Leaving the City centre we step back in time as we walk through the cobbled alleyways of Cathedral Quarters with their 19th century whiskey warehouses and red brick industrial buildings - now vibrant pubs and restaurants. All sitting in the shadow of Saint Anne's Anglican Cathedral .
Passing along by Belfast's famous Albert Clock to stroke the "big fish" and catch the panoramic views from the footbridge over the River Lagan.
Great views and stories of the birthplace of Titanic, Waterfront, Custom's House and the Statue of Harmony.
An opportunity to step into the busy St George's Market before moving on to take in the beauty of the 19th Century Gothic architecture of Saint Malachy's Catholic Church.
Step through the history of the linen industry around the buildings of Bedford Street on route to admire the ceramic finish of the famous Crown Bar with the Grand Opera House just across the street.
A step inside the Linen Hall Library provides an opportunity to study the wall pictures and artifacts of "The Troubles" within this amazing hidden gem.
Finish the tour in the centre of Belfast at the City Hall . Stroll around the grounds and learn about the good and the great of Belfast's past.
Above tour lasts approximately 3 hrs and requires a moderate level of fitness. Suitable outdoor wear is also required.
All Tourist Guides are professionally Accredited Blue Badge Local Guides. In the event of unforeseen circumstances Guides may have to make changes to above route.
GROUP BOOKING ESSENTIAL 0044(0) 77 4051 1442 GROUP PRICE (max 25) £95