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Taxi Tours

The taxi tour is an attraction synonymous with Northern Ireland, offering a more intimate type of tour and often focusing on the recent history and politics of the region.   

Taxi tours are available from a range of companies in both Belfast and Londonderry/Derry, and regularly involve London-style black cabs.

How better to learn about a city than from the men and women who drive its streets and meet its people on a daily basis?

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Erne Heritage Tours, Belleek, Enniskillen

Unlock the secrets of Fermanagh and Ulster, with a general, customized or specialized tour in small or large groups. By car or by coach, full or half day or a few hours leisurely walking tour. See 3,000 years in one day.

Moneymore Heritage Trail, Cookstown

This is a short, easy to follow trail through the village which explains the wonderful rich heritage and culture of this beautiful conservation area. 'Visit Cookstown' Smartphone Guide for videos and audios.

City Sightseeing Derry - Giant's Causeway Tour, Londonderry/Derry

City sightseeing tours Derry are an award winning company. We are world host approved ambassadors of Derry city and are a World Host approved business. This year our team were awarded the Trip Advisors Certificate of excellence.

Foyle Taxi Tours, Londonderry/Derry

Foyle Taxis have employed local drivers for over 50 years. We select only the best to drive for us and all our drivers are approved by DOE. We specialise in Taxi Tours not only in our local city but throughout the North west of Ireland.

City Taxi Tours, Londonderry/Derry

City Taxi Tours is owned and operated by Martin McCrossan, one of the longest established approved guides.

Value Cabs Tour, Belfast

Tours for up to 4 people sharing. Pick-up and drop at your hotel. Uniformed drivers. Tours can be pre-booked by telephone +44 (0) 28 9080 9080. Open 24 hours 7 days a week. Executive and six seater's available.

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