City Sightseeing Belfast - Hop on Hop off

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Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland and has historically been a centre for the Irish linen industry, tobacco production, rope-making and shipbuilding.

With 20 stops conveniently located around the city, City Sightseeing Belfast will highlight landmarks and attractions in the city and enable you to plan your stay. Hop on and off at your leisure and absorb the atmosphere of this wonderful city where you will discover an abundance of things to do and see.

Enjoy a walking tour of the Titanic Quarter which is a high profile European waterfront development firmly ingrained in the history and character of Belfast. It is home to the Titanic Dock and Pump House and the site is centred upon former shipbuilding land from which vessels such as the RMS Titanic, Olympic and SS Canberra were launched. The city is crammed with an abundance of things to do and see.

The residents of Belfast are also renowned for being some of the most hospitable in the world. Soak up the atmosphere in an Irish pub; Bert’s Jazz Bar, The Egg and the Bot or the Crowne Bar. Hop off at Donegall Street and visit St. Anne’s Cathedral & Quarter and the Home Front Exhibition. The Wall Murals, Memorial Park and Spectrum Tourist Information Centre can be found in the district of Shankill. Northern Ireland contains arguably the most famous political murals, depicting the region’s past and present divisions. Almost 2,000 murals have been documented in Northern Ireland since the 1970s. Stroll around Ulster Museum & Botanic Gardens,Ten Square or Dunville Park. The four acres of Dunville Park were opened as a gift to the City in 1891, Belfast’s first public park. Here you can admire the equisite Dunville Fountain. Allow City Sightseeing Belfast to guide you through the Belfast and present you with a city full of culture and warmth – whatever the weather.

The city is compact and intimate, with a rich legacy of Georgian, Victoria and Edwardian architecture which includes Belfast City Hall, The Grand Opera House, Queen’s University and Belfast Castle. The Ulster Folk Transport Museum offers an insight into the history, industrial heritage for those looking for an insight into times past, while award winning attractions including Belfast Zoo and W5 Interactive Science Centre provide great family days out. The Waterfront Hall houses a huge auditorium and offers facilities which include a studio, galleries, gift shop, restaurants and bars.

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Please note that Routes/Maps are subject to change without notice. Any changes are beyond our control and no refunds will be offered. For the most up to date Route/Map please always enquire when in resort.

  • Season: All Year Round excluding 23 - 27 December and 1 January.
  • Ticket Validity: 48 hours.

Red Route:
Start Point
: Castle Place
First Tour: 10am.
Last Tour: 4:30pm.
Duration: 90 minutes.
Frequency: Every 30 minutes.

Green Route: (available May to September only)
Start Point: Belfast Castle
First Tour: 11:30am.
Last Tour: 3:30pm.
Duration: 90 minutes.
Frequency: Every 30 minutes.

  • Commentary: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Chinese.
  • Disabled access available.
  • WiFi available on board.
  • You can start using your ticket within 3 months starting from the date specified on your voucher.
  • You will also receive discounts to local attractions, please enquire locally for the most up to date information.