Northern Ireland: Discover the best of the north and Titanic's heritage
From Belfast City’s four diverse quarters to the Giant’s Causeway , you will be won over by all that Northern Ireland has to offer.
You’ll walk along the columns of the extraordinary Giant’s Causeway; visit Northern Ireland’s great Cities; and even discover the ancient secrets of Newgrange. Stopping off in picturesque villages along your route and taking a break to see the natural splendors of this region, you’ll meet friendly locals with strong traditional links.
Today head towards Belfast City. On your way stop at the ancient wonder Newgrange. The megalithic passage grave at Newgrange features elaborate stone carvings and the tomb itself predates the Roman civilisation, England’s Stonehenge and even the pyramids of Egypt! Overnight in Belfast.More
Spend a full day in Belfast. This thriving city is divided into four quarters: the Gaeltacht Quarter, the Cathedral Quarter, the Queen’s Quarter and the Titanic Quarter. Each quarter has its own defining characteristics, but the one that unifies them is the people and their charismatic nature and welcoming charm. Don’t miss the Titanic Belfast. There are nine galleries of interactive exhibition space, a dark ride, underwater exploration theatre, recreations of the ship’s decks and cabins and a luxurious conference and banqueting suite. This landmark structure is truly a sight to behold, with a unique architectural design influenced by numerous maritime themes, including the unforgettable forward bow of the Titanic itself. Overnight in Belfast.More
The Giant's Causeway
Today take a scenic route from Belfast to Giant’s Causeway where you will pass through a variety of picturesque coastal villages. Stop at Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Once you cross the bridge you’ll be rewarded with a diverse range of birdlife and incredible views across to Rathlin Island and Scotland. Continue to Giant’s Causeway, which is a truly magical place. Set against a dynamic coastal landscape with views of crushing Atlantic waves and rugged cliffs, the causeway forms a jagged formation, which juts out in Scotland’s direction. Overnight in Derry.More
The City of Derry/Londonderry (also called the “Walled City” or the “Maiden City”) is known for its culture, creativity and the strong heritage that encompasses the city and its legendary walls, reaching back as far at the 17th Century. You will travel from Derry to Donegal through the scenic of the Inishowen Peninsula. This beautiful coastal drive is lined with activities and stunning natural sights – Slieve Snaght (the highest point in Inishowen), the Knockamany Bends (stand atop the cliff and admire the views of the Five Fingers Strand) and Fort Dundee (originally a military fort and now a military museum). Overnight in Donegal.More
Ulster American Folk Park
Today head back to Dublin. On the way you can stop at Ulster American Folk Park. This open air museum in Castletown (just outside Omagh) explores the historical link between Ulster and America, dealing mainly with those particular immigrants who sailed from Ulster to America in the 18th and 19th Centuries. The folk park is one of the three national museums of Northern Ireland and features displays on the lifestyles and experience of those people who took that leap of faith and ventured to the Newfoundland. Overnight in Dublin.More
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Rental car (category B, unlimited mileage, location service charge, VAT, CDW insurance, TP insurance, Super Cover insurance)
Lunches & dinners
Tourist attraction entrance fees
- Dublin City- Ireland’s capital city has a plethora of attractions, museums, pubs and an epic history
- Newgrange- Constructed over 5,000 years ago it is older than the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt
- The Giant's Causeway- Northern Ireland's only UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Ireland's most popular attractions
- Belfast City- This bustling city is packed full of history, culture and wonderful attractions
- Glencolmcille– This isolated area has unimaginable beauty and wonderful coastal views
- Ulster American Folk Park– An open air museum which explores Irish-American History
Overnights for this Tour
- Dublin for 1 night
- Belfast for 2 nights
- Derry for 1 night
- Donegal for 2 nights
- Dublin for 1 night
Full payment is required and the time of confirming the booking and signing the contract.
Cancellations must be advised in writing by fax or e-mail prior to departure during normal business hours (9.00am to 5.30pm GMT, Mondays through Fridays).
Full refund for all cancellation done 60 days before travel date.
Bookings cancelled between 59 - 14 days before travel date - 50% of payment will be refund
Booking cancelled less the 14 days before travel date - no refund will be offered
* Minor program changes are sometimes necessary, depending on hotels availability.