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4.6 / 5
based on 1,500 reviews

A must do tour, Cormack is an amazing guide ....

Thank you Cormack for a very balanced, informative tour. The depth of knowledge and the interest that Cormack holds and was able to share was amazing. It is obvious that he takes great pleasure in sharing his heritage and history with you. He also entertained my Mum and I throughout the tour. We both enjoyed the “craic” immensely ! Cormack also had plenty of tips he shared for our stay, that you certainly will not get from your guide book I would highly recommend undertaking the tour before you venture out and about doing other things, it will give you a really good appreciation for the life that the citizens have and still endure. It stayed with us throughout our visit and I am sure it gave us both a different perspective to our visit than if we go had just undertaken the obvious sites and experiences. “Walking a few steps in somebody else’s shoes” We can not recommend Cormack and his tour highly enough 5 stars does not begin to rate this. It is a must do and Thank you Cormack

Belfast: Political Taxi Tour Reviewed by

Eye-opening account from participants - IRA and UVF

Rocky did the Republican side and Jake did the Loyalist side. Coming from Dublin I have an innate understanding of the nationalist / republican side, but the first-hand accounts from an ex IRA volunteer were to say the least eye-opening. I knew what happened in a dry almost academic sense but had no idea of the stories nor of the effect of the Troubles on both communities. I thoroughly enjoyed Jake's account and he effectively countered the Republican narrative about the troubles. In effect the "troubles" were in large measure a civil war between loyalists and republicans with the loyalists attacking republicans and those perceived as supporting them. Both men said they do not want to see the troubles re-occur, and that was heartening. Both admitted that more innocent people were killed during the troubles than combatants. As an Irish person, I am convinced that we must make an agreed Ireland (whatever that may be) a warm house for the likes of Jake, Rocky and all of us.

Belfast: Political Conflict 3-Hour Walking Tour Reviewed by

A really insightful tour with two guides who shared their stories.

Both Eugene and Mark, our two opposing tour guides, did wonderfully well in putting both sides of this terrible divide. They explained some of the history that got them and us to this impasse. They tried and mostly achieved unbiased explanations, creating and describing the two separated areas of Belfast. I would recommend the tour to anyone seeking an insight into “The Troubles”. This story has some time to run before a solution is worked through. Thank you to Eugene and Mark in sharing their stories. Also loved the earpieces.

Belfast: Political Conflict 3-Hour Walking Tour Reviewed by

Brilliant, informative, unbiased and entertaining.

Our driver Steve was on time and very friendly. The tour was not rushed in fact lasted an hour and a half(should have been an hour). Steve explained everything clearly and didn’t bombard us with too much information and always asked if we had any questions. He was unbiased and made us laugh a lot even though the subject of the tour was serious. I would recommend this tour as it was hard to believe that a few miles from the centre of Belfast in 2019 there is a wall and divided community.

Belfast: Political Taxi Tour Reviewed by

Very interesting to get the two versions of a modern conflict

It was very interesting to learn about the conflict from people who actually lived it. We learned a lot about the complexity of the situation and the consequences of the conflict in the daily life of people in Belfast. We were far from imagining this. However better to have a very good English level as the Irish accent is not easy to understand when you are not used to it.

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