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Belfast: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Belfast: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

City Sightseeing Belfast - The open-top bus tour gives you the chance to ride around the city, whilst hopping on and off at many different bus stops around Belfast at your own leisure. The tour takes in the ever-changing Titanic Quarter, birth place of the RMS Titanic, and now an exciting new development for the city. The tour then continues onward to visit the impressive Parliament Buildings at Stormont. Then you'll make your way back into the city center to visit the political areas of the Shankhill Road as well as the political Wall Murals and peace lines at Falls Road. The tour then makes its way through the Queens University area back to the city center. Tour Stops: 1. Belfast City Hall 2. SSE Arena 3. Titanic Quarter 4. HMS Caroline 5. Titanic Belfast 6. Waterfront / Laganside / St. George's Market 7. Great Victoria Street 8. Dublin Road 9. Shaftsbury Square 10. Queen's University 11. Eglantine Avenue 12. Cultúrlan McAdam Ó Fiaich 13. Falls Road 14. International Wall Murals 15. Belfast Peace Wall 16. Spectrum Tourist Information Centre 17. Shankill Memorial Garden 18. Crumlin Road Gaol 19. Donegall Street

Belfast: 1 or 2-Day Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

Belfast: 1 or 2-Day Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

Enjoy an open-top bus tour around Belfast and experience all the city has to offer in 1 or 2 days. Stop at 19 locations around the city so you can fully discover each of them at your own leisure. The tour takes in the ever-changing Titanic Quarter, the birthplace of the RMS Titanic, and travels between the peace lines and walls. You'll be able to take in panoramic views from the top deck as you make your way to your next stop. Hop off at any stop, walk around as long as you like, and be picked up every 20 to 30 minutes at the same point. Your ticket also gets you discounted entrance fees to some of the top Belfast attractions. STOP 1 - Donegall Square West STOP 2 - SSE Arena - Odyssey, W5 Discovery, Cinema, Bowling STOP 3 - Titanic Quarter - Premier Inn STOP 4 - HMS Caroline - Titanic Dock, Green Light - Maritime Mile STOP 5 - Titanic Belfast - Titanic Visitor Experience, SS Nomadic STOP 6 - St. George’s Market - Market Days - Friday, Saturday, and Sunday STOP 7 - Great Victoria Street - Crown Bar, Europa Hotel, Grand Opera House STOP 8 - Dublin Road - Golden Mile, Etap Hotel STOP 9 - Shaftsbury Square, Lavery's Bar, Crescent Arts Centre STOP 10 - Queens University - Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, Tropical Hot House STOP 11 - Eglantine Avenue - International Football Stadium, Lisburn Road Shopping STOP 12 - Culturlann McAdam O'Fiaich - Art Gallery, Bookshop and Gifts STOP 13 - Falls Road - Falls Memorial Garden, Bobby Sands Mural STOP 14 - International Peace Wall - Peace wall, St Peter's Cathedral STOP 15 - Peace Wall - Sign The Famous Wall STOP 16 - Spectrum Centre - Shankill Road - Murals History STOP 17 - Remembrance Garden - Shankill Road STOP 18 - Crumlin Road Jail House STOP 19 - Donegall Street - Cathedral Quarter St Patricks, St Anne's Cathedral

Belfast: Giant's Causeway and 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour

Belfast: Giant's Causeway and 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour

