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Joey was our guide and he is amazing. Joey is a wealth of knowledge and is nonstop entertainment. The tour was very moving with all of the history of the murals and political distress in Ireland. I wish there was time to actually go in the titanic attraction. However, overall very wonderful day.
Tour guide Shane was friendly and knowledgeable also a very safe driver, took us to the extra out of the way places, would highly recommend it
very informative. The tour guide, Mac did a great job. kept it lively and fun.
Great way to see the country side and visit Belfast. The tour guide/Bus driver - Liam McDonald -was so pleasant and very helpful. The only confusion we had was the meeting point. Should have been more specific that the tour buses will be there on the corner of the 2 streets. Since Belfast is under United Kingdom the currency used is Sterling Pounds and not Euros.
My cousin and I enjoyed the trip very much! Everything was perfect!
On other hand the online price I paid and actual was different. I ended up to pay more.
This tour was a great experience! Luckily there was a last minute booking, and the tour wasn't cancelled I was travelling solo plus this meant that our group was small, which was great, as it had an intimate, family trip-like feel to it. Northern Ireland is an experience in itself as you can really notice the difference, plus Belfast has an interesting history to it. We saw a lot of sights and got some time for ourselves in Belfast for lunch/exploration. We also saw the place the Titanic was built, which was cool, and we got a few opportunities to get out of the coach and take pictures, which was great. The Downpatrick Centre St Patrick was also cool, plus they opened just for us on a Sunday! Our guide was awesome- she was really friendly and open to all questions, plus she really made you feel welcome and as if you were part of the family! Highly recommend!
very good service very friendly staff, thanks to driver Mc. and assistant Tonny, we had a marvellous day.
This tour was brilliant. Our tour guide was very knowledge and funny, he gave us a lot of information on the history of Belfast and it was very interesting to visit the particular areas that we're effected. A very lovely city.
The bus driver/tour guide was fabulous: knowledgeable, friendly, funny, the best! The tour exceeded our expectations. We had a group of 11, which I realize was difficult in terms of coordination but he was exceptional and understanding. The only complaint I have is that the instructions for meeting place are a bit vague for a newcomer to Dublin. To add that people need to meet By the Molly Malone statue would be really helpful since there are so many Discover Ireland places and the Irish it's just around the corner instructions are a bit unsettling and street names not always visible.
It was really good. the best of the tours I had. Its a must do. Nice titanic experience. Have about 20 pounds just for refreshments and coffee.
My family and I enjoyed this day trip to Belfast and would highly recommend it, as well as our tour director, Callum.
Thanks to our lucky January weather and amazing tour guide Mac this trip is a Definite must. From Edinbourgh to Loch Ness we got the full history and photo ops whenever possible, perfect for any length trip to Scotland.
Good quality for a small trip to The Northern sites of Ireland. Tour guide Jim was especially helpful and history and his stories were great!!
Really enjoyed it, a lot of great information provided. Really enjoyed the places we stopped at, especially the places outside of the cities.
This tour gave us the perfect opportunity to stay in Dublin, see Belfast, and also take in Ireland's beautiful countryside. We would have NEVER been able to see on our own everything this tour packed into one day trip. Our guide was excellent with a wealth of knowledge about the people and history of turbulent Belfast. The struggles displayed on the Peace wall(s) made us appreciate better the history behind this city. It was fun to walk the Square and take in a delicious lunch at a local "gas lantern" lit restaurant. After seeing the dry dock where the Titanic was constructed and the building that housed it's architectural firm, made it easy to visualize the every day activities before that fateful voyage. However, Dundrum and the Norman Castle ruins will forever bring a smile because of the 3 local gents atop the Castle enjoying their pints and sending out their well wishes too all! They were the best! Great scenery, great tour, and great memories!
This was a great trip! Our tour guide, Matthew, was very knowledgeable and showed us all the great parts of Belfast and the Northern countryside. I felt I got my money's worth and more!!
Our tour guide Shane was fantastic. He was very nice and informative.
Great day out with a very knowledgable guide who provided lots of information which filled a lot of gaps in my understanding of Irish history. Seeing the peace wall was very moving . Having free time of 2 hours allowed us to do a Black CabTour which was very enjoyable.
Outstanding and very informative. It also provided hope for mankind as I had visited Belfast in the 70's during the troubles and to see it now is promising. Wish we had more time at the Titanic Museum but time spent was enjoyable.
This tour was amazing, tour guide was excellent..
Thanks for the experience!