Belfast Political Conflict Tour in Spanish

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Duration: 2:00
Provided by Irish Tourism (NI) Ltd
Spanish  |  2:30 PM

Overview of the tour in Belfast

Although little known to most, Belfast today remains a divided city. About 25 kilometers of a physical wall, separate two religious communities that live next to each other adorned with murals that tell the social, political, and cultural history of the area and the popular heroes to the locals.

Explore both sides of the Peace Wall and the world-famous murals of Belfast – the city that earned its reputation as the world's largest open-air art gallery – up close on foot and hears the stories behind them.

We visit Falls Road and will witness visible signs of this community's desire to be part of the Republic of Ireland. We will then pass through the electronically controlled gates dividing the two locally affected communities as 'Check Point Charlie and walk on the other side of the Wall onto Shankill Road, where you will witness the determination of the locals who wish to remain part of the UK. You will have the opportunity to sign the Peace Wall - if you wish - and leave your message with Bill Clinton and the Dalai Lama.

This activity includes:

  • International Wall Murals
  • D Coy Gardens
  • Check Point Charlie
  • Sign the Peace Wall
  • Shankill Road
  • UVF Mural
  • Site of Shankill Bombing
  • Shankill Peace Garden
  • Bayardo Bar

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Meeting point

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On arrival

The meeting point for this tour is the Divis Tower (Divis Flats) on Divis Street,

Things to note

The tour ends at Lower Shankill Road, with a total walking distance of 5 km.

Free Cancellation

Free Cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. Late cancellation or your non-arrival is not refundable.

Spanish  |  2:30 PM
Tours Organized by Irish Tourism (NI) Ltd