every stop… 5 Put the pedal to the metal on a city bike tour Want to get to know the city as fast as you can? Belfast City Bike Tours are a great way to see Belfast at a speedier pace, perfect for those who’ve just dropped into Belfast for the weekend! The guided tours take riders all around the city in small groups, and showcase the best of Belfast: where to eat, where to drink and where to head to when night falls. Belfast City Bike Tours offer six different routes around the city, so you can pick one that suits you: there’s even a route that takes you to an award-winning Brewing Company by the shores of the Lagan. To Belfast...and beyond Belfast: Top 9 attractions Wander Belfast's streets and you'll discover that there's a whole lot to do. Here are some of the best trips you can take in the city. The best of BelfastBelfast is a humming, electric city that counts Rihanna among its fans. From its eclectic music scene to the legacy left by Titanic, it's full of surprises! Beyond BelfastHad enough of the city for one trip? No problem – Northern Ireland's coastal adventures are waiting for you.