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Giant's Causeway
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Northern Ireland's most popular tourist destination: this large stretch of staircase-shaped rocks is the result of cooled lava from volcanic eruptions that took place over 65 million years ago.
Reviewed 9 August 2014

We really enjoyed our trip to the Causeway, some of the trails are closed but clearly marked as such. Be sure to try and plan your route in and out. Take the steps down and use the roadway back up to the top.

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Reviewed 9 August 2014

We recently visited here w/Bus tour. The Facilities , visitor center, etc are very nice. You may take the shuttle to the Causeway, yet the weather was fair, so we walked. The Headsets are wonderful & are worth the money. Needless to say... the natural Basalt Hexagonal rock formations are incredible. So cool in fact I would return just to experience this site again. Great Photo Opps. We walked back up the hill , with the intention of "Earning" our PInt, at the Pub near the visitor center , called the NOOK. This site provided the opportunity for a nice hike, awesome and unique natural scenery, great pic's , cool irish folklore history & the cherry on top, was the deliciuos Pint of the Black stuff to finish the visit.

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Reviewed 9 August 2014

No matter how many pictures, videos or documentals you see about this place it is only after you see it, walk it and touch it that you realize this amazing natural site.

This is one of those places you want to visit when you are in full health in order to be able to climb it and experience it in full.

I would say it is one of the most amazing places I´ve ever been in my life.

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Reviewed 8 August 2014

It was a fantastic and exciting day for us and the children. The place is well managed and organised with friendly staff. The selection of food and drinks on offer as well as souvenirs in the visitors centre is great. The handsets are included in the price and there are handsets for adults and children available. The stories are excellent and the ones for children are beautifully told and presented. The walk to the Causeway is wonderful with seats on the side of the road to rest and enjoy the view. There is also a bus for ₤1 available to those who need it. We had a lovely weather too which allowed us to enjoy this visit to the max. The most exciting part is to walk and climb up on the Causeway and get the birds-eye view - the kids absolutely loved it and enjoyed every step of the way, literally. There are also other, small, private local pubs with great local food close by with outdoor seating and gorgeous view. If in Northern Ireland, this is a must see and worth coming back to it.

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Reviewed 8 August 2014

Just sitting watching the waves was fun. If you are national trust members do not get caught out by the guy walking the queue directing you to an "all day carpark" as it is £6 but if you are not NT members this is actually a good deal. (Would be £16 for two adults to park at the NT carpark (parking is per person but entry to the rocks on foot is free)

At the rocks our 2 year old daughter loved scrambling on the causeway, but the first bit up is a bit scary so take care and hold them tight.

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