€70 (Adult), €60 (Child)
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Bringing you to Titanic Experience, Giant’s Causeway, Dark Hedges and Belfast from Dublin on this day trip. Introductory offer ensures you get the best deal in Dublin.
0705 Start boarding outside Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
0715 Leave Parnell Square North and head to Belfast, on the bus our guide will tell you Irish legend, myths and some history
TITANIC MUSEUM – Around 2 hours (Entrance Fee included; Saves £18!)
Visit the WORLD’S LEADING TOURIST ATTRACTION 2016 and its 6 floors full of interpretive and interactive galleries filled with the sights, sounds and stories of the world’s most iconic ship ever built.
The museum tells the story of Titanic from conception, construction to launch. And also of her ill fated maiden voyage that cemented Titanic’s place in history.
Using innovative technology, film, archival materials, scale models and much more, the Titanic story will come alive.
GIANT’S CAUSEWAY – Around 2 hours
We will now take you to the 8th wonder of the World where you will have 2 hours to explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site. By far the most visited tourist attraction in Northern Ireland. The Giant’s Causeway consists of 40,000 interlocking hexagonal basalt columns formed between 50 and 60 million years ago. Many locals believe in the mythical creation of the Giant’s Causeway by the Irish Giant Finn McCool, in an attempt to build a bridge to Scotland.
DARK HEDGES – Around 20 minutes
En route to Belfast, we will do a 15-minute stop at the Dark Hedges for a few pictures. This 300-year-old lane of beech trees make for a wonderful photo opportunity that will have any amateur photographer smiling. Considered the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland, these trees feature in some films and tv series like Game of Throne and the new Transformers movie.
BELFAST – At least 1 hour
This morning we spend 2 hours in Belfast learning about the Titanic or the Troubles that took place in Belfast. Now we will give you the opportunity to spend around an hour in the city centre. Exploring what a wonderful city Belfast turned into after The Troubles. This is a nice break on the drive back to Dublin but also an opportunity for some shopping, getting food for the drive back and a bathroom break.
Arrive in Dublin around 7:30pm to 8:30pm
*Please note that all times are approximate. The locations might be visited in a different order, depends on traffic and weather.