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  • Dublin: Giants Causeway, Dark Hedges, and Belfast Tour

    1. Dublin: Giants Causeway, Dark Hedges, and Belfast Tour

    Tour the coastline of Northern Ireland on this day trip from Dublin. Visit the Giant's Causeway, the Dark Hedges, Dunluce Castle, and Belfast.

    Depart Dublin and travel North, stopping at a service station along the way for breakfast to buy lunch and to stretch your legs. Your first attraction is to take a 5-minute photo stop at the famous and picturesque ruins of Dunluce Castle. Afterward, head to the Giant's Causeway, formed from about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. Enjoy at least 2 hours at the UNESCO World Heritage Site and get up close to the hexagonal columns, often referred to as the "8th Wonder of the World." Take in the fantastic views of the Irish Sea and then spend around 20 minutes traveling along the avenue of intertwined beech trees known as "Dark Hedges." Planted in the 18th-century by the Stuart family, the beautiful sight was used in the Game of Th...

    Special thanks to the driver Vedran, very professional and knowledgeable. He has a kind heart that he always consider dropping off customer to the closest and convenient location. As for Daniel the young energetic tour guy, he is the first person I met during tour, bring gifts and games onboard to cheer up customers, great job! We enjoyed the trip so much, Giant Causeway, Belfast Titanic and the famous filming location Black Hedges. We have a wonderful and memorable day at Northern Ireland! Highly recommend this trip!

  • Belfast: Giants Causeway & Game of Thrones Locations Tour

    2. Belfast: Giants Causeway & Game of Thrones Locations Tour

    Follow in the footsteps of your favorite characters as you visit the avenue of trees known as the Dark Hedges, used as the King's Road location where Arya became friends with Gendry and Hot Pie. Continue to the ruins of Dunluce Castle, said to be the inspiration for Harrenhal. Next, make your way to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Giant's Causeway and explore the 40,000 interlocking hexagonal stone columns.  Next visit the Fullerton Arms, a Game of Thrones-themed pub and restaurant in Ballyintoy, lunch at your own expense. Then, go to the village of Cushendun to see the caves formed by over 400 million years of extreme weather conditions. During your tour, you will also stop at the Carrickfergus Castle, the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, and Larrybane Quarry. At the end of your tour, you will return to Belfast City Centre where you will be dropped off back at the meeting point.

    The tour was really nice and the tour guide is energetic and entertaining at the same time! Very recommended!

  • From Belfast: Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones Day Tour

    3. From Belfast: Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones Day Tour

    Join this tour for an unforgettable day out along the old Antrim coast towards the world-famous Giant’s Causeway. You will first visit Carrickfergus Castle before traveling on towards the old Antrim coastal route where you will wind through the small towns and villages, hearing the stories behind each one. Heading further along the coast before traveling through the nine Glens of Antrim, hearing the myths and legends of the fairies and leprechauns that reside in these Glens. You will then travel through the coastal town of Ballycastle before arriving at the historic fishermen’s access way – the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. Stop to admire the views at White Park Bay and hear the stories behind the beautiful sights. The final stop of the day is at the Giant’s Causeway where you can explore the historic stones and learn about the legend of the Giant Finn MacCool, and how and why he built ...

    Enjoyed the whole trip especially the giant's causeway, would definitely recommend.

  • From Dublin: Giant's Causeway and Game of Thrones Tour

    4. From Dublin: Giant's Causeway and Game of Thrones Tour

    Depart Dublin and discover some of most photogenic locations in Northern Ireland on a Game of Thrones locations tour and visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Giant’s Causeway.  Journey down the tunnel-like avenue of intertwined beech trees known as the Dark Hedges, and spend about 10 to 15 minutes at the site where Ayra Stark, Gendry, and Hot Pie escaped on the King's Road. Continue to the Giant's Causeway to enjoy around 1.5 hours exploring the 40,000 interlocking hexagonal stone columns on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Continue to scenic Ballintoy Harbor, and discover where Theon was baptised in front of Balon and Yara, and where Euron was drowned and crowned to be king. Enjoy around 40 minutes to take in the views and reflect on all the magic and mystery of Game of Thrones.  Drive through the Glens of Antrim to go to Belfast. You will enjoy around 1 hour of free time to a...

