Belfast Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

What can I expect
  • Hop on-board the City Sightseeing open-top bus tour of Belfast
  • Discover Belfast’s best sites including Titanic Belfast, City Hall, and iconic murals along the route.
  • Make your own itinerary and visit the attractions you want to visit most!
  • Hear interesting facts about Belfast City with live commentary and multi-language audio.
  • Take great photos on-board the open-top bus
  • Discounts for some events and attractions
Quick Buy
Adults
€16.00
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Children
€8.00
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Family Tickets
(2 Adults + 2 Kids)
€40.00
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Belfast Bus Tour

Make the best of your time in Belfast with this flexible, award-winning hop-on hop-off bus tour. With a 1 or 2 day ticket, you can hop on and off the bus at designated stops, and listen to live and multilingual commentary of the city's culture, architecture, and history. The route has almost 20 stops, including stops at the stunning Titanic Belfast, Wall Murals, City Hall, St. George's Market, and Crumlin Road.

Belfast Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour at City Hall

Visit Belfast’s Best Attractions

The award-winning Belfast City Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off bus tour provides you with a comprehensive tour Belfast city and surrounding areas and allows you to explore the area’s special history and story.

Visit the city’s best attractions and hop off anywhere along the route – you have unlimited travel for the duration of your ticket. One of the most popular stops along the route is Titanic Quarter & Titanic Belfast where you can explore the state-of-the-art visitor experience which tells the story of the Titanic, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, through her construction and launch, to her famous maiden voyage and subsequent place in history.

Belfast Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour passing Harland & Wolff

Some great attractions on the tour include St George’s Market – a heritage market beside The Waterfront Hall and River Lagan, the Cathedral Quarter – Belfast’s cultural hub of Belfast which is characterised by narrow entries and small alleyways, or visit the famous Crumlin Road Gaol & Courthouse - a former prison situated in north Belfast.

Other great Belfast attractions on the tour route include Queens University, Botanic Gardens, Ulster Museum, Great Victoria Street, Grand Opera House, Europa Hotel, and the stunning Belfast City Hall.

Belfast City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Tour Route

Hop On Hop Off Belfast Route

Stop 1: High Street Departure Point - Carrolls Gift Shop, Albert Clock, Starbucks Coffee

Stop 2: SSE Arena - Odyssey Pavilion, W5 Interactive Discovery Centre, Odyssey Cinemas, Ten Pin Bowling

Stop 3: Titanic Quarter - Premier Inn, Titanic Quarter, The Dock Café, PRONI

Stop 4: HMS Caroline - HMS Caroline Tours, Titanic Dock, Green Light and Maritime Mile

Stop 5: Titanic Belfast - Titanic Visitor Experience, SS Nomadic, Vertigo indoor Skydiving, Spud Murphy's

Stop 6: St. George’s Market - Market Days: Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Stop 7: Great Victoria Street - Irish Tour Tickets Tourist Information, Crown Bar, Europa Hotel, Europa Train and Bus Station, Grand Opera House, Holiday Inn Hotel, Hampton by Hilton Hotel

Stop 8: Dublin Road - Golden Mile, Etap Hotel

Stop 9: Shaftsbury Square - Lavery's Bar, Benedicts Hotel, Crescent Arts Centre

Stop 10: Queens University - Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, Tropical Ravine (Tours)

Stop 11: Eglantine Avenue - Windsor Park International Stadium, Malone Lodge Hotel, Lisburn Road Shopping

Stop 12: Culturlann McAdam O'Fiaich - Art Gallery, Bookshop and Gifts (Café & Tourist Information, James Connolly Memorial Statue

Stop 13: Falls Road - Falls Memorial Garden, Bobby Sands Mural

Stop 14: International Wall Murals - Peace wall, St Peter's Cathedral

Stop 15: Belfast Peace Wall - Hop off to leave your mark

Stop 16: Spectrum Tourist Information Centre - Spectrum Information Centre, Shankill Road Wall Murals

Stop 17: Shankill Memorial Garden - WWII Murals, Queen Elizabeth Mural

Stop 18: Crumlin Road - Crumlin Road Gaol

Stop 19: Donegall Street - Clifton Street Poor House (Tours), St Patricks Church, St Anne's Cathedral (Tours), Cathedral Quarter

Covid-19 Update from City Sightseeing Belfast

City Sightseeing Belfast have implemtented the following measures in response to COVID-19

There will be a limit on how many passengers will be seated on vehicles. Social distancing measures will be implemented to ensure that passengers are safe whilst visiting Belfast. Seats will be blocked that are too close to other passengers or team members. Face to face seats will be blocked.

Liquid hand sanitizer for passengers hopping on and off are provided. All buses are being cleaned daily to help stop the spread. Team members wash their hands every time before they board a vehicle. Masks will be provided when joining the tour.

Vouchers can be shown on technological devices so there is no cross contamination.

Headphones will be given to passengers when joining. They will be in plastic bags that have been sanitized. We ask that customers please reuse these headphones.

City Sightseeing Belfast will be carrying out temperature checks on all passengers boarding buses. Please be ready for your temperature to be taken.

If your temperature is above NHS guidelines, you will be denied entry onto the coach/bus and advised to go home and self-isolate.

  • Supplier can accept a mobile or paper voucher for this activity.
  • Buses have live and pre-recorded audio commentary. Audio guide languages are English, Mandarin, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
  • Tour operates every 60 minutes.
  • Due to the impact of the COVID 19 pandemic, tours may be changed on a daily basis. Please contact on 02890 321 321 for updates on the tour.
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