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Wanderlust Irland - Belfast Tour from Dublin

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34 O’Connell Street Lower, North City, Dublin, Dublin,
Mr Cathal O'Connell
E: info@wanderlustirland.com

The North has become a must-see for any traveler and lover of Ireland. This tour enables you to focus on the beautiful city of Belfast, birthplace of the Titanic.

A wonderful tour lies ahead, with a short 2 hour drive to Belfast on the brand new 'Peace Highway'. The drive up will be broken up by an interesting and lovely little stop at Monasterboice!

See a real 10th century round tower and learn how our ancestors took refuge from the Vikings and touch the most beautiful Celtic crosses in Ireland, hand-carved by monks before power-tools in the 9th century.

Arrive in lovely Belfast where you spend 2 hours of free time. Consider an optional world famous Black Taxi tour of the Falls and Shankill Roads along with murals of troubled times and also the peace wall or take the free time for lunch and shopping time in Belfast bustling downtown shopping area. Visit the Crown Liquor Saloon, the Grand Opera House or check out Belfast's St. Georges Market with its international foods, musicians and fleamarkets.

After your free time the tour departs the city center and drive to the docks to visit Belfast's Number 1 attraction, the Titanic Experience! You are taken on an amazing journey, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900's, through her construction and launch, to her infamous maiden voyage and catastrophic demise. This is one of the world's most famous visitor attractions.

After this great experience you will have a relaxing drive through the rolling countryside of County Louth. This tour will quench your thirst for knowledge. It's a great, fun, informative, and value-for-money big day out to Belfast. Go neiri an mbothar leat - may the road rise to meet you.

Tour ends in Dublin approx. 19:00.

NB: This tour is conducted in the English language. Website and booking documentation is in German for the convenience of German-speaking guests. The beauty of Ireland speaks for itself.