Tara Lodge Belfast Tours
Tara Lodge, with its' boutique hotel bedrooms is ideally situated for the sightseer. Explore Belfast by foot, by taxi or by bike with many tours available daily. There are also a number of day tours available so you can explore Northern Ireland, the Giant's Causeway and the locations of the Game of Thrones series. Not sure which tour to take? Ask one of our award-winning team. We would be happy to advise. Since 2007 we have been rated No1. Belfast Hotel on TripAdvisor, testament to our excellent customer service or team delivers time and time again. We’ve created a list of the best tours available for exciting things to do in the city and the widen region of Northern Ireland.
Paddy Campbell’s Black Taxi Tours and Cab Tours Belfast: Experience a tour of Belfast with your own personal tour guide in a Black Taxi. This highly recommended tour is given by experienced local cab driver/guide with excellent knowledge of local history. You’ll be picked up from Tara Lodge and shown all the sights of Belfast, both old and new.
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Hidden Belfast Walking Tours: One of our favourite tours. This walking tour shows an alternative side of Belfast with it's rich history. Highlights include the city hall, the Entries, the Albert clock, the Waterfront Hall, the big fish and many churches. Daily tours July & August from Belfast City Hall mid-week 11am; Sat & Sun 12noon. experiencebelfast.com
Belfast Bike Tours: See the beauty of Belfast on a bike. With leisurely tours along the Lagan River and to the Giant's Ring in south Belfast this is a great way to see Belfast while enjoying the open air and getting fit! Tours last approx 2hrs 30mins; cost from £15 per person. Bike hire from £15 per day. belfastbiketours.com
Belfast Running Tours: This tour of approx. 3 miles over 1hr 30mins is a mix of history, fascinating stories and a few myths about the place and the people. Don't worry if you're not the fastest runner as the running is at a very moderate pace and you get plenty of breaks. Every Sunday from Belfast City Hall at 10am. From £8.00 per person. Booking essential belfastrunningtours.com
McCombs Giant’s Causeway Tour: This guided bus tour allows you the opportunity to see the famous Giant’s Causeway with its new visitors centre, stopping off at the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge along the way. The tour leaves Belfast city centre at 9.15am each day with a 6pm return. mccombscoaches.com
Belfast City Hall: Free public tours of City Hall are available Monday to Saturday. Led by an experienced guide, they last around one hour and uncover the history of Belfast City Hall, while exploring some of its finest features.