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Sightseeing Tours

Discover our vibrant cities and beautiful landscapes such as the Causeway Coast, Mourne Mountains and Fermanagh Lakelands with a sightseeing tour by bus, taxi, boat or on foot.

Open top bus tours and more intimate taxi tours are popular in both Belfast and Londonderry/Derry, while there are numerous options for day trips to famous attractions such as the Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Due to its compact size, most parts of Northern Ireland can be reached within a couple of hours from the main towns and cities, allowing you to see as much as possible during your visit.

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Derrybluebadgeguide.com, Londonderry/Derry

Michael and his team of guides offer guided walking and coach/taxi tours of Derry, Donegal, Tyrone, Armagh, Sligo, the Giants Causeway, Belfast or your destination of choice.

Chaffeur Car Services, Carrickfergus

Belfast City tours of the Titanic centre Peace wall, Queens, Albert clock, Stormont and Carrickfergus Castle. Also indulge yourself in a full 8hr day of the North coast of Antrim and see Giants Causeway, Dunluce Castle, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge.

Millisle - Walking Guide, Millisle, Newtownards

Two miles along the coast road from Donaghadee is the seaside village of Millisle.

Giant's Causeway Tour from Belfast, Bushmills

We give you longer at the awe-inspiring Carricka-Rede rope bridge and the breathtaking Giant's Causeway than any other bus tour companies. We also include a extra stops in our itinerary such as Dunluce Castle and The Dark Hedges.

Giant's Causeway Cliff Path Guided Walk (Away A Wee Walk), Bushmills

A spectacular day tour from Belfast, focused around a five mile cliff walk. The guided route provides spectacular breathtaking coastal scenery along a rugged coastline in an area of outstanding natural beauty which culminates at the Giant's Causeway.

Ulster-Scots Heritage in Ards and North Down, Bangor

“The Founding Fathers of the Ulster-Scots”, James Hamilton and Hugh Montgomery arriving in the Ards and North Down in May 1606 marking the beginning of what would see a flood of thousands of Scottish tenants who were to transform the area forever.

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