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Northern Ireland Highlights Day Trip Including Giant's Causeway from Dublin
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Cupar Way, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

If you visit Belfast and you want to learn the history about the people divided and the way that protestants and Catholics handle it then you have to make the Black taxi tour! I don't remember the name of our guide but he told us...More

Thank ThessalonikiMaria
Reviewed 3 days ago

Lots of pictures, some professional and some graffiti, about Belfast's violent past. A guide would be very useful, because many texts and images won't be understood without good background.

Thank ugoren
Reviewed 3 days ago

Visited with hubby on a Belfast City tour. We used the City Tour Hop On Hop Off red bus service (stops 18, 19 & 20). We decided to work through from the Falls Road, through the Peace Gates to Shankill Road viewing the murals along...More

Thank Wasessa
Reviewed 3 days ago

Gosh we live such sheltered lives. Even though living on the same island I had no idea there was so an enormous cement and steel high division dividing Republican and Unionist areas in north and west Belfast. There are gates where people can pass through...More

Thank John C
Reviewed 4 days ago

There is a sad history behind all the colourful and amazing murals on the Peace Wall. The first peace wall was built during the 1960s after the riots between the Catholic and Protestant neighbourhoods. Now it is one of the tourist attractions. I’m glad we...More

Thank faithandhope2live
Reviewed 1 week ago

Growing up with the Troubles and with the Berlin wall, I had no idea the Peace Wall was still standing and used in Belfast. It was so interesting to get to see it and touch it. Hearing how they close the gates and that it...More

Thank Emylee G
Reviewed 1 week ago

This gate and the Peace Wall are a fascinating part of Belfast's more recent history. We stopped here as part of our Black Cab tour and learned a lot about it. We also got to sign the wall. It seems a lot of folks have!...More

Thank Richard M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Belfast is a city of murals but the collection of murals on the Peace Wall are of another calibre as they ope your eyes to the feelings of the people of Belfast. Capturing everything from Nelson Mandela to (I think) the soviets.

Thank Rashid K
Reviewed 1 week ago

Spent 2-1/2 hours touring many areas where "The Troubles" occurred (and although the guns and bombs may have been set down tensions still seem to exist). Including many distinctly Protestant and Catholic neighborhoods, Shankills and Falls Roads areas, numerous memorials, site of pub and other...More

Thank Sebbyboy
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a series of walls throughout the city of Belfast. The number and size of these walls is incredibly larger than I anticipated. The artwork on many of these walls is well done. These walls separate those who are Irish Catholic from UK Protestants....More

Thank dcetraveling
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Yes close at 6 during the winter and 8 during summer 😀
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