*Day 1 - Giants Causeway Tour Information: Depart central Belfast onboard your luxury coach and head out onto the world famous causeway coastal road, voted one of the worlds best drives! Our first stop of the day is Carrickfergus castle where you will have time to grab a quick photo, the castle was built in 12th century by the Normans and still looks incredible even today. Next we will travel through the glens of antrim and navigate the tight famous coastal road to carnlough harbour, a picturesque Irish fishing village that time has almost forgotten. Disembark and stretch your legs, and explore the harbour or grab refreshemnts and use the toilets. We now travel deeper into the glens of antrim and to cushendun caves, discover the stunning caves and enjoy spectacular views over looking the mull of kintyre in Scotland which is easy to see on any clear day. The iconic dark hedges is our next port of call, and is one of the most instagramable spots in Northern Ireland, you will have the chance to walk along the famous road and also grab lunch at your own expense at the local pub. After lunch we re-board the coach and head to the highlight of the tour, the Giant's Causeway. At Ireland’s only World Heritage Site, you’ll spend some time climbing over the ancient stones and enjoying the myths and legends that surrounds this world-famous attraction at no extra cost! After the Giant’s Causeway, we make a short stop at the ancient ruins of Dunluce Castle where you can grab a quick photo before heading back to central Belfast for the final leg of the tour. *Day 2-3 Hop on Hop off Tour Enjoy an open-top bus tour around Belfast to experience all the city has to offer in over 2 days. This sightseeing ticket makes stops at 19 locations around the city so you can discover each of them at your leisure. Stop 1 - Donegall Square West 2 - SSE Arena - Odyssey, W5 Discovery, Cinema, Bowling 3 - Titanic Quarter - Premier Inn 4 - HMS Caroline - Titanic Dock, Green Light - Maritime Mile 5 - Titanic Belfast - Titanic Visitor Experience, SS Nomadic 6 - St. George’s Market - Market Days - Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 7 - Great Victoria Street - Crown Bar, Europa Hotel, Grand Opera House 8 - Dublin Road - Golden Mile, Etap Hotel 9 - Shaftsbury Square, Lavery's Bar, Crescent Arts Centre 10 - Queens University - Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, Tropical Hot House 11 - Eglantine Avenue - International Football Stadium, Lisburn Road Shopping 12 - Culturlann McAdam O'Fiaich - Art Gallery, Bookshop and Gifts 13 - Falls Road - Falls Memorial Garden, Bobby Sands Mural 14 - International Peace Wall - Peace wall, St Peter's Cathedral 15 - Peace Wall - Sign The Famous Wall 16 - Spectrum Centre - Shankill Road - Murals History 17 - Remembrance Garden - Shankill Road 18 - Crumlin Road Jail House 19 - Donegall Street - Cathedral Quarter St Patricks, St Anne's Cathedral

Belfast: Causeway + Game of Thrones Tour + 1-Day City Tour

Belfast: Causeway + Game of Thrones Tour + 1-Day City Tour

Giant's Causeway Tour + Game of Thrones: The first stop of the tour will be at Carrickfergus Castle, the castle was built by the Normans in 1177 AD. It remains one of the best preserved medieval structures in Ireland and presents a great opportunity for photographs. We will now travel along the coastal road towards Carnlough Harbour for a comfort stop, Carnlough Harbour is an old picturesque fishing village. The village will be known to Game of Thrones fans as the Free City of Braavos. We now venture further along the coast road towards Portaneevy viewpoint, at this stop you can see the famous Carrick-a-rede rope bridge (we currently can’t access the rope bridge to cross it as coach tours have no accessibility). Our next location is the iconic Dark Hedges which provides one of the best opportunities for that ‘Instagram’ photo! Fans of Game of Thrones will instantly recognise this as the Kings Road from Game of Thrones. Whether you are a fan of the show or not, these 300 year old beech trees are an incredible sight. This will also be our main lunch stop for the day and you are welcome to eat your pre-packed lunch that you brought with you or we would recommend selecting from a menu and eating at The Hedges Hotel. The next stop in our tour will be at Bushmills, this small village located on the North Coast is filled with a rich history and enchanting natural beauty. Famed as the home to the Old Bushmills Distillery, this picturesque village casts a spell on visitors with its age-old charm, phenomenal landscape, and world-class whiskey. We are now on the build up to our main stop, just before this we will make a quick photo stop at Dunluce Castle, Dunluce is a now-ruined medieval castle which was built in the 13th century. This castle also features in Game of Thrones as the Great Castle of Pyke. The next stop is the highlight of the tour and what you have come to see, The Giant’s Causeway. 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 consists of around 40,000 hexagonal basalt columns formed during a volcano eruption 60 million years ago. This is one of the world’s great natural attractions although many Irish passionately believe the Causeway was built by the Celtic warrior hero Finn McCool. We will tell you the story and let you decide. We will now make our way back to Belfast for approx 6pm. Belfast City Tour 1 Day Pass: This Belfast hop on hop off bus tour provides you with a comprehensive look at this special city and allows you to explore every area with 19 stops around the city. The tour operates seven days per week and tickets are valid for 2 days. If you decide not to hop off on the route the tour will take approximately 1 hour 30 minutes. Some of the attractions where there are stops include Titanic Belfast (Discounts available), Crumlin Road Jail, HMS Caroline, Queens University, Botanic Gardens and the political wall murals.

