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Guided Day Tour: Giant's Causeway from Belfast

Guided Day Tour: Giant's Causeway from Belfast - Belfast, Ireland
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Belfast, Ireland

From USD
$33.54

Experience an unique and scenic ride from Belfast City Center to Giant's Causeway. Visit many of the beautiful locations around the area such as The Dark Hedges, the Bushmills Whiskey Distillery, the Dunluce Castle and the Carrick a Rede rope bridge/Larrybane Quarry ... More info ›

Experience an unique and scenic ride from Belfast City Center to Giant's Causeway. Visit many of the beautiful locations around the area such as The Dark Hedges, the Bushmills Whiskey Distillery, the Dunluce Castle and the Carrick a Rede rope bridge/Larrybane Quarry. Maximize your time at each attraction and spend less time waiting on stragglers returning to the coach.

Explore the world famous Antrim Coast and UNESCO listed Giants Causeway and maximize your time at each attraction and spend less time waiting on stragglers returning to the coach.

Start your day with a scenic drive from Belfast straight to the Causeway Coast. Visit The Dark Hedges, Bushmills Whiskey Distillery and continue to explore the area by stopping at the Dunluce Castle to take some photos.

Spend 1 hour 30 mins exploring the Giant's Causeway site and continue on to cross the Carrick a Rede rope bridge/Larrybane Quarry. Travel along the scenic Antrim Coast Road before taking a short stop in Carnlough.

Conclude your tour back in Belfast.

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Shore Excursion: Giants Causeway Tour From Belfast Port

Shore Excursion: Giants Causeway Tour From Belfast Port - Belfast, Ireland
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Belfast, Ireland

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$42.93

Realizing time is limited and the importance of arriving back to Belfast port on time for departure, smaller Buses (max 35 passengers) are used which makes the tour more personal and easily managed. This allows time to see Belfast City along with Giants Causeway.

You will be picked up at the port when your ship arrives before starting your tour which includes a city tour to see the wall murals, Peace Walls, Falls Road, Shankill Road,The Giants Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.You will be back at Belfast port between 5pm and 5.15pm.

Times are adjusted to suit the ship’s arrival and your bus will be waiting at the port ... More info ›

Realizing time is limited and the importance of arriving back to Belfast port on time for departure, smaller Buses (max 35 passengers) are used which makes the tour more personal and easily managed. This allows time to see Belfast City along with Giants Causeway.

You will be picked up at the port when your ship arrives before starting your tour which includes a city tour to see the wall murals, Peace Walls, Falls Road, Shankill Road,The Giants Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.You will be back at Belfast port between 5pm and 5.15pm.

Times are adjusted to suit the ship’s arrival and your bus will be waiting at the port. It is important you leave the ship as soon as it docks. Your experienced driver/guides will advise you every step of the way.

Depart from Belfast port and travel inland straight to the Giants Causeway where you will spend 1 hour 15 mins at the stones/visitor centre.Then make a photo stop at Dunluce castle before making the short journey to Carrick-a- Rede rope bridge where you will spend 1 hour 15 mins at the bridge.

After leaving the Rope Bridge travel along the Coast road, one of the most scenic drives in the world. Along the way there will be a stop for a lunch break (own expense) in Ballycastle where you spend 1 hour in this quaint little town.
After lunch make the journey back to Belfast along the Coastal route for your city tour before returning to Belfast port in time for your ships departure.

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Guided Day Tour of Giant's Causeway from Belfast by Comfortable Coach

Guided Day Tour of Giant's Causeway from Belfast by Comfortable Coach - Belfast, Ireland
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Belfast, Ireland

From USD
$40.25

Experience an unique and scenic ride from Belfast City Centre to Giant's Causeway on a coach with extra leg room and more comfort with a maximum of 19 passengers. Visit many of the beautiful locations around the area such as The Dark Hedges, Giants Causeway, Bushmills Whiskey Distillery, Dunluce Castle and the Carrick a Rede rope bridge/Larrybane Quarry ... More info ›

Experience an unique and scenic ride from Belfast City Centre to Giant's Causeway on a coach with extra leg room and more comfort with a maximum of 19 passengers. Visit many of the beautiful locations around the area such as The Dark Hedges, Giants Causeway, Bushmills Whiskey Distillery, Dunluce Castle and the Carrick a Rede rope bridge/Larrybane Quarry. Maximize your time at each attraction and spend less time waiting on stragglers returning to the coach.

