https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIZXHKsbCHU Cab Tours Belfast Belfast, a city steeped in history and vibrant culture, has captured the hearts of travelers from around the world. When it comes to experiencing the essence of this captivating city, Cab Tours Belfast stands as a premier choice. Offering unique and immersive guided tours, Cab Tours Belfast takes you on a […]
Belfast black taxi tours start We at Cab Tours Belfast started out as four drivers. We grew up on different sides of the political divide in Belfast. And noticed that taxi tours in Belfast weren’t able to provide an unbiased tour of the history of the murals. As we were from different backgrounds we were […]
The Belfast black taxi cab have been used in Belfast from 1970s. They were used as a means of transport for the working class community in Belfast where The Troubles broke out. A Taxi Service Instead of Busses The black taxis were used almost as a bus service on the Falls Road and the Shankill […]
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Northern Ireland’s murals today are arguably the most famous political murals in the world. This guide lists the murals in Belfast that are worth seeinge.
Our famous Belfast Murals Black Taxi Cab Tour has been featured by America’s most respected authority on European travel, Rick Steves, on his show and his most recent book “Rick Steves Europe”. Check out the video of Rick featuring Cab Tours Belfast.
Bobby Sands was an IRA commander and hunger striker who died in 1981 in Long Kesh Maze prison whilst serving a 14 year sentence.
The Bobby Sands Mural in West Belfast is a world famous mural and one of the murals visited on our award winning Belfast black taxi mural tour. This mural is based upon a photograph of Sands taken during his imprisonment in Long Kesh Prison.
Jackie Counter was a loyalist paramilitary from Belfast who held the rank of lieutenant in the Ulster Defence Association (UDA) and who was shot and killed by the rival loyalist paramilitary organisation the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) in August 2020, because of a loyalist feud.