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Giant's Causeway and Titanic Experience Tour from Belfast Port
  • Giant's Causeway and Titanic Experience Tour from Belfast Port

    $87.81Price
    Stretch your sea legs a bit as we take you on a cruise excursion designed around you and your ship.Jump aboard as we will make your time in Northern Ireland memorable and unforgettable.

    In store on this day trip is a visit to the Giant Causeway, The Dark Hedges and to top it off a tour of the world-renowned Titanic museum.
    All our cruise excursions are designed to pick you up from the ship and to return you on time for the expected departure. As a result, some locations might not be visited or with reduced times. This is all done to ensure a smooth visit and to see you sail away again. The final itinerary will be discussed on the day with the group as a lot depends on the actual docking time of the ship.

    Dunluce Castle
    “There was an old man of Dunluce, who went out to sea on a goose. When he’d gone out a mile, he observed with a smile, it is time to return to Dunluce.”Unlike the old man we are not returning but in fact, visiting. A quick photo stop at one of the best castle ruins in Northern Ireland and steeped in history. Balanced on the edge of a cliff Dunluce Castle is truly a sight to behold. Dunluce Castle was built around 1300 by Richard de Burgh, the Red Earl of Ulster. It has passed many hands and even belonged to the Churchill family at one point. The only parts of that castle to survive are a section of the wall facing the mainland and 2 of the round towers. Still worth a photo stop and not to be missed.

    Giant's Causeway
    This must-see World Heritage Site is Northern Ireland's most popular visitor attraction, and for good reason. Magnificent seascape and of course the awe-inspiring hexagonal/polygonal stone columns that form the legendary Causeway itself, some of which reach 40 feet (12 meters) into the air. The Giant’s Causeway was declared a World Heritage Site in 1986. Some of the structures, having been subject to several million years of weathering, resemble objects, such as the Organ and Giant's Boot structures. Follow the trail down and see if you can spot them for yourself. Scientist claim the causeway was formed as a result of a volcanic eruption but we believe the Giant Finn MacCool was so enraged with the Scottish giant, Benandonner, that he tore large pieces out of the nearby cliffs and rammed them down into the seabed, making a causeway between Northern Ireland and Scotland. Benandonner crossed the sea to fight Finn but a caning plan made him fear the Giant and on his hasty retreat he destroyed the rocks, leaving behind what we have today. Why don’t you come and decide for yourself which version is the truth?

    The Dark Hedges
    The avenue of beech trees was planted 350 years ago to impress visitors as they approached the entrance to the Georgian mansion, Gracehill House, and it still impresses us today. Today about 90 of the original 150 or so trees remain and they form an atmospheric tunnel along the road. Used as a location in the hit HBO series: The Game of Thrones it is a dream location for amateur and professional photographers alike.A good opportunity to stretch the legs as you take in the view. You might even encounter The Grey Lady as she swoops through the trees.

    Titanic Museum
    Come and relive the ill-fated story of the most famous ship ever built.This fantastic aluminum-clad building tells the story of the Titanic from conception, construction, and the launch. One of the world's leading tourist attractions and a must-see. Titanic Belfast has been credited for helping to transform tourism in Northern Ireland for the better over the past few years. The tourist attraction has also welcomed many famous visitors including Queen Elizabeth, Hillary Clinton, and the man who discovered the Titanic, Dr. Robert Ballard. Add your name to the list in this once in a lifetime experience. Why not have a quick pint of the black stuff before we leave? Hickson’s Point bar aims to resemble an authentic 1900’s Belfast pub. The name of the space is inspired by Robert Hickson, one of the first shipbuilders in Belfast and located just outside the museum you can sneak away for a perfect pint of Guinness.

    Belfast City
    Belfast a small city with everything you would expect from a big city, so enjoy and make the most of your time here. Known as the birthplace of the Titanic and once classed as the most dangerous city in the world. Today it is a vibrant European hub, with friendly locals and amazing shopping. Enjoy a pint in some of the oldest pubs still operating or explore the many sights on offer.

    Belfast Cruise Port
    At the end of the day, we will return to the Cruise Port to have you back on time for the scheduled departure.

    Languages
    English

    Duration
    Subject to the ships docking and departure times
    SKU: E-U02-A0MRNO0069

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