Explore the world famous Antrim Coast and UNESCO listed Giants Causeway on a coach with extra leg room and more comfort and maximize your time at each attraction in a smaller group (max. 19 passengers) and spend less time waiting on stragglers returning to the coach.

Start your day with a scenic drive from Belfast straight to the Causeway Coast. Visit The Dark Hedges, Bushmills Whiskey Distillery and continue to explore the area by stopping at the Dunluce Castle to take some photos.

Spend 1 hour 30 mins exploring the Giant's Causeway site and continue on to cross the Carrick a Rede rope bridge/Larrybane Quarry. Travel along the scenic Antrim Coast Road before taking a short stop in Carnlough.

Conclude your tour back in Belfast.

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Giant's Causeway Tour from Belfast

Giant's Causeway Tour from Belfast - Belfast, Ireland
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Belfast, Ireland

From USD
$24.15

Spend a memorable day visiting what is undoubtedly Northern Ireland's most infamous attraction. Travel by coach on a journey you will remember for a lifetime, taking in the spectacular natural beauty that is the Antrim Coastal Road, Carrickfergus Castle, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, the Giant's Causeway, and the Game of Thrones locations, including the Dark Hedges plus much much more ... More info ›

Spend a memorable day visiting what is undoubtedly Northern Ireland's most infamous attraction. Travel by coach on a journey you will remember for a lifetime, taking in the spectacular natural beauty that is the Antrim Coastal Road, Carrickfergus Castle, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, the Giant's Causeway, and the Game of Thrones locations, including the Dark Hedges plus much much more. This tour travels the entire coast road from Belfast which is a must-see area of outstanding natural beauty. Not all tours to the Causeway include this but is widely known to be best route to the causeway. To leave this out of your tour would be a big loss!!

Fully-Guided Giants Causeway Day Tour with Game of Thrones locations 
Sights include:
Carrickfergus Castle
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Giants Causeway
Lunch stop
Dark Hedges "Kings Road Game of Thrones location" 
Plus much much more

Game of Thrones Sites:
Magheramourne Quarry (Castle Black first seen in episode 103 "Lord Snow")
Larrybane Quarry (King Renly and Queen Margaery meet Catelyn Stark - Season 2)
Carnlough Village (Arya Stark swims in the harbour - Season 6)
The Dark Hedges (Kings Road, Arya's Escape - Season 2)
Your tour will depart from Belfast on a guided journey that you will remember for a lifetime, taking in the spectacular natural beauty that is the Antrim Coastal Road.
Shortly after embarking, our first stop will be at Carrickfergus Castle. This 12th century Norman castle is one of the best preserved medieval castles in Ireland. Besieged by the Scots, Irish and the French, the castle is steeped in history and is where King William III first set foot in Ireland in 1690. We will then travel the entire coastal route along the Antrim coast road and you will be able to marvel at the breath-taking views of the Glens of Antrim whilst also having time to sample the scenic delights and idyllic charm of the quaint little towns and villages you will be passing through, including the following: Glenarm, Carnlough, Cushendall and Ballycastle, the home to the one and only 400 year old ‘Oul Lammas Fair’.
The next stop will be at the Carrick-a-Rede ropebridge with its death defying 100ft drop with crashing waves and views across to Rathlin island and Scotland the Mull of Kintyre (cross at your own risk, weather permitting, at own expense) 1km walk.
We then travel on a short journey through Ballintoy to the Giants Causeway. There will then be a lunch stop at Giant's Barn for 30 minutes (own expense). You can bring your own lunch. Then we will visit the main attraction of the day and the mythical wonder that is the ‘Giants Causeway‘. The Giants Causeway is a UNESCO world heritage site and one of life’s must-see geological phenomenon often called the 8th wonder of the world. Follow in the footsteps of the giants of Irish folklore, Finn MacCool and Benandonner, and stand on the hexagonal shaped stones (which are estimated to be a staggering 62-65 million years old) whilst also enjoying the awe inspiring and majestic views. Can you spot the Giants Chair or the Giants organ Carved into the basalt rocks?  Choose which path you take to the Causeway, or if you don't wish to walk, use the shuttle bus (small charge).
After the Causeway we will visit 'The Dark Hedges' used in the Game of Thrones television series "The Kings Road".
We will then travel inland back to Belfast returning at 6.30 to 7.30pm depending on season. If you have a flight from the international airport, we can arrange a taxi to the airport before the time we would arrive in Belfast.