    très bonne journée dans les belles terres irlandaises! le guide était aussi très intéressant

  • Giant's Causeway and Belfast Titanic Experience from Dublin

    5. Giant's Causeway and Belfast Titanic Experience from Dublin

    This full-day tour takes you from Dublin to Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland. The pickup time from Dublin City Gallery is at 7:15 AM until 10 April 2019. From the 11 April 2019 onward, the pickup time will be at 6:45 AM. Visit the Titanic Museum and spend 1.5 hours learning the story of the Titanic ocean liner and her ill-fated maiden voyage. The story comes alive with innovative technology, scale models and more. See the Giant's Causeway, comprising about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. Spend 1.5 hours getting up close to this UNESCO World Heritage Site, often referred to as the 8th Wonder of the World. You will have the time to walk along the cliffs overlooking the Causeway taking stunning pictures, before going for a stroll on the Giant's Causeway itself. The tour will then include a photo stop at the magnificent Dunluce Castle. This 13 century castle ruin is known as th...

    Really enjoyed the tour. Everything was organized well. Professional knowledgeable guide told us about country's history, attractions we seen and answered all questions. The only thing - I wish there is more time at the Titanic museum, was just a brief visit. Though overall can recommend this tour.

  • From Dublin: Giant's Causeway Full-Day Trip with Titanic Belfast Entry

    6. From Dublin: Giant's Causeway Full-Day Trip with Titanic Belfast Entry

    Leave the hustle and bustle of Dublin on a full-day trip that boats spectacular views from start to finish. Visit both Titanic Belfast and the Giant's Causeway and soak up the coastal scenery of Norther Ireland.

    From Dublin, go first to the world’s largest state-of-the-art Titanic experience in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, located in the former shipyards of Harland and Wolf. Relive the liner’s tragic voyage, sinking, and eventful discovery on the seabed via exhibits that explain her construction, launch, and history in 9 different galleries. You’ll also be swept away to the Giant’s Causeway. While there, marvel at this jewel of the Antrim coast, the legends of giants, and the unique geological structure composed of thousands of hexagonal stones and symmetrical columns.

    Enjoy plenty of time at this UNESCO World Heritage Site to walk along the cliffs overlook...

  • Game of Thrones & Giant's Causeway: Guided Tour from Belfast

    7. Game of Thrones & Giant's Causeway: Guided Tour from Belfast

    If you are a fan of the thrilling TV series, 'Game of Thrones,' then this tour is for you. Visit some of the iconic sites from the series in Northern Ireland with an expert guide, and hear all the insider gossip about the cast and crew. Departing from central Belfast, walk into the caves where Melisandre of Asshai gave birth to her 'shadow assassin,' and learn gossip about the morally dubious King Joffrey Baratheon. Continue your journey north to Renly's encampment where the mighty Brienne of Tarth battled and overcame Loras Tyrell. Along with many other exciting 'Game of Thrones' related venues, enjoy a visit to the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway. Although it hasn’t been featured in 'Game of Thrones,' the spectacular site is a must-see. On your journey back to Belfast, enjoy one final stop at the Dark Hedges and explore its natural archway of intertwined trees where Arya Stark dress...

    amazing tour, worth while and our tour guide tommy was amazing and very friendly

  • Giant's Causeway Full-Day Guided Tour from Belfast

    8. Giant's Causeway Full-Day Guided Tour from Belfast

    On this full-day excursion to the Giant’s Causeway you’ll leave Belfast at 09:45 with your Irish guide and fellow travel partners for a drive through the rolling farmland of County Antrim to the northern coast of Ireland – an area of outstanding natural beauty. Take an exhilarating walk across the rope bridge to Carrick-a-Rede Island for a real cliff-top experience. This 30-meter deep and 20-meter wide chasm is traversed by a rope bridge erected by salmon fishermen. Visitors bold enough to cross to the rocky island are rewarded with fantastic views of Rathlin and the Scottish islands. Consider crossing at your own risk for a small optional charitable donation to the National Trust, the registered UK charity that maintains the bridge. The Giant's Causeway has often been described as the 8th wonder of the world, and once you have visited the site you’ll quickly see why. The area consist...

