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Giant's Causeway Premium Day Tour from Belfast (Includes Admissions)
$50.26 per adult
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Giant’s Causeway Day Trip from Belfast
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Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge Day Trip from Dublin
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Game of Thrones and Giant's Causeway Full-Day Tour from Belfast
$35.90 per adult
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Northern Ireland Highlights Day Trip Including Giant's Causeway from Dublin
$93.05 per adult
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Giant's Causeway, Titanic Experience and Dark Hedges Day Tour from Belfast
$50.26 per adult
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Giant's Causeway Tour From Belfast
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Guided Day Tour of Giant's Causeway from Belfast by Comfortable Coach
$45.95 per adult
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5-Day North of Ireland Tour from Dublin
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5-Day North of Ireland Tour from Dublin

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Explore Northern Ireland on this 5-day tour from Dublin, and stop by areas, such as Galway, Cong, Connemara, and Belfast. Choose from three different lodging options, and have your accommodations and transport taken care of for four nights and five days. See Glenveagh National Park, Glenveagh Castle, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle, Titanic Belfast, the Peace Wall, and the Dark Hedges.
$563.52 per adult
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Jeffry b wrote a review Feb 14
Essendon, Australia6,686 contributions1,972 helpful votes
Ever since I saw a picture of the Giant's Causeway in Arthur Mee's Children's Encyclopedia at the age of 12 I have wanted to visit it. Now I have. Even the grasping National Trust couldn't take away the magic. Even the preposterous story about the dueling giants was a trifle credible. The only comparable natural phenomenum in the Grand Canyon in Arizona, which is a lot bigger, so I suppose you have to tolerate thousands of tourists squeezing into a relatively small space.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Alex S wrote a review Jan 2021
Dublin, Ireland28 contributions
A fascinating place. I often have a hard time explaining to my friends from above that this is not man-made. But it does look like that!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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thepheasantplucker wrote a review Jan 2021
Coleraine, United Kingdom42 contributions27 helpful votes
The Causeway is a truly beautiful breathtaking place. However until 2012 parking was about £6, allowing for inflation, today that might have now reached about £7.50. Since the National Trust took over the parking from the council and opened their ugly centre a family ticket to be allowed to park there is now £31.50 (you will also be herded past a big cartoon and a pricey gift shop in a brutal concrete cavern you do not need to see for this money). The money grabbing treatment and greed now exhibited at this national treasure leaves an EXTREMELY sour taste in the mouth. The ominous ever hovering red coats may be briefed to justify this to visitors in any way possible, but it is as dreadful as it was in 2012, and prices have been pumped up over 50% in 8 years! Wise up National Trust this is contemptible behaviour from a national institution. I recall the NT were given control of the parking to protect open access for future generations, fat chance it seems! Again this week we were blocked from accessing, at least with Corona lockdowns we can see the site again as we naturally should for a while. I wish the council would have the courage to build a nice big old car park allowing access again for about £5 right beside this ongoing travesty. I for one would cheer them on loudly after being denied access once more this week.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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AandE_G wrote a review Nov 2020
Marion, Illinois569 contributions177 helpful votes
The Giant's Causeway was a really cool natural area, but it was completely packed with tourists so it was kind of hard to enjoy. We came from a cruise ship tour, so I'm sure our boat contributed to the huge crowds. I've heard that if you go near closing time it's completely empty, so maybe try that.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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suki wrote a review Nov 2020
Three Cocks, United Kingdom8 contributions24 helpful votes
barbs don’t be fooled it looks like honeycomb but it’s not. just a bunch of lumpy rocks in the sea. if it was honeycomb it would get a 5 star rating from me🙈
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Date of experience: November 2020
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