Attraction
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Belfast peace wall Belfast Day tour
Once we leave Dublin and hit the motorway we will head directly for the great city of Belfast. When we arrive in the city we will begin your introduction by giving a political and historical guided tour of the city. This includes a visit to the Republican Museum along with a visit to the Peace wall - a 25ft wall which separates the Catholics from the Protestants. We then visit the birthplace of 'RMS Titanic' at the Belfast dockyards. You will have some free time to explore the vibrant city centre and have lunch in one of the many restaurants and pubs. We will then set off for some more exciting stops as we discover Northern Ireland.

Belfast Peace Wall

Down Patrick, Burial place of Saint Patrick, Belfast day trip
The Saint Patrick Centre is the only exhibition in the world about Ireland's patron saint and a great stop on the way from Dublin to Belfast. Visit the Imax and Exhibition, Cafe, Gift Shop and Art Gallery. The Centre is a registered charity promoting tourism to Northern Ireland, encouraging reconciliation through Education Programmes and has supporting Chapters who endorse them throughout North America and Canada.

Downpatrick

Dundrum castle, part of our Belfast day tour
Dundrum Castle is a Norman castle situated above the town of Dundrum, County Down, Northern Ireland. It was constructed by John de Courcy, sometime near the beginning of the 13th century, following his invasion of Ulster. The castle was built to control access into Lecale from the west and south and stands on top of a rocky hill, commanding fine views south over Dundrum Bay and the Mourne Mountains, the lands west towards Slieve Croob and the plains of Lecale to the east.

Dundrum Castle

Mourne mountais part of our Belfast day tour
Regardless of weather and season, the Mourne's are one of Northern Ireland's most popular destinations. Rain, hail or shine on a warm summer day or in the depths of winter, hordes of people make their way to County Down to spend some time in what is undoubtedly Ireland's most picturesque location. It is a recognised area of outstanding natural beauty and it isn’t hard to see why with dozens of granite peaks, all providing outstanding views. It is a popular area for walkers and offers a varied landscape.

Mourne Mountains


Belfast Day Trip from Dublin

Once you board the bus for the Belfast day trip, we leave Dublin and hit the motorway. We head directly for the great city of Belfast. When we arrive in the city we will begin your introduction by giving a political and historical guided tour of the city. This includes a visit to the Republican Museum along with a visit to the Peace Wall – a 25ft wall which separates the Catholics from the Protestants. We then visit the birthplace of the ill-fated ocean liner, Titanic, at the Belfast dockyards. You will have some free time to explore the vibrant city centre and have lunch in one of the many restaurants and pubs which fill the city. We then head outside Belfast to discover more of Northern Ireland.

Before we cross back over the border we have some more amazing sites to show you, not least the town of Downpatrick, the last resting place of the infamous patron saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick. We visit the coastal village of Dundrum and Dundrum Castle, the impressive Norman castle which once protected the area. Look out at the views and immerse yourself in the history of this well-preserved castle.

We guarantee you will enjoy every minute of this Belfast day trip from Dublin!