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  • 1

    Murals of West Belfast

    10 reviews

    we agree, booked through guidedtaxitours.com this is extremely rivetting stuff,it is sad at times, but good to hear from the guides that the city is changing, dont be afraid of the past, take a tour here and embrace the future, highly recommended, and great value for money, 3 of us shared a cab, £10 each..brill

    Popular withHistoryBudgetLocal
  • 2

    City Hall

    5 reviews

    Breath-taking interior to what is otherwise a rather innocuous looking building. The rotunda and great hall especially will stay with you and the spiel on the robing room is fun.

  • 3

    W5

    2 reviews
    Popular withFamilies
  • 4

    Queen's University

    4 reviews

    Stayed here in 2007 as they let their student rooms out to tourists. Beautiful campus in suburban area.

  • 5

    St Anne's Cathedral

    2 reviews

    Also a church of Ireland cathedral but far more austere than Christchurch in dub line. Reminds me of muensters on the continent.

  • 6

    Sandy Row

    2 reviews

    What to say? Formally known as 'The Royal Mile', it's a chilling experience. Only part of Belfast which made me wonder if the Troubles are really over. The burnt out city blocks for bonfires and the competing murals were surprising, but there's still not the tension of Londonderry/Derry about it.

  • 7

    The Crown Liquor Saloon

    4 reviews

    Great fish and chips here at this old pub in downtown Belfast.

    Popular withAdventure
  • 8

    Big Fish

    2 reviews

    Well, okay, wouldn't be my first choice but charming for families and indicative of how Belfast embraced the zeitgeist of the noughties!

    Popular withFamilies
  • 9

    Titanic's Dock and Pump-House

    2 reviews

    Really emotional visuals and information once inside. It's really beautiful and you understand a little more than if you were to just watch the movie. I really enjoyed myself.

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  • 10

    Titanic Belfast

    2 reviews

    Really emotional visuals and information once inside. It's really beautiful and you understand a little more than if you were to just watch the movie. I really enjoyed myself.

    Popular withStudentsHistoryAdventure
  • 11

    Golden Mile

    3 reviews

    Basically a shopping area. Traffic is difficult. Spent a long time trying to find an ATM. Fairly inoffensive but apart from the Opera House there's not much to it.

  • 12

    Belfast Castle

    2 reviews

    The fact that I've been here and don't remember much about it means you can probably safely give it a pass. Basically a commercial venture.

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  • 13

    Giant's Ring

    2 reviews
    Popular withBackpackers
  • 14

    Victoria Square Shopping Centre

    1 review

    A lot of shoppes to visit. Once all the younger kids get out of school it becomes packed. Wasn't an issue for me but I understand for some people it can be annoying.

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  • 15

    Stormont Castle

    1 review

    Definitely worth doing. The tour is well-organised and even for someone who works on British history, the tour provided insights into The Troubles.

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  • 16

    Albert Memorial Clock Tower

    1 review
    Popular withLocalHistory
  • 17

    Customs House

    1 review
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    Black Taxi Tours of Belfast

    1 review

    Belfast isn't the prettiest city in the world, but the people are incredibly friendly and the history is compelling. One of the most interesting things to do in Belfast is go on a tour with a local historian. The black taxi tour operators are some of the most knowledgable, and will give you a thorough accounting of how The Troubles ...

  • 20

    Grand Oprah House

    1 review

    The Grand Opera House is a theatre in Belfast, Northern Ireland, designed by the most prolific theatre architect of the period, Frank Matcham. It opened on 23 December 1895.

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