Discover Belfast in a sustainable and eco friendly way. Hear of the Belfast humble beginnings, its troubled past. Yet rise to be a global leader in its own right. You can choose from a selection of tours or I can bespoke them to suit the assembled group.
As the dust finally settles, why not take a look at it's rich heritage through the eyes of a local gardener, or take one of our half day trips by local bus to a seal colony and Norman Castle Ruin. No more than an hour away form the city center. Or take the Eco Train Journey Walk along sandy beach, and jump on the train again for a railway journey of the world into Northern Irelands second city Legenderry. If you’re interested in enhancing your next trip with an exciting and engaging tour guide, look no further. Check out my current tours and feel free to get in touch with any questions you may have about what I offer.
The Belfast Eclectic City Centre Walking Tour is the most popular experience along #theMartiWay, covering history, the Troubles, architecture, street art, people, industrial heritage and modern day engineering. Leaving from Belfast City Hall and ending in the Cathedral Quarter you’ll discover some Belfast buildings along the way that make the city such a beautiful and unique place.
You'll hear of the colourful history that has shaped this part of the Island of Ireland over 9,000 years and discover some of the famous local street art, people and things invented here.
The Political Murals Street Art and Peace Wall Walking Tour is an alternative view of the period known as the troubles in that it not only gives you the history of those times but where they came from. Discover how the locals lived through those times and helped create the peace we all manage to hold onto today.
The Street Art, Music and Pub Experience is described as a fabulous introduction to help you plan the rest of your time in a fascinating city of the future. Take in great venues that host live music, see street art and go on a wee dander through the streets of Belfast to get your bearings, while Marti points out key things to do in the city centre. You’ll start in St Anne's Square, then discover the birthplace of a new generation of musicians as you meander the narrow entries and hear the history of music in the city.
Tickets are available to purchase at the Visit Belfast Welcome Centre.
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Top Reasons To Visit
- Original walking tours
- Bespoke and tailored to each group
- Bookable both online and in the Visit Belfast Welcome Centre
- Unique perspective
- Small groups