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Full-Day Giant's Causeway & G.O.T Experience from Dublin

Full-Day Giant's Causeway & G.O.T Experience from Dublin
Departs From: County Dublin,
Ireland

Local Information: Co. Dublin

About Full-Day Giant's Causeway & G.O.T Experience from Dublin

  • Full-Day Giant's Causeway & G.O.T Experience from Dublin

Tour Code: 3703P15

Duration: 11 hours

Head North to one of the unique landscapes in the world with The Giant’s Causeway day trip. This Full guided tour in English with a local expert guide from Dublin goes directly to the spectacular Northern Ireland coast with its amazing views and picturesque photo stops.

Spend your afternoon traversing the famed Giant’s Causeway 40,000 hexagon volcanic columns. Discover some of the more unusual features of the Causeway, including the Giant’s Boot and the Chimney stacks.

Take advantage of once in a lifetime photo opportunities and marvel at one of Ireland’s three UNESCO World Heritage sites. Cross the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge (included!) for stunning views over Ratlin Island and distant Scotland. Enjoy a photo stop at the Dunluce Castle, famous sites from the TV series Game of Thrones!

Depart central Dublin to begin your direct service to one of the most unique landscapes in Ireland, the Giant's Causeway. When you arrive, you'll have two hours of time to explore this natural coastal attraction made up of basalt columns. 

The tour also includes a stop at the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge (included!), which you can walk across to look down on the rocky shoreline of the Atlantic, plus two photo stops that fans of the TV series

Game of Thrones will

recognize. The first is the Dark Hedges, used as part of the Kingsroad, where Arya Stark escaped from King's Landing; the second is Dunluce Castle, used as the House of Greyjoy, perched on the northern Antrim coast. It perfectly captures the atmosphere and intrigue of the medieval world.

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