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Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour of Northern Ireland and Giant's Causeway from Belfast

Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour of Northern Ireland and Giant's Causeway from Belfast - Belfast, Ireland
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Belfast, Ireland

From USD
$40.25

While the hugely popular 'Game of Thrones' TV series, adapted from George Martin’s 'A Song of Ice and Fire' novels, is filmed all over Europe, many of the key locations are based in Northern Ireland. During this 9-hour trip you will be travelling with the same company that transports the cast and crew of Game of Thrones visiting seven iconic sites from seasons one through to six, including Dragonstone, Dunluce Castle and the Giants Causeway ... More info ›

While the hugely popular 'Game of Thrones' TV series, adapted from George Martin’s 'A Song of Ice and Fire' novels, is filmed all over Europe, many of the key locations are based in Northern Ireland. During this 9-hour trip you will be travelling with the same company that transports the cast and crew of Game of Thrones visiting seven iconic sites from seasons one through to six, including Dragonstone, Dunluce Castle and the Giants Causeway. Your guide who is a fan of both the books and TV series as well as having appeared in the show will discuss information from the Game of Thrones series, recalling incredible tales of legend and local history that could come right out of the books.

Meet in the morning in central Belfast. Your tour will take you to the North where fantasy and reality meet. The tour is led by a guide who has appeared in the show and share anecdotes about the show, the locations visited and take you deep into the heart of Westeros. 

The first stop is at a location from season six where Arya falls in the water after being stabbed. You will then head off to the caves where Red Priestess Melisandre of Asshai gave birth to her murderous shadow assassin. Remember that the night is dark and full of terrors.

A crucial part of any trip to Northern Ireland is to see the UNESCO–listed Giant’s Causeway. Although it hasn’t been featured in Game of Thrones, the spectacular site is a must see, and you'll have roughly 1.5 hours to explore.

Following this you’ll have time for a quick photo stop at Dunluce Castle, the 17th century ruins that were used as the exterior of the House of Greyjoy on the show.

Lunch (at own expense) will be taken in the small coastal town of Ballycastle, hometown of actor Conleth Hill, who plays Varys, Master of Whisperers, and Michelle Fairley, who played Catelyn Stark.

Your journey continues with a visit to the camp of Renly Baratheon of Storm’s End, and gives you the chance to cross the famous Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.

A crucial part of any trip to Northern Ireland is to see the UNESCO–listed Giant’s Causeway. Although it hasn’t been featured in Game of Thrones, the spectacular site is a must see, and you'll have roughly 1.5 hours to explore.

The journey back to Belfast includes one final stop at the Dark Hedge, with its natural archway of intertwined trees. The road is one of Northern Ireland’s most photographed locations and the place where Arya Stark dressed as a boy to escape from King’s Landing. Pose for pictures, then return to Belfast, where you will be dropped back in the center of the city.

