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Giant's Causeway Tour from Dublin

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The Giants Causeway Tour – Quick Facts

What: Guided day tour

Where: Dublin, Ireland

Availability: Daily

Start Time: 6.30am

Don’t Miss: The opportunity to cross the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

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Explore The Giant’s Causeway

Escape the hustle and bustle of Dublin for the day and explore the spectacular Giant’s Causeway – one of Ireland’s most famous landmarks.

You’ll be picked from Dublin City Centre before heading up the East Coast to iconic beauty spot, passing breath-taking views along the way.

You’ll have the chance to walk in the footsteps of the legendary giant believed to have built the famous causeway many years ago!

Make sure you have your camera at the ready, as there will be plenty of picture-postcard photo opportunities you certainly don’t want to miss.

Giant's Causeway Tour Itinerary

  • 06:30am - Depart Dublin from Suffolk Street by the Molly Malone statue
  • 10:10am - Game Of Thrones – Dark Hedges
  • 11:05am - Traverse the Carrick-a-Rede Rope bridge
  • 12:30pm - Lunch (Not Included) 
  • 1:30pm - Giant’s Causeway UNESCO Heritage site
  • 3:15pm - Dunluce Castle tour ( self-guided )  - As seen in Game of Thrones
  • 8:00 pm - Arrive back in Dublin

Iconic Spots at the Giant’s Causeway

Uncover the fascinating legends and myths buried in the Giant’s Causeway…

Giant’s Boot:

You can’t visit the Giant’s Causeway without finding one of its most popular spots – The Giant’s Boot.

Legend has it the boot was left behind by Irish giant, Finn McCool, as he darted from Scottish giant, Benandonner after he was challenged to a fight.

Wishing Chair:

Make sure you keep a close eye out for the ‘Wishing Chair’ made of perfectly formed basalt stones!

Many believe any wishes made while sitting on the Wishing Chair will come true. So why not take a seat and see if your wishes will be granted?

The Camel:

Put your eyesight to the test and see if you can spot the camel figure hidden in the rocks.

Rumour has is the camel belonged to Finn McCool and was turned to stone at the bottom of County Antrim’s cliffs.

See famous locations featured in Game of Thrones

You’ll have the chance to roam around the exact spots featured in the hit Game of Thrones TV series!

See if you can pluck up the courage and cross the legendary ‘Carrick-a-Rede’ rope bridge. You’ll be able have a peep at the spot where Renly Baratheon’s war camp was set up and Petyr ‘Littlefinger’ Baelish often hung out.

You’ll also pass through the Dark Hedges, or commonly known as the King's Road, where Arya escaped from King’s Landing and dressed up as a boy to avoid being captured.

It’s no surprise that the Irish often refer to it as the 8th Wonder of the World!

Take a walk through the ruins of Dunluce Castle

Saunter along the stunning County Antrim coastline and discover the remains of the historic Dunluce Castle – or House of Greyjoy, as Game of Thrones fans will know it.

Be sure you take a stroll along the spectacular beachfront which looks out onto the unspoilt Whitepark Bay and Portbradden – a quaint little fishing village.

Return transport from Dublin 

There’s no need to stress over sorting public transport or paying for expensive car hire to get to the Giant’s Causeway.

Your ticket includes return transport to Dublin City Centre, so all you need to do is kick back and enjoy the scenic route.

Suitable for:
  • Infants
  • Families
  • Couples
  • Groups
  • Teenagers
  • Seniors
Great for:
  • Explorers
  • Culture Vultures
  • Nature Lovers


Daily, all year round (except Christmas Day)


  • Tours depart at 6.30am and finish at approx. 8pm.
  • Please ensure you arrive at the departure point at least 15 minutes before your tour is due to begin.

Departure point:

  • Your tour departs from Suffolk Street by the Molly Malone statue in Dublin City Centre.


Please allow a full day (approximately 13 hours) for this tour.

What to Wear:

We recommend you bring warm clothing and comfortable shoes as some walking can be expected.

Disabled Access:

Unfortunately this tour is not suitable for people with walking difficulties.


  • Entrance to the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is included
  • Lunch is not included, however you will have plenty of time to grab something to eat throughout the day.
  • Part of the tour includes Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom


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