Grab your friends for a truly unique way to see the sights. Cycle past iconic landmarks accompanied by your on-board Guide and Barista. Visit our favourite haunts. Soak up the history. Raise a toast and get the craic! An outdoor city experience like no other.
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Our bikes run purely on pedal power so get your legs ready! Each bike carries up to 15 people, although we need at least 8 of you to traverse the streets of the city. You can book one or just a few seats and we’ll match you up with some other lovely travellers. A bigger group of 8+ and you’re all set to power the bike. Any more than 15 and you should plan to book two bikes.
We have a simple and helpful booking system so click below and let us take you through your booking step-by-step.
Collaboration is our bag. We work with partners on all types of events, corporate team building, product launch, brand collaboration, event hosting, whatever you have in mind. Get in touch if you’re looking to take your festive celebrations to the next level, we can promise a most memorable way of giving back to your team.
Book solo or team up with your besties to create the top tour squad in town. If you are booking for one or just a few we’ll team you up with some others to make sure you have enough pedal power. If your group is 8 or more, you’re all set to power the bike and for a group bigger than 15, you’ll need two bikes.
Decide where you’d like to circuit and when, choose via our slick booking system and get ready to let the fun planning begin.
We operate on a BYO basis. If you are booking a full bike and would like to order a keg (of beer or prosecco), give us a shout and we’ll point you in the right direction. If you’d rather bring your own favourites (Taytos and tea for example!), that sounds perfect too.
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Belfast’s answer to the leaning tower of Pisa, this is one of the City’s best-known landmarks. The sandstone clock was constructed between 1865 and 1869 and stands 113 feet tall in a mix of French and Italian Gothic styles. The base of the tower features flying buttresses with heraldic lions. As a result of being built on wooden piles on marshy, reclaimed land around the River Farset, the top of the tower leans four feet off centre, which can make you feel a bit giddy when looking at it.
One of Belfast's best kept secrets and certainly one of the city's most interesting drinking spots, we love this narrow, atmospheric bar for it's history and provenance. Founded in 1868 and famous for it's extensive whiskey collection as well as it's eclectic artwork displays, this wedge-shaped corner building is well worth a stop.
Photo credit: William Murphy
This is the oldest licensed premises in the City and is famous for it’s local music; unrivalled pints of Guinness and world class Irish stew. The original two-storey pub was built in 1720 by Belfast merchant Hugh Kelly who kept it as a bonded warehouse in which rum, gin and whiskey were his mainstays. It was a meeting place for Henry Joy McCracken and the United Irishmen when they were planning the 1798 Rising. The story goes that McCracken hid behind the bar when British soldiers came for him.
This neat little square sits in-between the City Hall and the Europa Hotel (infamous for being ‘Europe’s most bombed hotel’ during the Troubles) and is a stone’s throw from some of the most famous bars in Belfast including the Crown Liquor Saloon, Robinsons Bar and Brennan's Bar . If you’re looking for a party then this is one of the main areas to come to at night-time whether it’s for food, drink or a even a wee dance.
Photo credit: Charlie Dave
‘Where the gallows once stood and souls met their demise.’ This was how poet Stephen Clarke described this part of the City, which is now a favourite spot for street performers and home to one of Belfast’s most impressive modern sculpture’s called ‘The Spirit Of Belfast’. There are five pedestrianised streets that converge at Corn market - it’s a trendy hang out and popular meeting point.
Photo credit: William Murphy
Dating back to 1895, this majestic building was designed by renowned architect Frank Matcham and is home to two theatres and three bars. A favoured venue by both international companies and local groups, the Grand Opera House has been part of Belfast’s vibrant theatre scene for over 100 years - the Christmas Pantomime is the hot ticket with local families year on year (ask your tour guide who May McFettridge is if you don’t know already!).
Offering traditional food and drink, this lively bar can be found down the historic Winecellar Entry off Lombard Street. It offers live music at weekends and is popular with sports fans boasting large plasma screens showing the latest action. This is one of the top Belfast haunts if you’re looking for a ‘class’ pint of stout and some local atmosphere.
Robinsons is a great choice for a night out with five venues under one roof. Perhaps most famous is the Saloon on the ground floor where you’ll find original memorabilia from Titanic. Steeped in Irish tradition and also packed to the rafters with little bits of history, Fibber Magee's is a traditional Irish music bar so pull up a stool by the open fire and enjoy tunes from traditional musicians, every night of the week. If you are after something a bit different, then Robinson’s also offers a karaoke bar, a sports bar and a bistro.
Perhaps the most iconic building in Belfast, City Hall was built in 1906 and divides the commercial and business areas of the city. Look out for the illuminations as they light up the building in a variety of colours and combinations at night, showing off the building's beautiful baroque revival architectural features. Free public tours are offered daily inside the building and there’s also a coffee shop and gift shop. In the grounds of City Hall you can visit the Titanic Memorial Gardens or picnic on the lawns.
Every month we choose our favourite tour crew. Whether standing out with your eye-catching outfits or just keeping us entertained. This month we had the pleasure of hosting a crowd of Peaky Blinders no less!
We raise a glass to our Toasters of the Month – whoever stepped into the Wee Toast Corner and lifted our spirits with a heartfelt verse, a hilarious anecdote or a travelling tale to take home with us.
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