Depart Dublin at 7:15am from a central meeting point. Your first stop is the Harland and Wolff shipyard, where the Titanic Museum is located. As the top-rated tourist attraction in Europe 2017 and winner of the World Leading Tourist Attraction 2016, this is an opportunity not to be missed. The Museum is full of interactive displays, pictures, videos and a 3D experience. Discover insightful exhibits detailing the construction, voyage and legacy of the Titanic. Here you can experience the entire life and story of the Titanic, from her fateful maiden voyage to her eventful discovery on the seabed of the North Atlantic. The journey will take you beyond the aftermath of the sinking to the later discovery of the ship. You will get around 2 hours to explore. Entrance fees included.
We also do a 5 minutes photo stop at Dunluce castle. This 13 century castle ruin is known as the nicest photo opportunity of all castles in Ireland and will make any amateur photographer look like a profesional photographer.
We then head up to the Giant's Causeway, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site that consists of 40 000 interlocking hexagonal basalt columns. These columns were formed around 60 million years ago in the aftermath of a volcanic eruption. Because of the exact science of contraction that happened, this is a very unique place to visit. Not to mention it is located on one of the most spectacular coastline in Ireland with views as far as Scotland on a clear day. You will have 2 hours to explore the "8th Wonder of the World". So you will have the time and opportunity to walk along the cliffs overlooking the Causeway taking stunning pictures, before going for a stroll on the Giant's Causeway itself.
Next, we go to the Dark Hedges. This lane of trees was featured in shows like Game of Thrones and movies like the Transformers, and is worth a photo stop on our way back to Belfast. We will do a quick 20-minute stop and give you the opportunity to walk from one end of the lane to the other and take a few pictures to remember for many years to come.
Our last stop of the day is Belfast. This city has transformed itself from the city that was known for The Troubles, to a city that is know for the friendliest locals in the world. You will now have an opportunity for around an hour to explore this amazing city centre. See the Big Fish, Albert's Clock, St. Anne's Cathedral and so much more in the city. You can also do some shopping or get something to eat on the way back to Dublin. A perfect end to a perfect day of sightseeing before heading back to Dublin.
Arrive back in Dublin between 7:30pm to 8:30pm
*Please note that all times are approximate. The locations might be visited in a different order, depends on traffic and weather.
Albert Memorial Clock Tower
St. Anne's Cathedral
The Saint Patrick Centre
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