The excellent choice of tours that we can provide will ensure that you can see all that Belfast and Northern Ireland has to offer and we’re able to tailor any of these packages to suit your individual taste. We will collect you from your hotel or cruise ship as required, and whether you’re looking for a Giants Causeway, Mural or a Game of Thrones tour, or just want some time to relax and take in the stunning Northern Irish countryside, then we have something for everyone. All our tours are undertaken in modern and comfortable vehicles. for more information, please contact us today.
We'll arrange to collect you from your hotel or cruise ship and whisk you off for a day to remember. You can take in the stunning natural scenery of the Glens of Antrim coast . Then enjoy around 1-1/2 hours of free time to explore the 'Giant’s Causeway', Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage site.
Take photos of the natural wonder as you scramble along the unusual basalt columns and look out over the Atlantic coast. Dont forget to ask how the 'Giant’s Causeway' got its name, mythology tells stories of a giant named 'Finn MacCool'!
After taking in the 'Giant’s Causeway', get ready for even more dramatic scenery as you cross the famous 'Carrick-a-Rede' Rope Bridge. Are you brave enough to cross the historic rope bridge, which passes over 100ft (30m) above the swirling Atlantic Ocean and connects the coastal cliffs of Northern Ireland to 'Carrick-a-Rede' Island.
Then catch your breath and relax at the world famous 'Bushmills Distillery' tour and indulge in a 'wee dram' before heading back to pickup point.
Depending on time and preferences the tour can include the following attractions:-
Have a couple of hours to spare, then why not take a tour round the city, the 'Shankhill Road', the 'Falls Road', taking in the famous murals, the 'Peace Wall' and memorial sites which show how the city is healing and coming to terms with the past. See the famous 'Crumlin Road Goal' and Court House where many were imprisoned during the 'Troubles', and some were even executed during the second world war.These murals and memorials tell their own story in what has been called the 'Troubles' in Northern Ireland’s history. An experince definitely not to be missed and never forgotten.
This tour shows you key sites that you’ll be able to recognise from the series, giving you the chance to get up close and personal with the world of Westeros. The series has allowed Ireland to showcase some of its unique and beautiful landscapes. You will visit "The Dark Hedges" (aka The Kingsroad) which were trees planted in the 18th century and have intertwined with each other as they have grown over the years. You’ll also be able to visit other popular sites in the series which is along the North Antrim Coast, and capture stunning views and landscapes.
Other sites include: