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Meet in the vibrant Titanic Quarter, get on your bike and head off to experience Belfast!
Over the River Lagan to kiss the Big Fish (otherwise known as the Salmon of Knowledge) and see Belfast’s own leaning tower. Then you’ll head in to Belfast’s hot spot, the Cathedral Quarter, and stop for some photos with some of the world’s best street art.
After that you’ll travel through the city centre to see the magnificent Belfast City Hall where your guide will tell you which African city has an exact replica within it. The on to one of Belfast’s oldest pubs and the most bombed hotel on the planet (it’s unlikely to happen again anytime soon).
Heading south you’ll reach the beautiful Belfast Botanical Gardens, Victorian era Palm House and Queen’s University before crossing the River Lagan again to ride city bound, taking in the views along the way.
- £28 per bike ages 12 up
- £10 ages 1-3 carrier seat
- £20 ages 4-12 along trailer or bike
One of the last stops will be the sumptuous St George’s market. The smells, tastes and sites will be unforgettable so you’ll take some time to sample as much as you can here.
October to March: Wednesday to Sunday 12pm to 3pm
April to September: Wednesday to Sunday 10am to 1pm, 1.30pm to 4.30pm
Top Reasons To Visit
- Fun and informative tour
- See parts of the city only this tour can show you
- Eco friendly: help keep Ireland green
- You can cover so much of the city by bike
- Stay healthy and have fun