Siga los pasos de los gigantes en esta excursión de día completo en autobús con aire acondicionado al enclave Patrimonio de la UNESOC de la Calzada del Gigante de Irlanda del Norte con viaje de ida y vuelta desde Dublín. Además de maravillarse ante la gran belleza natural de este enclave, también tendrá la oportunidad de atravesar el puente colgante de Carrick-a-Rede, recorrer la pintoresca carretera costera de Antrim y ver algunas de las más memorables localizaciones de rodaje de la serie de televisión Juego de Tronos, la cantera de Larrrybane y el castillo de Dunlace. ¡Todo esto solo en un día!
Viaje en autobús expreso directo desde Dublín
La excelente relación calidad-precio incluye entradas y transporte de ida y vuelta.
¡Disfruta de los aspectos más destacados de Irlanda del Norte en solo un día!
Viaje de día completo a Irlanda del Norte y la Calzada de los Gigantes desde Dublín
Empápate del paisaje a lo largo de Antrim Coast Road
Explore la Calzada de los Gigantes, el único sitio declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO en Irlanda del Norte
Camine sobre el Océano Atlántico en el puente de cuerda de Carrick-a-Rede
Vea los sitios de filmación de Game of Thrones, como Larrrybane Quarry y Dunlace Castle
Suba a su autobús en el centro de Dublín y comience su recorrido de un día por la Calzada del Gigante. Empápese del paisaje mientras cruza la frontera a Irlanda del Norte (¡no olvide traer su pasaporte!) y viaje hacia el norte a lo largo de la escarpada costa de Antrim. Disfrute de un par de horas de tiempo libre para explorar la Calzada del Gigante, el único enclave declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO en Irlanda del Norte. Saque fotos de la impactante maravilla natural mientras trepa por estas inusuales columnas de basalto y eche un vistazo a la costa azotada por el viento. No se olvide de preguntar a su guía sobre cómo la Calzada recibió su nombre. Después de pasear a lo largo de la Calzada del Gigante, prepárese para disfrutar de un recorrido igualmente espectacular por el famoso puente colgante de Carrick-a-Rede. Atrévase a cruzar este histórico puente de cuerda que atraviesa un trecho de 30 metros (100 pies) sobre el océano Atlántico para conectar los acantilados costeros de Irlanda del Norte con la isla de Carrick-a-Rede. Por último, siga los pasos de sus personajes favoritos de Juego de Tronos mientras hace una parada en algunas de las localizaciones de rodaje más memorables de Irlanda del Norte. Vea La cantera de Larrrybane, donde Brienne de Tarth fue presentada en la serie, y el castillo costero de Dunluce, también conocido en pantalla como la Casa Grayjoy. Después de un día repleto de aventuras, suba de nuevo a su autobús para emprender el viaje de regreso y termine su recorrido en el centro de Dublín.
Conducir por la ciudad de Belfast, una ciudad rica en cultura y patrimonio, le ofrece la oportunidad de ver una serie de lugares vibrantes, culturales y artísticos que podrá disfrutar. Aquí, el guía le contará la historia de la ciudad y su pasado, permitiéndole sentarse y relajarse, disfrutar de la ciudad, sus vistas y aprender más sobre su pasado problemático.
Aquí tendrá la oportunidad de ver y experimentar la Calzada de Gian, que es un sitio del Patrimonio Mundial de la UNESCO y consta de una serie de más de 40,000 rocas de forma hexagonal que se parecen a un gran conjunto de escaleras que conducen al mar. ¡Esta formación ha sido asombrosa por generaciones y la parada aquí te permite el momento perfecto para explorar y aprender más!
Incluido en su visita al Giants Causeway Tour desde Dublín es una oportunidad de visitar el Centro de Visitantes de Ginat's Causeway. Aunque la admisión al centro no está incluida, le damos a cada visitante la oportunidad de visitar el centro si lo desea. ¡Permitiendo que ese geólogo interno dentro de ti tenga la oportunidad perfecta de ser liberado!
Incluido en el precio del recorrido a la Calzada de los Gigantes, hay una oportunidad de cruzar el famoso Puente de Cuerdas Carrick-A-Rede, donde todos tienen la oportunidad de caminar por el lado salvaje, a unos 30 metros sobre el nivel del mar. Es aquí donde tienes la oportunidad de ver unas vistas espectaculares de la isla Rathlin y el Mull of Kintyre en Escocia.
¡Este complemento adicional te permite la oportunidad perfecta para desbloquear tu lado salvaje y experimentar una sensación que te acompañará toda la vida!
Aquí verá la bahía más pintoresca de toda Irlanda del Norte. ¡Con grandes cuevas de piedra caliza que alguna vez sirvieron como hogar para constructores de botes y como refugio seguro de las tormentas de invierno hace muchos años! también es una visita obligada para todos los fanáticos de Game of Thrones, ya que es donde Lord Renly le jura a Lady Stark que vengará la muerte de Ned Stark, pero, por desgracia, encuentra su propio final a manos del bebé en la sombra de Melisandre.
This was the best tour we've ever been to. Starting with the tour guide, Anthony. He was dressed up like a medi-evil character. He was funny and very informative. The tour took us on eight stops, where GOT was filmed. We stopped in a quaint pub, where the tour guide called ahead with our orders. When we got there, the food was hot and ready. At one stop, Anthony had costumes for everyone and they acted out scenes. On the bus, he played DVD's of GOT, along with a highlights one. This trip was totally worth it!
Pros- a lot of miles covered in one day with the opportunity to "see" Belfast as you drive through it. The coach was comfortable. Pretty countryside views along the way.