Belfast: Game Of Thrones Tour & 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Ticket

Belfast: Game Of Thrones Tour & 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Ticket

Day 1 - Game of Thrones Tour Information Visit Carrickfergus Castle, Carnlough Harbour, Cushendun Caves and walk along the Kings Road - 'The Dark Hedges'. Get 90 minutes and full access to the Giant's Causeway famous stones included in your price. View Dunluce Castle which hangs on a cliffs edge for a photo opportunity before returning to Belfast approx 6:00 - 6:30pm on a full roundtrip adventure! After departing central Belfast at 9:00am sharp, a short journey will take you to our 1st stop at Carrickfergus castle, a stunning 12th-century Norman castle. Walk around and take photographs of the harbour and the stunning castle. We now continue the drive along the causeway coastal road, which has been voted one of the worlds most scenic drives, as it brings you over, around and through the Glens of Antrim. Navigating through small towns and villages, hearing about the myths & legends of the leprechauns and fairies that reside in these Glens. Visit Carnlough Harbour and fully discover a key Game of thrones location that acted as Bravoos in Season 6, Episode 7 (The Broken Man). This location also acts as a refreshment stop where snacks can be purchased and toilets can be used. Next we travel to Cushendun Caves which were used more than once in the hit show. Sir Davos Seaworth and Lady Melisandre landed ashore in Season 2 - Melisandre gives birth to a terrifying shadow baby, and in Season 8 the famous battle between Jaime Lannister and Euron Greyjoy. Next travel to The Dark Hedges, otherwise known as the Kings Road. The road famously featured in Season 2 - Episode 1: The North Remembers. This is where Arya Stark escaped from King’s Landing, disguised as a boy. She was with Yoren, Hot Pie, Gendry and others who are to join the Night’s Watch. Walk along the famous tree lined road which has became one of the most Instagramable spots in Northern Ireland! This stop also acts as a lunch stop where lunch can be purchased at your own expense. After lunch, discover the Giant’s Causeway where you can explore, and walk across the historic stones, learn about the legend of Irish giant Finn MacCool. Discover how and why he built the Causeway at no extra cost. Finally & time allowing we visit the viewing point for a photo opportunity at Dunluce castle, which was famously used as the seat for House Greyjoy in the smash hit series! After your day of exploring is done, travel directly back to Belfast via the inland route and get dropped off back at the meeting location in central Belfast, next to Great Victoria Street train and bus station. *Day 2-3 Hop on Hop off Tour Enjoy an open-top bus tour and discover lots of things to do in Belfast, experience all the city has to offer in over 2 days. This sightseeing ticket makes stops at 19 locations around the city so you can discover each of them at your leisure. Stop 1 - Donegall Square West 2 - SSE Arena - Odyssey, W5 Discovery, Cinema, Bowling 3 - Titanic Quarter - Premier Inn 4 - HMS Caroline - Titanic Dock, Green Light - Maritime Mile 5 - Titanic Belfast - Titanic Visitor Experience, SS Nomadic 6 - St. George’s Market - Market Days - Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 7 - Great Victoria Street - Crown Bar, Europa Hotel, Grand Opera House 8 - Dublin Road - Golden Mile, Etap Hotel 9 - Shaftsbury Square, Lavery's Bar, Crescent Arts Centre 10 - Queens University - Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, Tropical Hot House 11 - Eglantine Avenue - International Football Stadium, Lisburn Road Shopping 12 - Culturlann McAdam O'Fiaich - Art Gallery, Bookshop and Gifts 13 - Falls Road - Falls Memorial Garden, Bobby Sands Mural 14 - International Peace Wall - Peace wall, St Peter's Cathedral 15 - Peace Walls Belfast - Sign The Famous Wall 16 - Spectrum Centre - Shankill Road - Murals History 17 - Remembrance Garden - Shankill Road 18 - Crumlin Road Jail House 19 - Donegall Street - Cathedral Quarter St Patricks, St Anne's Cathedral

