• Location: Dublin, Ireland
  • Duration: 2 days (approx.)
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Set out for a two-day exploration of Northern Ireland from Dublin. Visit the Celtic ruins of Monasterboice and enjoy Belfast's incredible Titanic Experience, an interactive walk-through telling the story of the ill-fated ocean liner. Spend free time exploring the streets and sights of the lively capital, including places like the renowned Crown Liquor Saloon and the Grand Opera House. The following day see sights recognizable from the HBO series 'Game of Thrones,' then depart for The Giant's Causeway, thousands of interlocking basalt columns that are Northern Ireland's only UNESCO-listed site.

Highlights

  • 2-day tour of Northern Ireland from Dublin, including The Giant's Causeway
  • Experience the UK's Northern Ireland with visits to Belfast, the Celtic ruins of Monasterboice and the region's only UNESCO-listed site
  • Take an interactive walk through the story of the ill-fated RMS Titanic during a visit to Belfast's Titanic Experience
  • Visit the town of Ballintoy and the stunning tree tunnel known as the Dark Hedges, both recognizable from the HBO series 'Game of Thrones'
  • Explore the naturally formed Giant's Causeway, often hailed as 'The Eighth Wonder of the World'

What You Can Expect

2-Day Northern Ireland Tour from Dublin

Giants Causeway

Customer Reviews

Andrew G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

This trip was very enjoyable. Both of our Guides were great. I'd definitely recommend two things: 1 Pay the extra money to stay somewhere other than the Hostel. A Tripmate had a bad experience, while I thoroughly enjoyed the B and B actually a hotel. 2 Pay the extra money for the Black Taxi Tour option. This is well-worth the extra expense, and gives you a real feel for the history of Belfast, The Troubles, and the current situation there Brexit issues. You may feel a little rushed at The Titanic Experience if you are too casual with your walking. My finally tip is this, make friends. I met two great people who are now good friends. That's the perfect way to make these memories last!

mabp

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

The tour included some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Our guide gave brilliant descriptions of all of the stops we made. The highlight for us was Giants' Causeway. Don't miss this tour and make sure to hire the Black Taxi approx. 15 US which takes you into the neighborhoods where the troubles were.

Sylvia V

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Very fine, efficiently run, well-prepared drivers.

Anna S

4 star rating: Recommended February 2018

Very entertaining trip to Northern Ireland. Frank the guide/bus driver was absolutely fantastic. There was enough time to see and experience the sights and places. The B and B was ok in Belfast.
I liked the second day better. It wasn't raining! And all the places we visited were amazing and beautiful.

parylime United States of ... 

4 star rating: Recommended August 2016

It was fun. 1st day, The Celtic crosses were nice and the Titanic museum was okay but nothing really amazing. The optional Black Taxi tour was interesting. It focused on a lot on history past/present of troubles in Northern Ireland.
I stayed in the Hostel Patty's Place in Dublin, they were able to give me a single room. Bathroom had showers which were not the best but worked. At the hostel, I did not meet a lot people but I did run into a few. The area was okay. The young woman was able to give me recommendations but it was confusing finding restaurants/bars, you're on your own for that so Research ahead of time!!

The best day was the 2nd day, we went to see the Dark Hedges, where there was A LOT of tourists all trying to take pictures. Also Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is rather a small bridge but the island, which is said to be a part of Scotland, is very beautiful but is a bit far of walk/hike along the hillside and a lot of stairs. BE prepared!!
Giant's Causeway is also very beautiful and has some trails leading to different areas, which I wasn't aware of until almost the end of the time allotted. The pre-recorded tour guide for Giant's Causeway is not worth it. Dunlace Castle stop at the end was from far away, so it didn't arouse curiosity as stated. FOR DAY 2, I highly recommend good walking shoes or even hiking boots AND water.

Arezou E

4 star rating: Recommended July 2016

I enjoyed the second day better then the first. I would highly recommend staying in Belfast. It is a great city!

Brian S

4 star rating: Recommended June 2016

Our favorite place on our entire trip was the rope bridge! It and #39;s absolutely beautiful there and the bridge is quite an experience! The and #34;bed and breakfast and #34; was basically a hostel. I assumed it would be someone and #39;s house. :-( The black taxi tour in Belfast is worth it! The Dark Hedges were amazing!

Elizabeth C

4 star rating: Recommended June 2016

The tour itself was great. But our reservation was lost and took some sorting out to see if we would even be able to get on the coach. Also the accommodation was not ready in Belfast
when we arrived. But the guides and places we visited were amazing.

michel.boutin2

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better July 2016

I was disapointed by the tour. The schedule was not respected at all. On the second day, we started the tour with a 45 min delay. We had only 1 hour and 15 min to visit the Titanic museum and it was really not sufficient. No time allowed for lunch. The guide was also the driver and it was difficult to obtain information.

Jan W

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better June 2016

I believe this is a somewhat new tour package, and it was a bit disappointing. I recommend planning your own overnight lodging and transportation to local sights in Northern Ireland. The tour stops themselves were wonderful however, we were not informed that we would have a 1-1/2 hour wait at the Giant's Causeway for another bus to return us to Dublin on Day 2. In addition, we trusted Viator's word on the bed and breakfast lodging, which actually was more like a hostel serving a mediocre hot breakfast with mystery juice that was reminiscent of watery Kool-Aid. In addition, we were unable to stop and walk around Dunluce Castle, one of the promised stopping points. The Paddy Wagon tour guide Sean was not very informative on our surroundings as we traveled through the countryside. Sorry to leave negative comments, but there it is! We did appreciate, however, that the return guide brought as close to our Airbnb rental as possible to drop us off with our luggage.

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