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Full-Day Giant's Causeway Experience from Dublin

From US$77,27
  • See and snap Northern Ireland’s greatest hits all in one easy day
  • Travel the dazzling Antrim Coast Road without the hassle of driving
  • Explore Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO-listed site
Full-Day Giant's Causeway Experience from Dublin
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Full-Day Giant's Causeway Experience from Dublin

Walk in the footsteps of giants and cover many of Northern Ireland’s most famous attractions, including Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in just one day—all from the comfort of a Wi-Fi-enabled bus, complete with a local guide. See the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, the Dark Hedges, Dunluce Castle, and the Antrim Coast Road.

What to Expect

Board your Wi-Fi-enabled bus in central Dublin. Then soak up the scenery as you cross the border into Northern Ireland and head north along Antrim’s stark and rugged coastline.

You’ll have around two hours of free time to explore the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway, a spectacular natural wonder composed of many thousands of six-sided basalt columns. Don’t forget to ask your guide how the Causeway got its name.

Next, see the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, which swings perilously high above the Atlantic Ocean, connecting the coastal cliffs to a tiny offshore island—upgrade to cross the bridge when weather permits.

Finally, enjoy photo stops at two key Game of Thrones filming locations: the Dark Hedges, which did duty as the Kingsroad when Arya Stark escaped King’s Landing, and the ruins of Dunluce Castle, aka the House of Greyjoy.

Your bus will drop you back in central Dublin at the end of the tour.

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Reviewed today
Stunning Scenery

Our tour guide and driver (Nathan and Adam) provided us a great experience visiting this marvelous sight. Nathan was a wealth of knowledge and willingly and fully answered every question asked of him, while Adam safely navigated the narrow roads. Giants Causeway is a geological...More

Thank David S
Reviewed today
Irish Day Tours is usually awesome! Not this trip for us, though

We went on 5 different tours by Irish Day Tours during our stay in Ireland. They were all fabulous! except this one. It really matters who you have as your tour guide. We had the most awesome, funny, and informative tour guides for Newgrange, Hill...More

Thank blue_begonia
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Terrific day and tour!

We decided to take this tour on our last day of a 10 day Scotland/Ireland family vacation. At first the thought of 10 hours on a bus was not welcome - but we relented and gave it a go - and so glad we did!...More

Thank James F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Giant's Causeway tour from Dublin

We had a great time with Nathan and Adam on the tour from Dublin to Giant's Causeway. It was a long day, but it was completely worth doing. I've been on other tours where they drop you off in a tourist trap, but this tour...More

1  Thank Michael L
Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile
Incredible experience

The crazy thing about this trip was that I booked it at 11pm the night before. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to spend an entire day traveling north but I’m so glad I did. Adam the driver and David the tour guide were incredible....More

2  Thank Andres G
Dublintour, Digital Marketing Manager at Gray Line Dublin, responded to this reviewResponded 15 June 2018

Hi Andres, Many thanks for your review! Both David and Adam will be happy you enjoyed their tour. As is often the case, it is the last minute things that work out the best. We do thank you for your detailed review and hope you...More

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Response from Chiarastella C | Reviewed this property |
I don't remember the exact hours, it should be shown on the website. Anyway, it lasts the whole day from the morning around 8:30 to the late afternoon around 6/7 pm. I remember stopping in the morning for breakfast at a... More