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Giant’s Causeway Day Trip from Belfast

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  • Visit Giant’s Causeway from Belfast with round-trip transport 
  • Your guide knows interesting historical tidbits to tell you along the way
  • See parts of Northern Ireland you may not have seen otherwise
Giant’s Causeway Day Trip from Belfast
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Giant’s Causeway Day Trip from Belfast
From US$26.31
Go to Old Bushmills Distillery, Giants Causeway, and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge all in one day on this guided tour by coach bus from Belfast. Save money on your rides to and from these attractions with round-trip transport from Belfast, which includes hotel pickup and drop-off in the city center.
What to Expect
Your Giant’s Causeway tour starts with a hotel pickup in Belfast. Board your air-conditioned coach bus, and get ready for your first stop at Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

Once you arrive at the bridge, pay your entrance fee (own expense), and stand in a short line to get your chance to cross the 65-foot-long (20-meter-long) bridge.

Next up is Old Bushmills Distillery, which is super popular for its Irish whiskeys. You can enjoy lunch here (own expense), and wander the gift shop to see if you’d like to pick up any souvenirs (own expense).

Last up on the day’s agenda is the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Giant’s Causeway. Your guide tells you cool local legends about the site as you climb the rocks on the coast. You get enough time at the Giant’s Causeway without feeling rushed.

Your tour ends with a drop-off back in Belfast city center.
Reviews (577)
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Reviewed today
Fantastic Tour

This tour surpassed our expectations. The coach was clean and comfortable, the itinerary was well organized, and our driver, Ray, was incredible. He was extremely knowledgeable, made sure we had all the information we needed, and was entertaining and kind. The value of the tour...More

Thank Global22776895326
Reviewed yesterday
Visit as part of day trip from Belfast

It is a National Heritage site with lots of history and character. I really enjoyed the long walk but some people might struggle on the uphill on the way back. Great photograph opportunities at various stops. Recommend that you get the tape recorder that provides...More

Thank chrishP5234TL
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Thursday 8th November

My County Down cousin and myself (an Irish Brummie) went on Ian's tour last Thursday. Ian was friendly, informative and witty, while remaining professional and inclusive. I can thoroughly recommend this tour, especially for people with a limited time in the North who would like...More

Thank 80russs
Reviewed 1 week ago
Cost-effective, convenient, informative, entertaining way to experience the Giant’s Causeway & more

As I was en route to Belfast, Northern Ireland natives kept telling me to get to the Giant’s Causeway. Looking at any photo you can see why. As you travel and see tours offered, you may wonder whether it pays to take a tour or...More

1  Thank Deborah S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Best tour we've ever had

Seriously guys- book this tour. We were overwhelmed by the offers for the Giant's Causeway Tour and taking this one was a very good idea. Our driver Troy was awesome, he had a lot of knowledge about everything and always a joke on his lips....More

Thank Sandra F
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3 September 2018|
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Response from edadeppo | Reviewed this property |
We were picked up from the outside of the Europa hotel at 9:15am and returned around 7:15pm that evening. There are a few different pick up points - I can’t remember where though but I can say they definitely covered many... More
2 September 2018|
Response from Valeriu A | Reviewed this property |
We’ve been given about 30 minutes, which is enough for shopping but too less for an organized tour through distillery.
Helen L
28 August 2018|
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Response from sallymack07 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. No we weren’t able to use a toilet on the coach but we did have several stops en route to use toilet facilities. The longest we went on the coach without a stop was 2hrs. I do believe there was a toilet on board if you... More