Tour Code: 7572P1
Duration: 13 hours
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Visit memorable filming locations from HBO's Game of Thrones and the UNESCO-listed natural wonder of the Giant's Causeway on this full-day tour from Dublin. Get the inside scoop on Game of Thrones filming in Northern Ireland as you stop at sites such as the Dark Hedges, Cushendun Caves, Ballintoy Harbour and Larrybane.
This tour picks you up from a central location in Dublin at about 6:45a.m. Your first stop is in Belfast, where you'll have around 45 minutes of free time to admire the city sights, stretch your legs, or grab some breakfast (own expense).
Next tour some of Northern Ireland's most memorable Game of Thrones filming locations from the hit HBO series. Stop by the Dark Hedges, where you'll have around 10 minutes to stroll beneath the dramatic arched trees, snap photos of the natural wonder, and hear from your guide why it was chosen for the scene of Arya's nail-biting escape from King's Landing.
After a quick 5-minute photo stop at Dunluce Castle (which was the inspiration for Harrenhal), continue along the magnificent Antrim Coast to the Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland's UNESCO World Heritage Site. Spend around 1.5 hours admiring the spectacular landscapes, made up of some 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, formed by ancient volcanic eruptions.
Continue to Larrybane, and learn how it was the site of King Renly's Camp, where Renly swears to Lady Stark that he will avenge Ned's death, as well as the site for the Iron Islands in Season 6. Continue on to the picturesque coastal village of Ballintoy, where you'll have around 40 minutes of free time. Hear how Ballintoy Harbour served as the location for Theon Greyjoy's return to the Iron Islands, as well as scenes, such as Theon's baptism, Euron's crowning, and the burial of Balon Greyjoy.
Lastly visit Cushendun Caves, where Melisandre gave birth to a shadow assassin in front of a shocked Davos Seaworth in the TV show. Then set out on the journey back to Dublin. Your tour ends back in central Dublin around 8p.m.