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Condor Executive curates the very best experiences and luxurious accommodation Ireland has to offer on a bespoke private basis and on much-loved public tours.

Our mission is to create memories that last forever. And when visitors’ faces light up, their eyes widen and their lips twitch into smiles (as they always do), we know we’ve got it right.

So get in touch, let’s get to know one another, let us take care of you and your trip to Ireland.


Tourism NI's Mission is to build the value of tourism to the local economy. Our Vision is to confidently and passionately champion the development and promotion of the Northern Ireland experience.

Experience the beauty of Northern Ireland and visit our unique attractions such as: Belfast, Walled City Of Derry/Londonderry, The Causeway Coastal Route, Armagh, The Fermanagh Lakelands, The Mourne Mountains, The Sperrins, Rathlin Island, Lough Neagh, Strangford Lough
5-STAR RATED HISTORICAL WALKING TOURS IN BELFAST
Historical Belfast Walking Tours was established in 2015 with the aim of offering a new and unique way to explore Belfast's fascinating past. Led by historian and guide Jason Burke, you will be in the hands of a passionate, knowledgeable, and experienced guide. As a History post-graduate, Jason has created tour content of academic quality fused with entertainment and local wit.

Let us take you 'off the Eaten Track' in Belfast!
The award winning Belfast Food Tour takes you on a 4-hour fun and food filled guided walk to some top food and drink spots around Belfast City Centre.
We start in the historic St George’s Market, meeting producers, then visit traditional bars, world-class shops and finish in a top restaurant in the lively Cathedral Quarter, eating and drinking over 25 of some of the best local food and drink along the way.
No need for breakfast, nor will you need lunch, and leave the car behind! Our enthusiastic local foodie guides ensure guests get a flavour for the city and the produce of Northern Ireland.
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