Cons- Less than the promised 2 hours given at Giant's Causeway, very quick lunch stop at a mediocre cafe and not enough time given for some people in our group to make it to the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge before having to turn back to the tour bus. The tour guide was friendly and stuck to scheduled times as promised, however the sites were so busy with other tour groups it was difficult to move through with much efficiency. The music played on the bus was repetitive, would be nice if there was more frequent changes of the couple of CDs played on repeat all day.
I really enjoyed the whole experience of the bus tour and the amazing scenery of the drive up to BELFAST and surrounding areas then onto the giant causeway. The walk on the suspension bridge was fantastic.
The only complaint I have is the Place where we went for lunch. I am a vegetarian and I didn't find the food very good plus there wasn't enough choices.
I realise that there was a shortage of time and/or venues but on a previous tour we stopped at a place where we had a choice of venues and menus.
This was meant to be the highlight of my trip to Ireland with my sister, and it was better than trying to make our own way around, but it would have been a lot better if they did what they said they would do, If you're going to "guarantee two hours" at the Giant's Causeway, don't spend 45 minutes at a restaurant (how much do they pay you to bring 50 tourists there?) and then only give people 70 minutes at the site. And considering it takes 25-30 minutes to walk there, that means we had 10 minutes. They didn't pay for the bus to enter the parking area, so that also added 5-10 minutes that could have been saved. And when they say they pay for everything, what they mean is, they pay for nothing because the only things that cost are parking and the visitor centre, which THEY DONT'T PAY FOR.
At the Carrick-a-Rede bridge, they mis-informed us of the time we had to be back, so we ended up almost running to make sure we could cross it, but we then immediately turned around. They were off by an hour, so we actually did have enough time to go up the small island, but we didn't know that.
Dunluce Castle was a pleasant photo opportunity, and the sights overall were magnificent, but we really missed out on enjoying the best parts of the trip. The rain, we expected. Not having time to visit the advertised sights?
The driver and guide chatted constantly to each other, but what information they passed on was useful and interesting. For the operators, please skip the restaurant, I can bring my own food. Let us see the sights we pay for!
The trip itself was amazing and Ross is very nice and funny; however it is a shame we didn't get to see the Dark Hedges. Ross did inform us they were now closed to the public due to the visitors disturbing the neighbourhood, but we would have liked to be informed beforehand as we did pay to see them.
The bus driver was terribly rude, he clearly demonstrated prejudice with our nationality and embarrassed my family and me in front of the other customers in the bus claiming that we should be silent while he talks, what made the trip bored since he never stopped to speak. Even after I had a private talking to him asking to leave us alone, he kept being sarcastic teasing us. Also, we spent way too much time into the bus, he stopped 3 times at the restaurants where probably he is tipped for bringing customers, and that left us with a very short time to be at the touristic points. My sister in low, who has an injury in her uncles politely asked him to be considerable with her problem relating it to the short time he gave us, he suggested her to stay into the bus and don`t go for the Carrick a rede since she could delay us making him to pay a fine. We could not hop off from the bus to see the Dark Hedges and we did not stopped in Belfast because, in according to him, we did not have time left for this but stopped at a restaurant for people use the toilet when the bus had a toilet?
I had my family visiting me for two days and one of them was a terrible experience thanks to this man.
Couple of things - tour says "admission to Giant's Causeway".....well yes the bus dropped us off there but there was no admission paid. My daughter went to purchase a post card and they told her she hadnt paid admission. That was $12.50 euros in order for her to buy the postcard. Also, there was no guided tour - everyone on the bus had to spend an additional $10 euros for that. The tour also listed Dark Hedges as a stopping point, but the bus driver told us he wasnt allowed to stop....
I took this trip with my boyfriend a couple weeks ago, and we were a little disappointed with it.
- We got to see the highlights we wanted in Northern Ireland without having to drive ourselves or figure out the logistics.
- Everything was timed out to the minute, making everything very punctual.
- Photo stop at Dunluce Castle and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge visit were as expected. The Rope Bridge area is gorgeous and definitely worth a visit.
- We chose to take an optional guided walking tour of the Giant’s Causeway for an additional 10 euro that the driver set up for us. It taught us about the local myths and geology behind the Causeway. We really enjoyed it.
- Driver had interesting facts about Ireland and personal experiences to share about the relationship between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
- The seats were comfortable.
- A schedule with this much drive time needs to have more flexibility to allow for traffic and other delays, while not taking away from the customers time at the stops. We were rushed at our 2 main attractions so the driver could get home on time.
- We were guaranteed a 2-hour stop at the Giant’s Causeway, and were instead given 1.5-hours. Seeing as this was the main attraction of the trip, this was very frustrating.
- I wish we would have been given more time at the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. We had just enough time to power walk to the bridge, wait in line to cross it, spend 10 minutes on the little island, then power walk back. It was very rushed.
- The driver treated the passengers like kids on a school bus more than paying customers. He scolded people when they talked while he was talking and was constantly warning us against tardiness in a slightly threatening manner, threatening to leave people behind if they were late.
- The photo stop at the Dark Hedges was extremely overrated. The bus wasn’t allowed to stop without paying 60 euros as an entrance fee, so we did a slow cruise drive-by instead on a perpendicular street, while looking out the windows. It was raining so everything outside the windows was blurry, and the Dark Hedges start down the road a bit, so we actually didn’t see the Hedges at all, and this was 1 of the 4 attractions of the trip.
- WI-FI on the bus didn’t always work.
Great tour, our tour guide was Brian. We got to see many sights of northern Ireland, including a number of the Game of Thrones sites which was great. If I had known how incredible the cliffs at Giant's Causeway were make sure when you get to the causeway you turn around!, I would have booked a separate day tour so I could have spent a few hours here, checked out the cliffs up top, and walked around the inlet. Regardless, it was an amazing day!
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