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GIANTS CAUSEWAY TOUR FROM DUBLIN

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Don’t miss our award winning Giant’s Causeway tour on your visit to Dublin! Book with confidence knowing our fully guided daily tours have been awarded Best Tour Company Worldwide by Hostelworld.com and Allen’s Tours is World Host Accredited.

Departure time: 9.30am daily

Return time: 6.30pm – 7.30pm (depending on time of year)

Price: from £26.00

Our award winning fully guided tour has been awarded Best Tour Company worldwide by Hostelworld.com and is also World Host Accredited.

Planning your Ireland adventure? If you are visiting Dublin, you won’t want to miss out on the beauty and wonder of the Giant’s Causeway. Just a short train ride from Dublin, Allen’s Tours offers bus tours leaving from Belfast daily that provide a comprehensive tour of Northern Ireland’s highlights.

If you are interested in Irish castles, French royalty, spirits and ghosts, good old Irish whiskey, and/or quaint Irish villages, this is the tour for you! Our tours pack a full day of adventure with local guides to provide all the details and comfortable coaches to get you to the highlights in the most efficient and scenic way possible, along the beautiful coast.

If you are travelling from Dublin, we make it easy to get a taste of Northern Ireland. Allen’s Tours will arrange to pick you up at the bus or train station in Belfast. Not sure how to make the first leg of your journey? Please see the links below for information about travelling from Dublin to Belfast:

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Train From Dublin To Giant’s Causeway

With Allen’s Tours

Mon-Sat: 7:35am train from Dublin will get you into Belfast for 9:45 perfect timing to get our free pick up service from Central Station or go by bus for £17 per person… www.translink.co.uk/Services/Enterprise/Special-Offers/-Enterprise-Promotional-Web-Fares-Enterprise-Promotional-Web-Fares-/

We offer free pick ups from both Europa Bus Station and Central Station around 9.50 am.

Book your return train ticket 3 days in advance and get it for as little as £10 per person!

Our tour provides exceptional value at only £26 per person for a fully guided day of adventure and beauty. You will spend the day with a local guide who is ready to provide details for all the beautiful sights along the way and be transported by a professional driver who will let you take in the Irish coast, historical buildings, towns, and Giant’s Causeway without concerns about maps or directions.

The Giant’s Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and geological formation that has left visitors speechless and curious for centuries. Estimated to have been formed 50-60 million years ago during a period of intense volcanic activity, the area has provided inspiration for Irish folklore, geologists’ studies, and human awe for ages. Don’t miss the beauty and wonder of this truly unique natural area. Book your bus tour of Northern Ireland today.

Dublin to Giant’s Causeway Day Trip

Our Belfast bus tour gives you the opportunity to relax and reflect on the coast, learn about Irish traditions, understand the disparity between folklore and modern science, and sample some of Ireland’s finest whiskey all in a single day.

Here are a few of the highlights of our Giant’s Causeway Bus Tour:

  • Glenarm – See this historic castle, famous for its abundant salmon fishing and haunted mysteries!
  • Carnlough – Enjoy stunning harbour with distinctive character.
  • Cushendall – This 19th Century red curfew house is fully preserved, offering a unique window back in time.
  • Ballycastle – Visit the home to the remarkable and one of a kind 400 year-old ‘Oul Lammas Fair’.
  • Carrick a Rede – Check out the remarkable rope bridge and try your luck at crossing it to take in picturesque views of Rathlin Island.
  • Ballintoy – Explore this quaint and charming coastal town with beautiful harbours and shops.
  • Giant’s Causeway Café – The tour will stop here for a 30 minute lunch and rest before venturing out for more.
  • Bushmills Distillery – Indulge a bit by taking part in a wee tipple in the distillery’s infamous tasting room; it’s all part of the Irish adventure!
    Giant’s Causeway – The main attraction ends our tour. Here you will take in the informative outdoor museum, extensive gardens, and breathtaking views while enjoying the fresh smell of the sea.

You will have plenty of time for photo opportunities and reflection after learning about the causeway’s unique geological formation and historical significance. Our guides are available to answer any questions you may have and provide you with a deeper understanding of Northern Ireland’s unique heritage, customs, and charm.

Our itinerary packed with the best Northern Ireland has to offer makes for the perfect day trip from Dublin! Book your Giant’s Causeway Bus Tour in Belfast today by calling 0044 2890 915 613 or book with us online.

We also have an itinerary from Belfast.

giants causeway tour from dublin

Itinerary of the Tour

The first stop of the day is at the beautiful town of Carrickfergus so you can have a walk round the 12th century castle and see the ramparts stone walls and ancient harbour.
We will be travelling along the fantastic Antrim coast road with the Irish sea on our right and the Glens of Antrim on the left of the coach.
We will be passing the spectacular Glens of Antrim and even climbing Glencorp And crossing the Glen Dun Bridge before climbing to the top of GlenDun and then descending into the town of Ballycastle
We will be stopping at the carrick a rede rope bridge and the old quarry of Larrybane which was used as a location for the filming of the Game of Thrones Television series.
we will be making 30 min lunch stop at the giants causeway cafe.
We will be stopping at the oldest licenced whiskey distillery in the world where you will be able to take photos of the whiskey casks and purchase a bottle of the good stuff
The high light of the day is our stop to the giants causeway its self where you will be able to walk across the stones themselves
Our last stop of the day before returning to Belfast is a photostop at the amazing Dunluce castle
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