Leave Dublin and travel by luxury coach to Belfast for a black cab tour, followed by a trip to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Giant’s Causeway and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. From the comfort of your black cab, tour Northern Ireland's capital, seeing all the landmark sites, including the Belfast Docks and the Falls and Shankill neighborhoods. After learning about Belfast’s political history, travel along the Antrim Coastal Drive, stopping to explore the famous rock formations of the Giant’s Causeway and to take the perilous walk across the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
• 13.5 hours
See Northern Ireland's spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Site – Giant's Causeway – on a day trip from Dublin. From the comfort of your luxury coach, you'll see the Causeway's famous rock formations alongside dramatic coastal scenery, as you experience one of the greatest road journeys in the world. Additionally, your Giant's Causeway day trip includes visits to Belfast (Northern Ireland's capital city) and the unique Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
• 14 hours
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Giant’s Causeway and other top Northern Ireland attractions on this full-day tour from Belfast! Traveling by luxury coach, you’ll stop to see Carrickfergus Castle, the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and the Old Bushmills Distillery before arriving at Giant’s Causeway. Climb the site's famous stones with your expert guide and then return to Belfast.
• 8 hours
Combine ‘Game of Thrones’ gossip with a visit to the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway on a full-day tour from Belfast! With a friendly local guide, visit key Northern Irish filming locations that were used in the award-winning HBO fantasy drama while learning about popular characters like Daenerys Targaryen. After seeing sites like the Dark Hedges road, enjoy free time to explore the unique rock formations at the Giant’s Causeway.
• 9 hours
Discover the capital of Northern Ireland on the Belfast Day Trip from Dublin! Combining guided tours with independent sightseeing, you'll gain an understanding of Northern Ireland's complex and fascinating history. Visit the historical town of Dundrum, a Norman castle, and the resting place of Ireland's patron saint.
• 11 hours
Visit Belfast’s Titanic Visitor Experience, the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Giant’s Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge on a full-day trip from Dublin! Open since April 2012 (the 100th anniversary of the ship's sinking), the 'Titanic' exhibition allows you to relive the tragic yet captivating story through interactive discovery zones and galleries. After exploring the exhibition, travel along the spectacular Antrim Coastal Drive to the Giant’s Causeway to explore its dramatic cliffs and rock formations. Then, brave a hair-raising walk across the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
• 13 hours
With this 48-hour ticket aboard an open-top double-decker City Sightseeing bus, you can see the Wall Murals in Falls Road and Crumlin Road, and the Botanic Gardens, City Hall, Albert Clock plus much more. With great views from the top of the bus, strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary, this truly is the best way to see the sights of Belfast.
• 2 days
See Northern Ireland's only UNESCO World Heritage Site and embark on a unique guided trip from Dublin and visit the beautiful location of Giant's Causeway and venture across the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.
• 14 hours
Check off the highlights of Northern Ireland on this full-day tour from Belfast. Marvel at the Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland's only UNESCO World Heritage site; brave a walk across the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge; see memorable film locations from the Game of Thrones; and enjoy spectacular views along the Antrim Coast. This small-group tour is limited to 12 people.
• 8 hours
People say you haven’t seen the real Ireland until you’ve left Dublin and seen the countryside. This 6-hour guided day trip to the peninsula of Howth will do just that. After a short train ride, stroll around the area along seaside cliffs looking at ancient Viking ruins, Howth Castle, St Mary’s Abbey, Neolithic standing stones, 18th-century coastal defenses and W.B. Yeats’ boyhood home.
• 6 hours