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Giant's Causeway Full-Day Tour from Dublin

Highlights
  • Combine a visit to the famed Giant's Causeway with a city tour of Belfast
  • Get insight into local history and legend from your guide
  • Hassle-free round-trip transport from central Dublin
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Giant's Causeway Full-Day Tour from Dublin
From US$71,83
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Depart: Paddy's Palace: 7:15amMost Popular
The most action packed Giant's Causeway tour possible from Dublin! Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, White Park Bay, Ballintoy, Antrim Coast & 1 hour free time in Belfast
US$71,83
Departs: Suffolk Street:7:30am
The most action packed Giant's Causeway tour possible from Dublin! Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, White Park Bay, Ballintoy, Antrim Coast & 1 hour free time in Belfast
US$71,83
Departs: O'Connell St: 7:20am
The most action packed Giant's Causeway tour possible from Dublin! Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, White Park Bay, Ballintoy, Antrim Coast & 1 hour free time in Belfast
US$71,83
Overview
Enjoy hassle-free transportation and learn about the history and folklore behind one of Northern Ireland's most famous sites, Giant's Causeway, on this full-day tour from Dublin. Make the most of your time on this excursion that takes in other sites along the way, such as scenic Dunluce Castle, perched atop County Antrim's basalt cliffs. Afterward, get an introduction to Belfast with a walking tour of the Northern Irish capital.
What to Expect
Get up early in the morning for pickup from a meeting point in central Dublin. Greet your guide and start the journey to Northern Ireland.

During the tour, you'll walk along the wind-swept coastline of County Antrim, admire panoramic views of Rathlin Island and Mull of Kintyre on the Scottish coast, and explore the causeway's 37,000 basalt “steppingstone” columns. Your guide will tell stories about the Irish giant Finn, before the drive along the Causeway Coastal Route between Ballycastle and Dunluce— one of the most dramatic roads in the world.

Stop to tour Dunluce Castle, the former residence of the McDonnell clan. En route, pass through Bushmills, best known for its whiskey. Upon arrival in Belfast, embark on a walking tour of the city's best sites, including City Hall, Victoria Square, and the Titanic dry dock, where the ill-fated ocean liner was built.

Then, settle in for the return journey to central Dublin.
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1 - 5 of 23 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Great trip! Well worth the money

Great trip! Well worth the money We would not have been able to visit all of these spots and learn as much as we did on our own. Our tour guide was amazing! I believe his name was Darren. I would highly recommend this tour

Thank amandakscully
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Giants Causeway and rope bridge

We had Bailey for our tour guide with pick up from Belfast. The driver did an excellent job and Bailey kept us all entertained with excellent commentary along the way. The whole trip was well worth it and we would highly recommend it to anyone...More

Thank Dianne A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great day at Giant's Causeway.

Pete the driver and Michael our tour guide were the best. Michael told many great Irish stories that had the bus in stitches. He was the best tour guide we've ever had. A natural.

Thank marthajimp
Reviewed 14 August 2018
Best Coach Tour!!

Val the bus driver was absolutely fantastic. He made the journey so fun and informative. I have never enjoyed a coach tour so much. There was fun to be had on an off the coach. Would highly recommend. If you get Val then you are...More

2  Thank Alice N
Reviewed 5 August 2018 via mobile
Terrific day

This was a fantastic tour that included the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, and time in Belfast. Our tour guide/driver was Lee and he was really fantastic, could not have been a better guide. The tour website description stated we would visit the Dark Hedges,...More

3  Thank 7Danny3and4
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valeangelino
9 August 2018|
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Response from Stacey R | Reviewed this property |
The tour I was on did stop at Dark Hedges. This was 2 years ago, though. I would just email Paddy Wagon and make sure that it’s still a stop.
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Susan B
5 July 2018|
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Response from Matej Z | Reviewed this property |
Yep it did. It was awesome.
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