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Northern Ireland Day Trip from Dublin: One Day Tour The Belfast, Giant's Causeway, Glens of Antrim and Wild Atlantic Coast Tour
A fascinating day out to the famed Antrim coast with its spectacular seascapes taking in the Giant's Causeway, and Dunluce Castle. Rail travel Dublin - Belfast - Dublin by "Enterprise Express" (all admissions, transfers /tours included)
ITINERARY Check in Dublin Connolly station 07:15 (Gate for Platform 4) for Enterprise Service (light breakfast available). At Belfast we join our tour and head to the famous Antrim Coast Road crossing the lovely Glens of Antrim en route to Ballycastle and the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge (April - September only). You can glimpse the Scottish coast on a clear day. We continue to the stunning Giant's Causeway next, seeing Dunluce Castle (photo stop only).It has a breathtaking location perched on a cliff top along the spectacular Antrim coast. We return to Belfast and our train to Dublin arriving at Connolly station at 20:15 (8.15pm). Please note Sterling (British) Currency is required in Northern Ireland Operates daily (Mon - Sat) In Jan,Feb,Nov,Dec we depart on Saturdays only
|The Giant’s Causeway, Glens of Antrim and Wild Atlantic Coast||DC10||$144|
|Belfast City and the Titanic Quarter with the Titanic Visitor Experience||DC10T||$157|
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2 Day Giants Causeway & Belfast Overnight DC10N - Two Day
Is it safe to travel to Northern Ireland is a question often asked and the answer is a resounding yes? The Good Friday or Belfast Agreement was signed on Good Friday 1998 and was an agreement between the British and Irish governments and most of the political parties in Northern Ireland about how Northern Ireland should be governed. It brought about a ceasefire and no more violence.
Day 1 – Check into Connolly Station for 7:35am departure to Belfast. Light breakfast available on train. Arriving in Belfast, we are met by coach where we start our journey out the Antrim Coast Road, crossing the green glens of Antrim, enroute to Ballycastle, and the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge. From there onto the Giants Causeway (60 miles from Belfast City) and catch a glimpse of the ruins of medieval Dunluce Castle. Later, we return to Belfast where we stay in 4 Star hotel.
Day 2 – After a full Irish Breakfast, you can take the Hop On, Hop Off around the city. Some of the sights include Belfast Castle and the Titanic Center. (The Titanic was built at the Harland and Wolf shipyard in Belfast). There is plenty of time for shopping and you can return to Dublin on any train service or join the group arriving back at Connolly Station at 10:15pm. Before you travel to Belfast, Northern Ireland, make sure you bring some British Pounds, as it is still part of the UK.
DEPARTS Dublin Connolly station (information desk) for 07:35 ENDS Dublin Connolly at 22:15. Departs Daily (Monday - Saturday).
|Belfast City, Game of Thrones and The Giants Causeway||DC10G||$368|
|Giants Causeway, Belfast City and The Titanic Quarter and the Titanic Visitor Experience||DC10N||$355|
|Belfast City, Game of Thrones and The Giants Causeway||DC10G||$381|
|Giants Causeway, Belfast City and The Titanic Quarter and the Titanic Visitor Experience||DC10N||$368|
Let us drive you. No one can make the region come to life better than our local Irish chauffeur. Customized travel in style with our qualified driver/guides in a chauffeur driven car or minibus. They can take you off the main route to experience the real life of the area, and introduce you to the places you would miss when you travel on your own.
Belfast- By private car or coach.
Belfast Full Day: Explores the city centre but also the Titanic Quarter (see the original dock where the grea tcruise liner was built), and Belfast Castle, the Falls Road, the Murals and Crown Liquor Saloon. Visit the Loyalist and Republican wall murals and see street art. With peace and stability now almost normal, the murals are becoming historic markers. The Crown Liquor Saloon is one of the world's most famous surviving Victorian pubs, now owned by the National Trust.
OVERVIEW OF BELFAST /BUSHMILLS BEAUTY/GIANTS CAUSEWAY Drive around Belfast viewing the the Murals, City Hall , Grand Opera House, Queens University, Albert Memorial Clock, and a brief stop at the Titanic Dry Dock. Travel along part of the beautiful coastal road and take in the stunning views. Visit WHITE PARK BAY and the historic BUSHMILLS DISTILLERY which has been making whiskey since 1608 (and of course try a little dram). Then on to the GIANTS CAUSEWAY to view the remarkable rock formations. The lunar landscape of the Giant's Causeway is a World Heritage Site-the basalt columns packed tightly together have made the Giant's Causeway the subject of numerous legends. Altogether there are 40,000 of these hexagonal stone columns and the tallest are about 40 feet high. Legend claims that Finn McCool-a lovelorn Irish giant-built the causeway to reach his ladylove in Scotland. Admission charges included. Approx time 6 - 7 hours.
OVERVIEW OF BELFAST /DUNLUCE DELIGHTS/CARRICK A REDE/GIANTS CAUSEWAY Travel along part of the beautiful coastal road and take in the stunning views. Visit Dunluce Castle on its stunning cliff top location, one of the most extensive ruins of a medieval castle in Northern Ireland. Then on to Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge and cross it if you are brave enough! It is thought salmon fishermen have been erecting bridges to the island for over 350 years. The area is exceptional in natural beauty with stunning views of Rathlin Island and Scotland. Finish with a visit to the world heritage site the Giants Causeway to view the remarkable rock formations. Drive around Belfast viewing the Murals, City Hall , Grand Opera House, Queens University, Albert Memorial Clock, and a brief stop at the Titanic Dry Dock.. Full day
ARDS PENINSULA/ST PATRICK Did you know that St. Patrick is buried in Northern Ireland? Travel the beautiful ARDS PENINSULA on Ireland's northeast coast, along the banks of STRANGFORD LOUGH and visit SCRABO TOWER. A number of charming towns and villages are located on the peninsula. Then see the beautiful MOUNT STEWART HOUSE AND GARDENS, former home to a fascinating array of political leaders and society figures, and known for its fountains and sunken garden parterres. Take the FERRY across STRANGFORD LOUGH and pass through DOWNPATRICK the birth place of SAINT PATRICK. Saint Patrick was reputedly buried here in 461 on Cathedral Hill, within the grounds of Down Cathedral. The Saint Patrick Visitor Centre in Downpatrick tells the story of St. Patrick. Admission charge for Mount Stewart and Ferry fare included. Approx time 6 - 7 hours.