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Belfast Day Trip from Dublin
"Starting from a central Dublin location your day trip departs early to beat the traffic on the drive north to Belfast. In the mid-morning you’ll enter Northern Ireland and reach Belfast the country’s capital city. Here you will have a guided coach tour of Belfast City where you'll be shown the Belfast peace walls that act as peace lines between the Catholic and Protestant communities. Look out for the wall murals that tell stories of community disputes from both sides of the fence.After a light-hearted introdu you’ll have approximately two hours to spend at leisure and your guide will happily offer directions to recommended lunch spots. Suggested Belfast attractions for you to see include Belfast Cathedral (also known as St Anne’s Cathedral)
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Belfast Day Trip from Dublin
"Starting from a central Dublin location your day trip departs early to beat the traffic on the drive north to Belfast. In the mid-morning you’ll enter Northern Ireland and reach Belfast the country’s capital city. Here you will have a guided coach tour of Belfast City where you'll be shown the Belfast peace walls that act as peace lines between the Catholic and Protestant communities. Look out for the wall murals that tell stories of community disputes from both sides of the fence.After a light-hearted introdu you’ll have approximately two hours to spend at leisure and your guide will happily offer directions to recommended lunch spots. Suggested Belfast attractions for you to see include Belfast Cathedral (also known as St Anne’s Cathedral)
From EUR45.00
 
Belfast Day Trip from Dublin
"Starting from a central Dublin location your day trip departs early to beat the traffic on the drive north to Belfast. In the mid-morning you’ll enter Northern Ireland and reach Belfast the country’s capital city. Here you will have a guided coach tour of Belfast City where you'll be shown the Belfast peace walls that act as peace lines between the Catholic and Protestant communities. Look out for the wall murals that tell stories of community disputes from both sides of the fence.After a light-hearted introdu you’ll have approximately two hours to spend at leisure and your guide will happily offer directions to recommended lunch spots. Suggested Belfast attractions for you to see include Belfast Cathedral (also known as St Anne’s Cathedral)
From EUR45.00

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The Bank Bar / The Vault Nightclub

One of Newry's newest and coolest nightspots, the Bank Bar is, aptly, a refurbished bank! It retains the elegance of the old exterior, but inside has been transformed into a chic bar/restaurant.The...
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Old Linen Hall Army Barracks

If like me you have an interest in finding and photographing old military things, then maybe this is for you. The White Linen Hall in Newry was built in 1783 to promote the direct export of linen...
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Bagenal's Castle - Newry & Mourne Museum

As well as housing the very well-presented Newry & Mourne Museum, this building has a fascinating history. It was, for many years, the large 'Victoria Bakery' (the frontage has been retained)....
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Town Hall

Newry town hall is built on top of the three-arched Armagh-Down bridge which spans the Newry/Clanrye river. It is said that this spot was chosen to settle the argument between the people of Armagh...
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Terence Bannon Stone

Climber Terence ‘Banjo’ Bannon was born in Newry in 1967. In 2003 he became only the second man from Northern Ireland to summit of Mount Everest and in 2004 this large granite stone, complete with...
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Proud People Sculpture

This bronze sculpture, by Paddy McElroy, was erected in 1994 to commemorate 850 years of Newry’s existence. It doesn’t look much from a distance but, when you get close, the surface is covered with...
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Woodland Walk

Daisy Hill Wood was once the old Daisy Hill Nursery which was one of the major plant suppliers in Northern Ireland from 1890 to 1990. It was then take over by the Newry and Mourne District Council in...
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