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Game of Thrones Locations Tour including Westeros and Giant's Causeway

Game of Thrones Locations Tour including Westeros and Giant's Causeway - Belfast, Ireland
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Belfast, Ireland

From USD
$38.91

Travel with the OFFICIAL TRANSPORT FOR THE SHOW, yes folks travel in the same vehicles as the Cast & Crew from HBO’S Game of Thrones giving us insider knowledge other companies can only dream of.
The Stones and Thrones Tour takes you to a magical landscape like no other, Visiting more locations than any other tour where you can indulge your fascination for Game of Thrones or simply enjoy the breathtaking scenery, and marvel at the beauty and splendour of the Causeway Coast & Glens ... More info ›

Travel with the OFFICIAL TRANSPORT FOR THE SHOW, yes folks travel in the same vehicles as the Cast & Crew from HBO’S Game of Thrones giving us insider knowledge other companies can only dream of.
The Stones and Thrones Tour takes you to a magical landscape like no other, Visiting more locations than any other tour where you can indulge your fascination for Game of Thrones or simply enjoy the breathtaking scenery, and marvel at the beauty and splendour of the Causeway Coast & Glens. On this adventure, we also spend approximately 1.5 Hours visiting the Giant's Causeway.This is a unique day tour where you can explore the scenic splendour of the seven kingdoms and see where many of the pivotal 'Game of Thrones' scenes were shot! See magical landscapes like no other, Take in the beauty of the UNESCO-Listed Giants Causeway along with the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
You won't find this tour anywhere else.

The first stop will be Carncastle (Nights Watch Beheading). It was here on the windswept Antrim Plateau that Game of Thrones kicked off in dramatic fashion with Ned Stark beheading the Night’s Watch deserter, witnessed by Jon Snow, Theon Greyjoy, and the Stark brothers Robb and Bran; and where Catelyn captures Tyrion Lannister whom she suspects of trying to kill her son. When Bran, Rickon, Osha, and Hodor head north to The Wall it is also from the land above Cairncastle that they take a last look back at Winterfell.

The second stop will be Cushendun Caves (birth to the shadow baby). The Caves at Cushendun were formed over a period of 400 million years and extreme weather conditions in Ireland. They are found just beyond the beautiful coastal village of Cushendun and we access them by foot next to the Bay Hotel and Cave House.

There will then be a comfort break at Carnlough.

The tour will then go to Larrybane, Carrick-a-Rede (Storm’s End). Located along the stunning North Coast close to Carrick-Rede Rope Bridge, this area is exceptional in is natural beauty. Larrybane headland, which once stretched out towards Sheep Island and had a promontory fort on the top dating to 800AD, had large caves underneath which once served as home to boat builders and a safe resting place from winter storms. Despite having been quarried in the 1950′s this quarry is still worth a visit for its exceptional views. Fans will recognize this location as Storm’s End.

The next stop will be Ballintoy Harbour (The Iron Islands). As you come over the Knocksoghey Brae from Ballycastle or in from Whitepark Bay you are greeted by spectacular views, each one featuring Ballintoy Church. This stunning seaside location has been used for exterior Pyke shots and as the Iron Islands.

After Ballintoy Harbour the tour will make its way to the Giant's Causeway. The 'Game of Thrones' itinerary is a great way to discover some key filming locations of the show along the stunning Causeway Coast of Northern Ireland. Plotting a path through the scenic splendor of the Seven Kingdoms, it takes you to where so many of the pivotal scenes were shot. The Game of Thrones itinerary not only brings to life the drama of the series, but also provides a front row seat at locations steeped in local myth and legend, where ancient warriors walked long before leading men. Thus, no tour would be complete without a stop at the Giants Causeway!

The last stop for the day is The Dark Hedges. This beautiful avenue of beech trees has been used as the location for the Kingsroad in the hit show. It was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century and intended as a compelling landscape feature to impress visitors as they approached the entrance to their Georgian mansion, Gracehill House. Two centuries later, the Dark Hedges remain a magnificent sight and have become one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland.

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