Sit back relax while we leave Dublin behind and enjoy the scenic journey to our first stop the historic ruins of Monasterboice in County Louth.
Explore the ruins of an early Christian settlement dating back to the 5th century. Famous for it's High Crosses and Round Tower.
After this, we'll journey on to the historic city of Belfast to the Titanic Quarter. Enjoy the award-winning Titanic Museum which is an interactive journey through Belfast's maritime history.
After a delicious lunch in Belfast City centre, you will enjoy a fascinating driving tour of the city taking in all the highlights such as The Peace Wall, Belfast Castle, The Murals, Queens University, Botanic Gardens and lots more.
Last but not least we will journey back to Dublin after a fascinating tour of the beautiful city of Belfast.
The Titanic Belfast is not only a leading tourist attraction it is the worlds largest Titanic visitor experience and a must-see when you visit this beautiful city.
This iconic building spans 6 floors, featuring 9 interactive galleries exploring the city's maritime history and brings to life the story behind the building of the Titanic with sights, sound, smells and stories of the time.
Explore the shipyard and see the largest artefact from the HMS Titanic in the world. Learn about the industries and innovations that led to the building of the ill-fated Titanic.
Complete your visit with a walk on the decks of SS Nomadic the last remaining White Star Vessel and the original tender for the Titanic.
Enjoy a driving tour of Belfast, see the Crumlin Road Jail, Belfast Castle, the Peace Wall, the famous murals, C.S. Lewis Square and Narnia statues, Stormont (government buildings) and so much more.
Sit back and enjoy your private driver/guide's share songs, history and stories of the area while you see these iconic sites.
The Murals in Belfast have become symbols of the city's political and religious troubles. They are a visual depiction of the city's history and these are some of the most famous murals in Europe.
In 1862, the third Marquis of Donegall built this castle within his deer park in north Belfast. The architect John Lanyon designed the castle in Scottish baronial style of the time.
This stunning castle today is in fully operational as a wedding and events venue with a restaurant and a tavern.
Monasterboice is famous for its impressive High Cross which is 5.5 metres high and the round tower which is a magnificent 35 metres high. It is said to have been an important religious centre a the time it was built around 521 AD until 1,142.
Another great option while in Belfast is the Famous Black Taxi Tours. Visit all the iconic sites on a tour lead by your guide who is also a real taxi driver and have personal experience of Belfast's troubled history. The Black Taxi fare is approx. GBP 12.50 per person (approx. EUR 15.00).