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Giant’s Causeway - Game Of Thrones Day Trip from Dublin

Highlights
  • Visit the Giant’s Causeway and walk the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge 
  • Experience the magic of Game of Thrones and see memorable filming locations
  • Travel the famous Antrim Coastal road in a comfortable coach
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Giant’s Causeway – Game Of Thrones Day Trip from Dublin
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Giant’s Causeway – Game Of Thrones Day Trip from Dublin
US$76.99
Overview

The rugged coastal scenery and dramatic landscapes seen on-screen in Game of Thrones are some of Northern Ireland’s most beautiful. This full-day tour takes you to memorable filming sites such as the Dark Hedges and Dunluce Castle, as well as the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Giant’s Causeway, and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

What to Expect

Meet your guide in central Dublin for an early morning departure. Traveling aboard an air-conditioned coach, set out through the Irish countryside as you cross into Northern Ireland.

The first stop is Dark Hedges, a filming site from Game of Thrones. Hop out to take photos as your guide explains its role in the series and recounts anecdotes about filming in Northern Ireland.

Continue to Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the rock formations, walk in the footsteps of giants, and pay a visit to the nearby Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Brave a walk across the bridge, with the waves crashing below and jagged cliffs looming overhead.

Drive along Northern Ireland’s Antrim Coastal road and explore Dunluce castle

Your tour ends in central Dublin.

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Reviewed 2 days ago
Excellent experience

From the first step onto the bus to the last exit off, we were all in good hands with Rob, or Bobo. His love for his country comes through in songs, stories, history and bad jokes. He was the best driver on some really “typical...More

Thank MomGuth
Reviewed 1 week ago
wow!

i had heard the causeway was an anit cimax , i did not think so, i thought it was amazing, i did not do the tour and to be honest regret doing my own thing as i would have liked to hear all about it,...More

Thank cara f
Reviewed 12 June 2018 via mobile
Definition of the Tour is Inaccurate

The definition of the entire tour is inaccurate. The guide even told me that the tour was changed a long time ago, but it's still incorrect across multiple websites. EXAMPLE: Inclusions Guided tour of the Giant's Causeway and Belfast - You only drive through Belfast...More

1  Thank Darrell H
Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile
Great Experience

Leo was an awesome driver and a great guide he knew so much and you could tell he enjoyed his job because he was so happy during the tour. My friend and I went on 4 tours like this to other places with different companies...More

1  Thank sarahendres12
Reviewed 22 May 2018 via mobile
Not what we expected

This is NOT a true guided tour. It’s a long bus drive up to the sites and then you’re on your own. Liam our driver was pleasant and an excellent driver but he was an amateur guide at best. He explained certain tings as he...More

Thank gourageous
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Rahul B
25 June 2018|
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Response from mcarrcrockett | Reviewed this property |
It is an early morning start time - still dark out when we left.
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Ruth S
19 June 2018|
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Response from Maggie K | Reviewed this property |
Unless it has changed since I went, we met at the Molly Malone statue, which is on the corner of St. Andrew's Street and Suffolk Street in front of a big stone church. It's just a quick walk from Grafton Street and Trinity... More
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Jaxsmom01
17 April 2018|
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Response from mandybrennan2017 | Reviewed this property |
By an old stone church - very central - can’t remember the name of the road but it was 20 min walk from Where I stayed and some people got taxis . Lots of places were open for coffee and breakfast and there is a breakfast... More
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