The Irish in America

Belfast City {more than just} Sightseeing Tours

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Have you traced your Irish roots to Belfast, Northern Ireland and are now planning a visit to the old homestead? Aidan McCormack and Belfast City Tours are at your service!

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Belfast City Tours is much more than a sight-seeing bus, circulating through Belfast, providing entertaining commentary, and pointing out historic buildings. Of course they do those things very well, but Aidan and his team also create personal genealogy-based itineraries. Aidan says:

We have an intimate knowledge of our local areas and already work closely with local genealogists and PRONI to deliver bespoke tours to families and small groups.

Simply go to www.BelfastCitySightSeeing.com and take a look at what they offer. An impressive range of tours are listed on the website, in addition to some unique options which will make planning a trip to Northern Ireland a breeze:

  • Day trips to Derry, Giant’s Causeway, and more
  • Airport pick-ups
  • Hotel reservations
  • Boat cruises
  • Walking tours
  • Group activities

Belfast City Tours is a great option for all of your travel needs in Belfast and beyond. Their comprehensive services are unique and their attention to detail is fantastic. They would love to hear from you and get started making your visit to Northern Ireland one you will never forget.

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Author: Aine

I live in Saint Paul, Minnesota. My heritage pretty much covers the map of Ireland: great-great-grandparents from Cork (Crowley, Foley, Regan), a great-great-grandmother from Clare (Quinn), a great-great-grandfather from Fermanagh (McMahon) and his wife's parents from Mayo (McAndrew), a great-grandmother from Connemara (Hannon) married to my great-grandfather from Laois (McCormack), great-grandparents from Sligo (Flannery), and a great-grandmother from Kildare (Hill). All of those people ended up in Minnesota, where my four grandparents were born. Three and four generations after my people left Ireland for America, I retain all Irish heritage. So much for the melting pot...

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