Journey with us from Dublin to Belfast to take a stunning Giants Causeway tour and choose between Titanic Belfast tickets and Black Taxi Political tour.
• Ticket to the Titanic Experience or Black Taxi Political Tour
• Guided tour of Giant’s Causeway
• Admission to Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Dublin – Belfast – Dun Luce Castle – Giant’s Causeway – Carrick-a-Rede Bridge – Dublin
Journey with us from Dublin to Belfast on a spectacular trip to explore the city’s rich history, explore the famous Giants Causeway, visit Dun Luce Castle, and cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
We’ll depart from Dublin and arrive in Belfast at 9:30am, where you can choose to experience the city’s history with Titanic Belfast tickets to rediscover the full-scale reconstructions of the ship, explore the shipyard, see authentic artifacts from the wreckage, and witness the true legend of the Titanic come to life. With over 9 interactive galleries and
Or you may take the Belfast Political Black Taxi Tour to discover the famous murals that line the streets of Belfast and depict the political history and struggles of the region. This unique 90 minute tour will lead you through the dark history of Northern Ireland and the paramilitary groups that fought here.
Afters, we’ll depart Belfast at 11:50am and travel along Northern Ireland’s coast to take the Giants Causeway tour while your tour guide regales you of the local tales and folklore. Before arriving at the Causeways we’ll reach Dun Luce Castle, an ancient fortress along the coast. At 1:20pm, we’ll step out onto the Giants Causeway, an enchanting volcanic rock formation of unique hexagonal columns that disappear under the ocean waves. We’ll have two hours here to enjoy lunch and explore the Causeways.
Departing at 3:25pm, we’ll continue along North Ireland’s coast to discover more of its unique features, including areas that were featured in Game of Thrones.
Then we’ll arrive at the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge where we’ll have the chance to walk the exhilarating rope bridge to Carrick-a-Rede island and enjoy stunning views from atop the cliff. This 30-meter deep and 20-meter wide chasm is traversed by a rope bridge traditionally erected by salmon fishermen.
Before returning to Dublin there is a 15 minute rest stop just after Belfast before continuing on to Dublin city center arriving at 8:30pm.
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