The Titanic Photo by: Google Images

‘Titanic Belfast’ becomes major tourist attraction 100 years after tragedy - VIDEO


The Titanic Photo by: Google Images

CIE Tours is taking advantage of the upcoming opening of the much anticipated ‘Titanic Belfast’ attraction in Northern Ireland.

The centre, which is built adjacent to the dockyards where the ill-fated ship was built over 100 years ago, pays homage to the wreckage and offers historical perspective and interaction for visitors.

In accordance with the upcoming opening, CIE Tours is adding a stop at ‘Titanic Belfast’ to 16 of its Ireland and Ireland/Britain escorted tours.

Following are a description of two of the packages that tourists can choose from which offer Titanic Belfast as a stop on the escorted coach tours.


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The Irish Classic tour is a 12 or 13 day tour that originates and concludes in Dublin, Ireland. Aside from the Titanic Belfast stop, other notable attractions include visiting the West, jaunting car rides and tours of Derry among others.

The Taste of Scotland and Ireland tour is an 11 or 12 day tour, beginning in Glasgow, Scotland and ending in Dublin or Shannon, Ireland. You’ll get to sample great cities such as Belfast, Dublin, and Glasgow, along with other fascinating tourist attractions throughout this adventure.

Other travel packages will be offering visits to ‘Titanic Belfast’ for varying prices. Interested? Head over to www.cietours.com to explore more packages for touring Ireland and Britain.

Below, check out this video from TitanicBelfast's YouTube site showing a time lapse of the construction of the new Belfast centre:


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