This week sees the 50th anniversary of Bloody Friday. The most violent day of the most violent month of the most violent year of the Troubles.
Some people think there isn’t much to do or that the city isn’t much fun on a Sunday morning before the shops and pubs open. But they would be wrong. Very, very wrong.
Where are the best and closest places at the end of the tour to get a tasty lunch? Here's a few of our favourite recommendations.
The Belfast Covenant Trail Free Tour on Friday 24th September 2021
Tour guide and local historian James Ellson steps into the past with a short video on how Belfast gets its name.
Gabe has been with us ever since retiring from the Civil Service a few years back and describes himself as the 'oldest and wisest of the guides' (and we're not arguing).
The latest in our series of guide interviews - James explains why he became a tour guide, what he loves about the job and tells us about his favourite things to do and places to go in Belfast and beyond.
Belfast is famous for its murals, many of which commemorate or memorialise the victims of the Troubles. But why are there so few memorials in the city centre, where so many of the attacks happened?
Jessica Barreda, DC Tours' native Spanish guide tells us a little about herself and how she came to be tour guiding in Belfast.
DC Tours' lead guide Paul 'Donzo' Donnelly takes part in the first of our series of Meet The Guide video interviews.
We would like to introduce Django, the newest member of the DC Tours team!
We've been busy making sure our Belfast city walking tours are Covid Safe for this year's visitors. Read all about our Safety Measures here.