What a fabulous trip with Paddy Wagon Tours. We went to see the Dark Hedges from Game of Thrones, the rope bridge, giants causeway and finally and hour and a bit in Belfast City. The tour guide (Mr T) was very knowledgeable on Irish History...More
Giants Causeway Coastal Tours
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Fantastic spot, a must see world heritage site with an inexpensive bus to fairy there. But be aware, the National Trust have been acting as if they own this site. THEY DON’T, IT BELONGS TO US ALL. The National Trust actions are reflected by the...More
The Giants Causeway is a huge attraction that gets tons of visitors, so get there early in the day. There is a "green admission" fee for those who walk, cycle or take public transportation. We rented a hybrid car and qualified for the discount. Obviously,...More
Visited the causeway for the first time. A bit disappointed as the stones look a lot bigger on TV than actually are but still worth seeing. Very busy place with all nationalities visiting so good for the economy. Nice visitors centre with lovely gifts on...More
This property is run by national trust and they are working hard to keep the place looking nice. We spent 4hrs looking around and we were not disappointed well worth the visit and the centre at the top is very well kept.
Really nice place to visit. Nice to see that the free entry was adertised for those who did not want to do the national trust audio video part. There is a bus service to take you to the stones and back if needed.
Awesome. Stunning views. Four trails - red being the hardest - 162 steps up. Truly a brilliant experience. The only big downside is if you wish to use the National Trust cafe or even the gift shop you have to buy an entrance tickets which...More
Absolutely stunning and leaves you in awe, one cannot miss this! The entrance building is beautifully designed and the entire experience is easy to navigate. I like that there were different paths to choose from: stand and view, medium hike, advanced hike, etc..
We arrived early so there were very few people at the causeway. There is ample parking and the visitor centre is modern and houses a large gift shop. The attraction itself is amazing especially if you can get there early and take it all in....More
We came to the causeway on our own with a private driver we hired to tour the Antrim coast. This stop was a highlight! A UNESCO heritage site for good reason. The basalt column formations are other worldly and should not be missed. There’s a...More