From Dublin: 3-Day Discover Northern Ireland Tour

From Dublin: 3-Day Discover Northern Ireland Tour

Day 1 You depart Dublin and travel north. You pass through picturesque countryside as you journey to Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland. Here you take a short city tour which covers the capital’s triumphs, tragedies and soul. You get time to discover the Titanic Quarter, a regenerated hub where the famous liner was built and launched in 1911. Leaving its excellent museums and attractions by the afternoon, we head into the incredible rural landscapes of County Down, where you can discover the world famous gardens and estate at Mount Stewart. After exploring the dignified majesty of the 19th century estate, you’ll be driven a short way to the seaside town of Bangor, your cosy base for the next two nights. Day 2  Leaving Bangor in the morning, you head north, following the winding and magnificent Causeway Coastal Route. A truly sensational experience, the journey encapsulates the sweeping valleys and eternal beauty of The Emerald Isle. Along the way you make stops in Glenarm and Ballycastle as well as some splendid attractions. In the afternoon, you enter Giant’s Causeway, where geological beauty and myth collide spectacularly. Leaving Giant’s Causeway, we venture through iconic locations from the TV series*, Game of Thrones, and discover the rich heritage of coastal Ireland. Then you head back to your accommodation in Bangor, where you can relax with a craft beer in one hand and locally caught seafood in the other. *You may have a chance to see the Dark Hedges. Day 3 Beginning a new day of sights and adventures, you leave Bangor and set out along the Ards Peninsula. At Portaferry, we set off on the picturesque ferry across the “Narrows” of Strangford Loch, where you have ample time for photos, whilst taking in the sights, sounds and scents of the loch. Then it’s off to Castle Ward, the location for Winterfell from Game of Thrones. You have the opportunity to discover where the famed and fictional Starks made their dwelling, and what living conditions would have been like for the real residents. From here, you follow in the holy footsteps of St Patrick through his historic, beautiful country. You will have time for lunch here and perhaps a visit to Down Cathedral in Downpatrick or the St Patrick’s centre. Then it’s a stunning, winding drive into the Mourne Mountains, where you’ll stand in awe amongst the towering granite peaks. From here we have a final stop at the shores of Carlingford Loch, before arriving in Dublin.

HMS Caroline: Our most recommended tours and activities

Belfast: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Belfast: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

City Sightseeing Belfast - The open-top bus tour gives you the chance to ride around the city, whilst hopping on and off at many different bus stops around Belfast at your own leisure. The tour takes in the ever-changing Titanic Quarter, birth place of the RMS Titanic, and now an exciting new development for the city. The tour then continues onward to visit the impressive Parliament Buildings at Stormont. Then you'll make your way back into the city center to visit the political areas of the Shankhill Road as well as the political Wall Murals and peace lines at Falls Road. The tour then makes its way through the Queens University area back to the city center. Tour Stops: 1. Belfast City Hall 2. SSE Arena 3. Titanic Quarter 4. HMS Caroline 5. Titanic Belfast 6. Waterfront / Laganside / St. George's Market 7. Great Victoria Street 8. Dublin Road 9. Shaftsbury Square 10. Queen's University 11. Eglantine Avenue 12. Cultúrlan McAdam Ó Fiaich 13. Falls Road 14. International Wall Murals 15. Belfast Peace Wall 16. Spectrum Tourist Information Centre 17. Shankill Memorial Garden 18. Crumlin Road Gaol 19. Donegall Street

Belfast: 1 or 2-Day Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

Belfast: 1 or 2-Day Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

Enjoy an open-top bus tour around Belfast and experience all the city has to offer in 1 or 2 days. Stop at 19 locations around the city so you can fully discover each of them at your own leisure. The tour takes in the ever-changing Titanic Quarter, the birthplace of the RMS Titanic, and travels between the peace lines and walls. You'll be able to take in panoramic views from the top deck as you make your way to your next stop. Hop off at any stop, walk around as long as you like, and be picked up every 20 to 30 minutes at the same point. Your ticket also gets you discounted entrance fees to some of the top Belfast attractions. STOP 1 - Donegall Square West STOP 2 - SSE Arena - Odyssey, W5 Discovery, Cinema, Bowling STOP 3 - Titanic Quarter - Premier Inn STOP 4 - HMS Caroline - Titanic Dock, Green Light - Maritime Mile STOP 5 - Titanic Belfast - Titanic Visitor Experience, SS Nomadic STOP 6 - St. George’s Market - Market Days - Friday, Saturday, and Sunday STOP 7 - Great Victoria Street - Crown Bar, Europa Hotel, Grand Opera House STOP 8 - Dublin Road - Golden Mile, Etap Hotel STOP 9 - Shaftsbury Square, Lavery's Bar, Crescent Arts Centre STOP 10 - Queens University - Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, Tropical Hot House STOP 11 - Eglantine Avenue - International Football Stadium, Lisburn Road Shopping STOP 12 - Culturlann McAdam O'Fiaich - Art Gallery, Bookshop and Gifts STOP 13 - Falls Road - Falls Memorial Garden, Bobby Sands Mural STOP 14 - International Peace Wall - Peace wall, St Peter's Cathedral STOP 15 - Peace Wall - Sign The Famous Wall STOP 16 - Spectrum Centre - Shankill Road - Murals History STOP 17 - Remembrance Garden - Shankill Road STOP 18 - Crumlin Road Jail House STOP 19 - Donegall Street - Cathedral Quarter St Patricks, St Anne's Cathedral

