How to book tour of Line of Duty filming locations in Northern Ireland

To fill the void left on Sunday nights by Line of Duty, a new Northern Ireland tour of the show’s filming locations has been set up by Hastings Hotels alongside McComb’s Coach Travel.

Wednesday, 16th June 2021, 3:48 pm
Caroline McComb from McCombs Coach Travel is joined by Cáelán McVeigh from the Grand Central Hotel to launch the new Line of Duty Experience. Photo by Stephen Hamiltonn / Press Eye
Caroline McComb from McCombs Coach Travel is joined by Cáelán McVeigh from the Grand Central Hotel to launch the new Line of Duty Experience. Photo by Stephen Hamiltonn / Press Eye

The Line of Duty Experience, begins with lunch in the Grand Café in the Grand Central Hotel, before a guided coach tour, taking in some of the most recognisable filming locations and finishing the afternoon with an AC12 cocktail or Wee Donkey mocktail in the Observatory – Ireland’s tallest cocktail bar.

Guests will also receive a Hastings’ Line of Duty duck which has been designed with some of Northern Ireland’s best-known sayings.

Julie Hastings, marketing director of Hastings Hotels, said: “Given our namesake with everyone’s favourite Superintendent, we had to be the first to launch a Line of Duty Experience.

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“We are delighted to team up with McComb’s Coach Travel to create this unique tour which takes in some of the most exciting filming locations across Belfast City Centre, a light lunch and finishing off with Line of Duty inspired cocktails in the Observatory. And while you may not float up the Lagan in a bubble, you will certainly enjoy the best views of Belfast and beyond.”

The Line of Duty Experience takes place on July 3, 17 and 31, August 14 and 28 and September 11 and 25. The cost is £49 per person. To book go to www.mccombscoaches.com or call 028 9086 6162.

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