Newgrange & Belfast

Newgrange & Belfast Tour Itinerary

 

Departing your hotel you will be transferred directly to Newgrange (www.newgrange.com) as this is one of the most visted sites in Ireland. It is essential to be there early to gain admission on the next available tour. Your admission includes access to the interpretive centre, a private bus drive out to the tomb and guide. Booking is not accepted in advance for small parties. This megalithic passage tomb dates back to 3200 BC. According to Celtic lore, the legendary Kings of Tara were buried here.

From Newgrange you will travel to Belfast city we can arrange for you to do a “Black Cab Tour”
A Belfast Black Taxi will take you on educational and enlightening journey of the famous Belfast Murals. You will learn the history and politics of Belfast and Ireland.
You can also visit the The Titanic Museum which opened in 2012 and showcases Belfast maritime history and is located on the famous shipyard of Harland & Wolff in the city’s Titanic Quarter.

This tour last approximately 6 to 8 hours.
Admission is not included to Newgrange or The Titanic we do recommend you purchase these online and book your time slots.
Black Cab Tour you must pay the driver direct. The currency will be in pounds so your driver will stop at an ATM

Whats Included:
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What’s not included:
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Duration:
1 Day

Book in advance:
Tourists attractions needs to be booked in advance

Minimum hire of 6 hours per tour

Tour Detail

Newgrange

Founded in 1592, Ireland’s oldest surviving university. Guardian to some of our foremost national treasures, such as the 9th century Book of Kells and the Brian Boru harp. Science Gallery nominated for the European Museum of the Year. A short visit will entice a visitor to return on many other occasions.

Belfast City

A historic time in the development of Dublin.  Examples of Georgian Dublin would be The Custom House, The Four Courts and Dublin City Hall.  You would also have the beautiful Georgian Front doors. The private restored homes would be located at Merrion Square and Fitzwilliam Square.

Titanic Museum

A historic time in the development of Dublin.  Examples of Georgian Dublin would be The Custom House, The Four Courts and Dublin City Hall.  You would also have the beautiful Georgian Front doors. The private restored homes would be located at Merrion Square and Fitzwilliam Square.

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