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From Dublin to Galway, the Giant Causeway, to the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, Newgrange, Belfast and Malahide Castle, we offer lots of things to see and do on the Emerald Isle.
From Irish day tours, adventure activities, Iconic landmarks and hidden gems…. We’ve got you covered.

Cliffs of Moher Tour

Our Cliffs of Moher Tour from Dublin is a fully guided day tour to one of Ireland’s more impressive natural attractions and winner of the Gray Line Travellers’ Choice Award! It too includes a 2 hour stop at the Cliffs of Moher!

Cliffs of Moher Tour - Pricing and Booking

  • Adults - €48.00
  • Child - €33.00 (under14 -Child must be accompanied by a paying adult)
  • Duration: 11hrs

Cliffs of Moher Tour - Highlights

  • Guided tour to the Cliffs of Moher on an award winning tour!
  • Guaranteed 2 hour stop at the Cliffs of Moher!
  • Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre entrance included in this tour

Cliffs of Moher Tour - Inclusions

  • All entry fees included with entry to the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre also included!
  • Guaranteed 2 hour stop at the Cliffs of Moher Cliffs, the perfect amount of time to see and explore Ireland's biggest tourist attraction!
  • One of the only tours from Dublin offering the Cliffs of Moher Cruise as an extra!
  • A visit to the famous Doolin Village!
  • Wonderful and memorable views of the West of Ireland and Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way!
  • A quick visit to Galway City, ranked as one of the World's Top Cities to see by Lonely Planet. (Winter period only).
  • Experienced local Driver and Guide.
  • Free Wi-Fi on all vehicles.

Cliffs of Moher Tour - Please Note

  • Daily departures at 10:00.
  • E-ticket accepted. Please ask our staff if you wish to print voucher.
  • To check-in please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure at Dublin Visitor Centre, 118 Grafton Street, Dublin 2.
  • Cancellation policies apply. Read more on our Terms & Conditions.
  • We try to keep to the route but weather conditions and circumstances can changes and alter the route.
  • Please be sure to bring appropriate clothing including walking shoes and rain gear.
  • Subject to delays beyond Gray Line Ireland's control, we strive to keep itinerary times.
  • On the morning of your tour be sure to look out for our signature Gray Line Ireland red bus!
  • From November 1st we are not be visiting Doolin Village. Instead you will enjoy a 60 minute stop in Galway City, the European Capital of Culture! This is a slight change for the Winter period only!

Cliffs of Moher Tour - Tour Description

Our Cliffs of Moher Tour from Dublin is a fully guided day tour to one of Ireland’s more impressive natural attractions. And with professional tour guides on-board this Cliffs of Moher tour you are almost guaranteed a fun, safe and memorable day tour for all involved.

Your journey to the Cliffs of Moher will take you from the banks of Dublin’s River Liffey to Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way and back again, all in one day. This Cliffs Of Moher Tour from Dublin is fully guided and allows you and others to learn more about the island of Ireland and how it has become what we know and love today.

Of course, you too will get the chance to see the biggest visitor attraction in all of Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher, and it is here where you will experience the nature, geology, history, culture and music of this region, which in our opinion is like no other on this Earth.

Free entry into the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre is included with this day tour and is usually valued at €6.00*. Here you can enjoy a self-guided tour of the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre and as the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre is one of the best heritage sites on the island of Ireland you are sure to have great experience here too. Fun fact before you go; did you know it was built below ground to minimise visual impact in the Cliffs of Moher area and from time to time provides the best opportunity to escape the famous Cliffs of Moher weather, should the elements become too much on this Cliffs of Moher day trip from Dublin!

However, should you wish to brave the elements and go on a Cliffs of Moher walk to get that perfect selfie, then you will have plenty of time to do so as we allow at least 2 hours for you to enjoy this area!

We too offer Cliffs of Moher Cruise, this Cliffs of Moher boat cruise tour on the edge of Western Europe (next stop is America by the way) is an added extra and allows you the chance to join the O’Brien family as you depart from the small country town of Doolin. Sailing south for approximately 20 – 30 minutes, to the highest point of the Cliffs of Moher, you will get to see the Cliffs of Moher cliff face up close and a large sea-stack often referred to as An Bhreannan Mor. You also might recognise some areas seen in the film Harry Potter And The Half-blood Prince! Please know that the Cliffs of Moher Cruise is a guided tour and is not available during the winter months!