Belfast: Giant's Causeway and 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour

Belfast: Giant's Causeway and 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour

*Day 1 - Giants Causeway Tour Information: Depart central Belfast onboard your luxury coach and head out onto the world famous causeway coastal road, voted one of the worlds best drives! Our first stop of the day is Carrickfergus castle where you will have time to grab a quick photo, the castle was built in 12th century by the Normans and still looks incredible even today. Next we will travel through the glens of antrim and navigate the tight famous coastal road to carnlough harbour, a picturesque Irish fishing village that time has almost forgotten. Disembark and stretch your legs, and explore the harbour or grab refreshemnts and use the toilets. We now travel deeper into the glens of antrim and to cushendun caves, discover the stunning caves and enjoy spectacular views over looking the mull of kintyre in Scotland which is easy to see on any clear day. The iconic dark hedges is our next port of call, and is one of the most instagramable spots in Northern Ireland, you will have the chance to walk along the famous road and also grab lunch at your own expense at the local pub. After lunch we re-board the coach and head to the highlight of the tour, the Giant's Causeway. At Ireland’s only World Heritage Site, you’ll spend some time climbing over the ancient stones and enjoying the myths and legends that surrounds this world-famous attraction at no extra cost! After the Giant’s Causeway, we make a short stop at the ancient ruins of Dunluce Castle where you can grab a quick photo before heading back to central Belfast for the final leg of the tour. *Day 2-3 Hop on Hop off Tour Enjoy an open-top bus tour around Belfast to experience all the city has to offer in over 2 days. This sightseeing ticket makes stops at 19 locations around the city so you can discover each of them at your leisure. Stop 1 - Donegall Square West 2 - SSE Arena - Odyssey, W5 Discovery, Cinema, Bowling 3 - Titanic Quarter - Premier Inn 4 - HMS Caroline - Titanic Dock, Green Light - Maritime Mile 5 - Titanic Belfast - Titanic Visitor Experience, SS Nomadic 6 - St. George’s Market - Market Days - Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 7 - Great Victoria Street - Crown Bar, Europa Hotel, Grand Opera House 8 - Dublin Road - Golden Mile, Etap Hotel 9 - Shaftsbury Square, Lavery's Bar, Crescent Arts Centre 10 - Queens University - Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, Tropical Hot House 11 - Eglantine Avenue - International Football Stadium, Lisburn Road Shopping 12 - Culturlann McAdam O'Fiaich - Art Gallery, Bookshop and Gifts 13 - Falls Road - Falls Memorial Garden, Bobby Sands Mural 14 - International Peace Wall - Peace wall, St Peter's Cathedral 15 - Peace Wall - Sign The Famous Wall 16 - Spectrum Centre - Shankill Road - Murals History 17 - Remembrance Garden - Shankill Road 18 - Crumlin Road Jail House 19 - Donegall Street - Cathedral Quarter St Patricks, St Anne's Cathedral