    Our pick up was very late due to some passengers not coming back to the coach at the correct time. We were waiting to be collected in Belfast and were about to give up and do something else when the coach appeared. Please remember to keep to the times advised by the bus driver. Our driver Paul was wonderful. He was funny but very helpful and considerate given that my husband was disabled and required a wee bit of help getting on and off the coach. Lunch was expensive, so bring your own or be prepared to spend a fair bit. I walked down to the Giant's Causeway bypassing the visitor's centre thinking that I could get the shuttle bus back up the very steep hill. Please check that the bus is working. The day I was there it was not and apparently a sign was posted in the visitor centre which I did not see. The journey uphill was daunting and on a very hot day, exhausting. The Causeway was fabulous and I am glad I went despite the unwanted walk uphill. Highly recommended tour.

  • Giant's Causeway: Walking Tour

    9. Giant's Causeway: Walking Tour

    Explore the unique and stunning Giant's Causeway with your knowledgeable and passionate guide. Listen to accounts of the social, economic, and cultural history of the area. You'll also learn about the wildlife that resides here as well as the flora and fauna in the area. The Giants Causeway is the only naturally created UNESCO World Heritage site in Ireland. It's located in the North East of Northern Ireland in County Antrim and is considered by many to be the highlight of their journey along the famous Causeway Coastal Route. The iconic landmark is best described as a natural pier of 40,000 interlocking basalt columns that are divided into 3 individual outcrops separated by dykes. Since the early 17th century it has fascinated geologists, inspired artists, and, from the mid 18th century onwards, has been an attraction for travelers from across the world. On this tour, you'll gain pers...

  • Belfast: Giant's Causeway Coastal Adventure - Myth & Legends

    10. Belfast: Giant's Causeway Coastal Adventure - Myth & Legends

    Head out on the old Antrim coastal road to the northern tip of Ireland on this full-day tour from Belfast. Pass 12th-century Carrickfergus Castle en route. Stop in the picturesque village of Carnlough and take a walk by the small harbor. Continue along the coast and then through the Glens of Antrim, hearing the myths about the fairies and leprechauns said to reside there. Stop for lunch in the coastal town of Ballycastle, before heading to the Giant's Causeway. You'll hear the legend about the Giant Finn MacCool and the uniquely shaped stones. Enjoy access to the visitor's center and explore the history with insightful commentary from your audio guide. End the tour with photo stops at Dunluce Castle and the famous Dark Hedges

    Stuart was a fantastic guide - knowledgeable and very funny. Even though I’m not a GOT fan, I thoroughly enjoyed the day.

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based on 284 reviews

The Tour Guide and Bus Driver was so friendly and very accomodating, got plenty of jokes too and are so knowledgeable of the history of the places we visited. They have stories of fantasy and folklore that is entertaing and inspiring to listen to.

Besides the great sites and weather, Sean, as our guide, was wonderful. He added so much to the day with interesting information and resiliency to changing conditions. Our driver, Thomas, was coolly competent and never got rattled.

A packed Itinerary, the guide was very informative throughout the trip. Learnt lots of facts about each place we were going to. It’s a trip that’s lasts over 12 hours but they stop for refreshments. Well worth the money.

We had an amazing day and the guide was just fantastic! Really entertaining yet very informative. You see a lot in one day but it doesn't feel rushed at all.

Antonio and Nicolas are the best tourguide and driver ever! We stopped by many beatiful places on the way to destinations.