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7 hours ago, VMax1700 said:

Dublin traffic is highly congested, so I would suggest that for a first visit overview of the city and its sights, you should just use a Ho-Ho bus.

 

Yes, unless you're planning on getting out of the city and heading to the Wicklow Mountains (Powerscourt, Glendalough) or to Newgrange or elsewhere, you should be fine walking and/or taking the bus around.

 

In Belfast, were you planning on staying in the city (Troubles tour, visiting Titanic Belfast, etc.) or visiting the Causeway coast? (Both are very good options.)

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23 hours ago, Slyfox16 said:

For someone who has never been to either city, would appreciate recommendations on good tour companies to use. Thanks

In May last year we used McComb's Coach Travel.  We had a minibus with a great driver/guide and spent a couple of hours in the Titanic exhibit (book your tickets in advance, this is a must see in Belfast) after which we were driven to Giant's Causeway.  We spent a good amount of time there and then returned to Belfast with the driver pointing out sights, including the famous murals.  We paid 130 British pounds for the 2 of us and had a great day.

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Both are fairly compact cities with solid public transit systems.

 

Unless you want to take a tour to Giants Causeway out of Belfast or maybe a Peace Wall tour, there's really no reason to hire a guide.

 

Same thing for Dublin.  

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We took a private tour with Elegantirishtours they have good reviews on TripAdvisor. We visited Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Giants Causeway, Belfast City and Crumlin Road Gaol. In Dublin we took the HOHO bus and an excellent tour up to the Wicklow Mountains, Powerscourt, & Glendalough with https://wildwicklow.ie/wild-wicklow-tour/ they have excellent reviews on TA. The scenery was beautiful!

Enjoy your cruise.

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