Belfast: Causeway + Game of Thrones Tour + 1-Day City Tour

Belfast: Causeway + Game of Thrones Tour + 1-Day City Tour

Giant's Causeway Tour + Game of Thrones: The first stop of the tour will be at Carrickfergus Castle, the castle was built by the Normans in 1177 AD. It remains one of the best preserved medieval structures in Ireland and presents a great opportunity for photographs. We will now travel along the coastal road towards Carnlough Harbour for a comfort stop, Carnlough Harbour is an old picturesque fishing village. The village will be known to Game of Thrones fans as the Free City of Braavos. We now venture further along the coast road towards Portaneevy viewpoint, at this stop you can see the famous Carrick-a-rede rope bridge (we currently can’t access the rope bridge to cross it as coach tours have no accessibility). Our next location is the iconic Dark Hedges which provides one of the best opportunities for that ‘Instagram’ photo! Fans of Game of Thrones will instantly recognise this as the Kings Road from Game of Thrones. Whether you are a fan of the show or not, these 300 year old beech trees are an incredible sight. This will also be our main lunch stop for the day and you are welcome to eat your pre-packed lunch that you brought with you or we would recommend selecting from a menu and eating at The Hedges Hotel. The next stop in our tour will be at Bushmills, this small village located on the North Coast is filled with a rich history and enchanting natural beauty. Famed as the home to the Old Bushmills Distillery, this picturesque village casts a spell on visitors with its age-old charm, phenomenal landscape, and world-class whiskey. We are now on the build up to our main stop, just before this we will make a quick photo stop at Dunluce Castle, Dunluce is a now-ruined medieval castle which was built in the 13th century. This castle also features in Game of Thrones as the Great Castle of Pyke. The next stop is the highlight of the tour and what you have come to see, The Giant’s Causeway. 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 consists of around 40,000 hexagonal basalt columns formed during a volcano eruption 60 million years ago. This is one of the world’s great natural attractions although many Irish passionately believe the Causeway was built by the Celtic warrior hero Finn McCool. We will tell you the story and let you decide. We will now make our way back to Belfast for approx 6pm. Belfast City Tour 1 Day Pass: This Belfast hop on hop off bus tour provides you with a comprehensive look at this special city and allows you to explore every area with 19 stops around the city. The tour operates seven days per week and tickets are valid for 2 days. If you decide not to hop off on the route the tour will take approximately 1 hour 30 minutes. Some of the attractions where there are stops include Titanic Belfast (Discounts available), Crumlin Road Jail, HMS Caroline, Queens University, Botanic Gardens and the political wall murals.

Belfast: Game Of Thrones Tour & 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Ticket

Belfast: Game Of Thrones Tour & 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Ticket

Day 1 - Game of Thrones Tour Information Visit Carrickfergus Castle, Carnlough Harbour, Cushendun Caves and walk along the Kings Road - 'The Dark Hedges'. Get 90 minutes and full access to the Giant's Causeway famous stones included in your price. View Dunluce Castle which hangs on a cliffs edge for a photo opportunity before returning to Belfast approx 6:00 - 6:30pm on a full roundtrip adventure! After departing central Belfast at 9:00am sharp, a short journey will take you to our 1st stop at Carrickfergus castle, a stunning 12th-century Norman castle. Walk around and take photographs of the harbour and the stunning castle. We now continue the drive along the causeway coastal road, which has been voted one of the worlds most scenic drives, as it brings you over, around and through the Glens of Antrim. Navigating through small towns and villages, hearing about the myths & legends of the leprechauns and fairies that reside in these Glens. Visit Carnlough Harbour and fully discover a key Game of thrones location that acted as Bravoos in Season 6, Episode 7 (The Broken Man). This location also acts as a refreshment stop where snacks can be purchased and toilets can be used. Next we travel to Cushendun Caves which were used more than once in the hit show. Sir Davos Seaworth and Lady Melisandre landed ashore in Season 2 - Melisandre gives birth to a terrifying shadow baby, and in Season 8 the famous battle between Jaime Lannister and Euron Greyjoy. Next travel to The Dark Hedges, otherwise known as the Kings Road. The road famously featured in Season 2 - Episode 1: The North Remembers. This is where Arya Stark escaped from King’s Landing, disguised as a boy. She was with Yoren, Hot Pie, Gendry and others who are to join the Night’s Watch. Walk along the famous tree lined road which has became one of the most Instagramable spots in Northern Ireland! This stop also acts as a lunch stop where lunch can be purchased at your own expense. After lunch, discover the Giant’s Causeway where you can explore, and walk across the historic stones, learn about the legend of Irish giant Finn MacCool. Discover how and why he built the Causeway at no extra cost. Finally & time allowing we visit the viewing point for a photo opportunity at Dunluce castle, which was famously used as the seat for House Greyjoy in the smash hit series! After your day of exploring is done, travel directly back to Belfast via the inland route and get dropped off back at the meeting location in central Belfast, next to Great Victoria Street train and bus station. *Day 2-3 Hop on Hop off Tour Enjoy an open-top bus tour and discover lots of things to do in Belfast, experience all the city has to offer in over 2 days. This sightseeing ticket makes stops at 19 locations around the city so you can discover each of them at your leisure. Stop 1 - Donegall Square West 2 - SSE Arena - Odyssey, W5 Discovery, Cinema, Bowling 3 - Titanic Quarter - Premier Inn 4 - HMS Caroline - Titanic Dock, Green Light - Maritime Mile 5 - Titanic Belfast - Titanic Visitor Experience, SS Nomadic 6 - St. George’s Market - Market Days - Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 7 - Great Victoria Street - Crown Bar, Europa Hotel, Grand Opera House 8 - Dublin Road - Golden Mile, Etap Hotel 9 - Shaftsbury Square, Lavery's Bar, Crescent Arts Centre 10 - Queens University - Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, Tropical Hot House 11 - Eglantine Avenue - International Football Stadium, Lisburn Road Shopping 12 - Culturlann McAdam O'Fiaich - Art Gallery, Bookshop and Gifts 13 - Falls Road - Falls Memorial Garden, Bobby Sands Mural 14 - International Peace Wall - Peace wall, St Peter's Cathedral 15 - Peace Walls Belfast - Sign The Famous Wall 16 - Spectrum Centre - Shankill Road - Murals History 17 - Remembrance Garden - Shankill Road 18 - Crumlin Road Jail House 19 - Donegall Street - Cathedral Quarter St Patricks, St Anne's Cathedral

