The Northern Irish capital is experiencing a significant revival of interest as a tourist destination lately. Chartered bus by coach Charter Germany
will drive you to the fascinating wonders that this city possesses, and finally attracting rightful attention after years of relative peace. Coinciding with the recent centenary of the sinking of the Titanic, as the iconic liner was built in Belfast's dockyards, it is a great opportunity to explore. When you arrive at Belfast airport then our airport shuttle will be your professional host that will take you to Belfast for a memorable journey. Bus Company will be delighted to show your party how Belfast has a friendly atmosphere with a great sense of humor, an ever-growing range of places to eat, drink and have fun, but still has a feeling of a small town that makes it easy to get around and relax. Tour bus
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Do you need inspiration for what to check in Belfast? Please find below our top 10 places to explore in Belfast:
1. Titanic Belfast
would demonstrate the dockyards of the old Harland and Wolff shipyard at Belfast where the Titanic ocean liner was erected. Components from the Titanic's internal features were reproduced with care to details. Also there are contemporary bills from the ship's sinking to be read by interested visitors.
2. Botanic Gardens
Chartered bus can driver you to the garden that was developed in 1828 as a personal park, but it was opened to ordinary people as the botanic gardens after around seventy years. The structures there were designed by Irish iron creator Richard Turner who created the famous Kew and Glasnevin glasshouses.
3. St Anne’s Cathedral
At the early start of the twentieth century, Belfast's cathedral was erected in phases on the former location of the old St. Anne's parish church from 1776. Tour bus understood a neo-Romanesque style construction was built with plenty of exceptional features, such as carved tympanums at the western entrance, carved column capitals within the nave and an ambulatory apse.
4. HMS Caroline
This Naval ship started service in 1914 and was anchored within the Titanic Row vicinity. The HMS Caroline is the only surviving vessel which fought in 1916 through the Battle of Jutland. Bus company advices when you are on board the ship to explore the cabins and mess quarters, and view the immersive displays about World War One naval combat.
5. Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
The Ulster Folk Museum has composed some historic homes from all over Northern Ireland, to construct "Ballycultra" the imaginary municipality to illustrate Ulster and how Existence in the 20th century was. Coach Charter Germany suggests hiring Bus Company coach to reach this large museum as it is possibly about 25 minutes to drive.
6. Grand Opera House
The Grand Opera House opened in December 1895, designed by the renowned theatre Architect Frank Matcham. What differs this building to the rest of UK theaters, is the effect of the oriental architecture featuring the domes on the front. Bus Rental is your best option to drive there.
7. Cave Hill Country Park
Cave Hill is rooted with heaths, meadows and moorlands, with very interesting archeological places and panoramic views of the area, such as Belfast Lough, Mourne, Carrickfergus and the Scottish coast. Bus Company is your partner for this trip.
8. Belfast Castle
At the Cave Hill Country Park's southern boundary is a grand Scottish Opulent Manor, designed during the 19th century by George Chichester, Donegall's 3rd Marquess. The house's name is derived from the Norman Belfast Castle, which was originally in the very cnter of the city.
9. Belfast Zoo
Bus Company can suggest one of the most popular places with visitors in Northern Ireland, the Belfast Zoo. It is located on 22 lush hectares at Belfast Castle’s northern side. You can find about 130 different species, with a variety of preferences such as giraffes, zebras, tigers, lions and Asian elephants. There is also a huge number of primates around.
10. Albert Memorial Clock
At almost 35 meters tall, this neo-Gothic Victorian landmark is open on Queens Square. Tour bus
understands the square is situated on land reclaimed from the river. The clock tower was designed in memory of Queen Victoria's husband and consort Prince Albert in the late 1860s.
Airport shuttle by Coach Charter Germany
will pick you and your party from one of the two Belfast airports or any other location in and around the city. Driving to the city center can take half an hour by airport shuttle. We are the airport shuttle that gives you adaptability when you are able to build your individual group tour. Our airport shuttle will be the right companion for you when you drive your group around Belfast.
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