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Giant’s Causeway and Rope Bridge tour from Dublin

Availability: Every day
Duration: 13 hours
Language: English
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  • Discover Northern Ireland's UNESCO World Heritage Site, the spectacular Giant's Causeway
  • Brave the walk across the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge when it is open
  • See the Dark Hedges, also known as the "King's Road" in Game of Thrones
What to expect

Your day will begin by meeting your guide in central Dublin.
During the drive, you'll stop at a service station and buy some coffee or breakfast. Once arrived. You'll get to discover in the breathtaking location of Giant's Causeway, one of the most popular attractions in Northern Ireland and Unesco site; take in the magnificent seascape and the stone columns that form the Causeway itself.
You then get on the coastal route and go through beautiful coastal towns like Ballycastle where you'll enjoy a great view of islands just off the coast like Sheep Island, Rathlin Island or maybe even a glimpse of Scotland.

The next stop is Carrick­-a-­Rede Rope Bridge, located on an abandoned fishing island located just a few miles from the Giant’s Causeway. The chasm is traversed by a traditionally built rope bridge which rewards the courage of daring visitors with arguably the best view in the country. When the weather is nice and the bridge is open, you can also cross the Rope Bridge for free!

After the bridge, you'll visit the Dark Hedges, planted 270 years ago by the Stuart family as a driveway to their Gracehill Manor. It is now the most photographed natural phenomenon in Northern Ireland. You'll also get to drive across the Glens of Antrim with amazing panoramic views, instead of driving around them, on the way back to Belfast.

You'll finally stop in Belfast for more than an hour before heading back to Dublin.

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The Hugh Lane, Parnell Square North

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Outside Dublin City Gallery

What to remember
  • Please note that all times are approximate. The locations might be visited in a different order, depends on traffic and weather.
  • Not suitable for children under 3. If your child is very used to travelling, please book 1 seat per child and bring your own child seat.
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  • Departure: 6:45 am
  • Return: around 7:30 pm/8:30 pm
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