From Dublin: 3-Day Discover Northern Ireland Tour

From Dublin: 3-Day Discover Northern Ireland Tour

Day 1 You depart Dublin and travel north. You pass through picturesque countryside as you journey to Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland. Here you take a short city tour which covers the capital’s triumphs, tragedies and soul. You get time to discover the Titanic Quarter, a regenerated hub where the famous liner was built and launched in 1911. Leaving its excellent museums and attractions by the afternoon, we head into the incredible rural landscapes of County Down, where you can discover the world famous gardens and estate at Mount Stewart. After exploring the dignified majesty of the 19th century estate, you’ll be driven a short way to the seaside town of Bangor, your cosy base for the next two nights. Day 2  Leaving Bangor in the morning, you head north, following the winding and magnificent Causeway Coastal Route. A truly sensational experience, the journey encapsulates the sweeping valleys and eternal beauty of The Emerald Isle. Along the way you make stops in Glenarm and Ballycastle as well as some splendid attractions. In the afternoon, you enter Giant’s Causeway, where geological beauty and myth collide spectacularly. Leaving Giant’s Causeway, we venture through iconic locations from the TV series*, Game of Thrones, and discover the rich heritage of coastal Ireland. Then you head back to your accommodation in Bangor, where you can relax with a craft beer in one hand and locally caught seafood in the other. *You may have a chance to see the Dark Hedges. Day 3 Beginning a new day of sights and adventures, you leave Bangor and set out along the Ards Peninsula. At Portaferry, we set off on the picturesque ferry across the “Narrows” of Strangford Loch, where you have ample time for photos, whilst taking in the sights, sounds and scents of the loch. Then it’s off to Castle Ward, the location for Winterfell from Game of Thrones. You have the opportunity to discover where the famed and fictional Starks made their dwelling, and what living conditions would have been like for the real residents. From here, you follow in the holy footsteps of St Patrick through his historic, beautiful country. You will have time for lunch here and perhaps a visit to Down Cathedral in Downpatrick or the St Patrick’s centre. Then it’s a stunning, winding drive into the Mourne Mountains, where you’ll stand in awe amongst the towering granite peaks. From here we have a final stop at the shores of Carlingford Loch, before arriving in Dublin.

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The Driver was very knowledgeable, If you choose this bus company try and get on Gerard’s bus, he will make it an extra special tour! We loved it 👍🏼

Fantastic experience. Saw all the sights of Belfast . The guide made the tour very interesting. Definitely recommend.

Very informative and easy to find, we loved the history lesson and to see the amazing city

Brilliant way to see Belfast, we managed to see so much in one day.

Very enjoyable. The driver/guide was very knowledgeable and funny.