We’ll take you right to the heart of Irish legend on this trip to Giant’s Causeway. This northerly part of the coastline is packed with tightly-knit columns that bridge the grey cliffs and the sea. At 65 million years old, calling these otherworldly rock formations ‘ancient’ is a bit of an understatement. They’re such a strange sight that it’s easy to see why early settlers thought that a giant named Finn McCool created them as stepping stones to Scotland. You’ll have almost 2 hours to explore this World Heritage Site, which stretches along the shoreline to include isolated coves and abandoned ruins, as well as a brand new visitor centre. On the coach journey back, we’ll stop off at Dunluce Castle. The dramatic cliff-edge location of this weather-worn ruin makes it one of Ireland’s most-photographed castles. Adult price from £52.
This tour will take you back to 1912 – the year of RMS Titanic. We’ll deliver you to Belfast’s waterfront, which was recently made over into the Titanic Quarter. Rising up out of the main square is the ship-shaped Titanic Belfast, a towering state-of-the-art visitor centre that’s as tall as the famous ship itself. Learn about the dock, the people who worked there, and how mammoth ships were built in a city without steel. And the Titanic’s story doesn’t stop at the iceberg – live links show undersea explorations of the ghostly wreck. We’ll also take you to Harland and Wolff’s former Pump House and dry dock. Walking its length, you’ll realise just how the Titanic got her name. Adult price from £46.
This relaxed walking tour couldn’t have a better starting point than Belfast City Hall. After a stop to snap some pictures of the 100-year-old building’s shamrock-coloured domes, you'll head to a few of the city's other main attractions. Highlights include Donegal Square, which is ringed by some of Belfast’s most historical buildings, including a rich selection of Victorian buildings like the Opera House, Custom House and the city’s answer to the Leaning Tower of Pisa - the Albert Memorial Clock. Plus, a city tour wouldn’t be complete without a ramble along the riverfront to see the Titanic’s birthplace at Harland of Wolff shipyard. Afterwards, there’ll be time for a drink at the Morning Star Bar. This traditional Victorian pub is Belfast’s must-visit drinking hole, thanks to its traditional and original booth-style ‘snugs’, long polished bar, and mosaic floor. Adult price from £42.
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