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We enjoyed every minute of the tour,the driver was brilliant,we are from Malta,and we defenetly use viator tours again,we went on the 08.05.14,Saviour and Josephine Caruana,MALTA
Our tour guide was called Bud and I really hope you get to do the tour with him. He made everything so much interesting and at the same time informative. The trip in general was worth while. We were taken to several beautiful spots on our way to Belfast and back. A really positive unexpected trip.
Excellent tour. Our bus driver, Collum, was informative, funny, and considerate. Our tour included the Titanic visitors center, St Patrick's grave, a ruined castle, the Peace Wall and much more.
Outstanding tour and the driver/guide John was very informative. Would choose his guided tour again.
The tour guide Bud was very nice and thoughtful. I really enjoyed and appreciated the trip.
Totally awesome tour! I couldn't recommend it enough! Our guide Connor was great and very knowledgable about many interesting Irish facts. Don't hesitate...it's totally worth the money and you'll kick yourself if you don't go!
Very good - the bus driver was a great travel guide and it was great relaxing and seeing the scenery.
Our day trip to Belfast was excellent! Our tour guide, Gabe, was very personable and knowledgeable about both the history of Ireland, and about the "Troubles". He was an excellent host....highly recommend this trip and ask for Gabe if he is available.
Our Bus Driver/Tour Guide, Joe, made the trip exciting with his humour and his knowledge of Belfast and surrounding area. We travelled in a 15 passenger van and enjoyed his banter.
If you get a chance to see Belfast City Hall take it! What an exquisite building. We were able to see some of the results of "The Troubles" in the height of the fences that are still everywhere. There was graffiti on the 20 ft high fences. Some in honour of fallen Northern Ireland heroes and some asking for continued peace. The Irish National Museum will leave you gob-smacked. I wanted a couple more hours to go through it in more depth.
There is a very distinct difference in the speech between Dublin and Belfast. It is much like the differences in speech between Ontario and the East Coast or mid US and Boston.
Both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are extremely welcoming and friendly.