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Belfast & Giant's Causeway: 2-Day Rail Tour from Dublin5 Reviews
See Belfast and the Giant’s Causeway on a 2-day tour of Northern Ireland. You’ll travel by train from Dublin to Belfast, spend the night in Belfast, and explore the city and its attractions on a hop-on hop-off tour.
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- Follow the Antrim Coast Road crossing the lovely Glens of Antrim
- See Ballycastle and the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge
- Join the Belfast hop-on hop-off city tour
DescriptionYour Northern Ireland tour departs daily from Dublin, returning the following day. In January-February and November-December, departures are available Monday-Saturday. Detailed Itinerary Day 1 At 07:35 you’ll check in at Dublin’s Connolly Station for your departure on the Enterprise Service to Belfast. On arriving in Belfast the tour will head to the famous Antrim Coast Road, crossing the lovely Glens of Antrim on the way to Ballycastle and the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge. This part of the tour is possible from mid-March through October only. On a clear day you’ll enjoy glimpses of the coast of Scotland. Afterwards you’ll continue to the stunning Giant’s Causeway, and make a photo stop at Dunluce Castle before returning to Belfast for an overnight stay at your 4-star city center hotel. Day 2 (B) After enjoying a full Irish breakfast, known here as the famous Ulster Fry, you’ll join a hop-on/hop-off bus tour of Belfast which will take you around the city and to its major attractions. The tour stops at the Titanic Quarter, where the great but ill-fated ocean liner was built. You’ll also see Belfast Castle and have time for shopping. You can return to Dublin on any scheduled train service or join the group leaving for Dublin at 20:10, arriving at Dublin’s Connolly Station at 22:15.
IncludesAll transfers Tours Admissions 1-night’s stay at a Belfast city center four-star hotel (full Irish breakfast included)
- Please note: Sterling (British) currency is required in Northern Ireland.