For lunch, you’ll enjoy a leisure stop to explore Doolin Village, a small Irish town with several great pubs serving seafood, soups, sandwiches and Irish made hot meals, all of which can be washed down with a creamy pint of the black stuff of course. Please know from November 1st we are not visiting Doolin Village. Instead, you will enjoy a 60 minute stop in Galway City, the European Capital of Culture! This is a slight change for the Winter period only!

This stop at Galway City allows you to visit one of the world’s top cities for 2020 as recommended by Lonely planet. It too allows the perfect time to visit Galway’s Christmas Market, giving you a chance to get that perfect festive gift this year!

Other highlights of this guided day trip from Dublin include coastal drives and super views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Wild Atlantic Way alongside castles and monastery ruins, all of which are handpicked to give you an insight into Ireland’s Celtic, Christian and Medieval past.

Cliffs of Moher Tour - Itinerary

(March-October schedule. Winter times are subject to change)

  • 09:40 To Check-in, enter the Dublin Visitor Centre, 118 Grafton Street, Dublin 2
  • 10:00 Depart from College Green
  • 11:45 Time allowed to take a 15 minute rest-stop
  • 13:50 Arrive at the Cliffs of Moher
  • 16:05 Arrive at Doolin Village (Galway City from November 1st.)
  • 120:30 Arrive back in Dublin’s City Centre

Newgrange Passage Tomb & Hill of Tara Tour

Visit a UNESCO World Heritage site older than the Egyptian pyramids!
Our Newgrange & Hill of Tara Tour is one of the only tours which includes guaranteed entrance and guided tour of Newgrange’s world-famous Passage Tomb.

Newgrange Passage Tomb & Hill of Tara Tour - Pricing and Booking

  • Adults - €42.00
  • Child - €32.00 (under14 -Child must be accompanied by a paying adult)
  • Duration: 8.5hrs

Newgrange Passage Tomb & Hill of Tara Tour - Highlights

  • Visit UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Travel back in time and visit the burial chamber of royalty.
  • Enjoy guaranteed entry to the tomb of Newgrange, included in the price.
  • Spectacular views from Howth Summ

Newgrange Passage Tomb & Hill of Tara Tour - Inclusions

  • All entry fees are included!
  • A quick stop in Howth Village, a traditional Irish fishing village outside Dublin.
  • Quick photo-stop at Slane Castle!
  • Guaranteed entry to the Newgrange passage tomb!
  • Fully guided tour of Newgrange passage tomb included with each tour.
  • Fully guided walking tour of the Hill of Tara included - a chance to see the Stone of Destiny.
  • Wonderful and memorable views of Ireland's Ancient East.
  • Experienced local Driver and Guide.
  • Free Wi-Fi on all vehicles.
  • *Food and Drinks are not included

Newgrange Passage Tomb & Hill of Tara Tour - Please Note

  • Departures at 09:00. (Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday)
  • This tour only operates between the months of April to October.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure at Dublin Visitor Centre, 17 Lower O'Connell Street, Dublin 1.
  • E-ticket accepted. No need to print voucher.
  • We try to keep to the route but weather conditions and circumstances can changes and alter the route.
  • Please be sure to bring appropriate clothing including walking shoes and rain gear.
  • Subject to delays beyond Gray Line Ireland's control, we strive to keep itinerary times.
  • On the morning of your tour be sure to look out for our signature Gray Line Ireland red bus!

Newgrange Passage Tomb & Hill of Tara Tour - Tour Description

Our Newgrange & Hill of Tara Tour departing from Dublin’s city centre to this famous passage tomb, gives you the chance to visit the famed burial chamber, with free entry included.

Departing from Dublin four days a week, it is a must do for all visiting the island of Ireland. Also stopping at the Hill of Tara, which was once the ancient seat of the High Kings of Ireland, you will also get the opportunity to visit Howth Harbour & Village, renowned for beautiful views over north county Dublin.

This unique and once in a lifetime opportunity includes a guaranteed guided visit to the Newgrange Passage Tomb, a UNESCO World Heritage Site dated 3,200BC and is one of the oldest Neolithic burial chambers in Europe, it is even said to be older than the Egyptian pyramids!

Finally, get the chance to visit the Stone of Destiny, Lia Fáil, which is the most famous monument at Tara and is Ireland’s ancient coronation stone. The Stone sits on the King’s seat; and in Irish Mythology, it is said to be the Stone of Destiny, a sacred object left behind by mythic godlike people, which too was once said to be Ireland’s greatest Tribe, Tuatha Dé Danann. Legend says the stone will roar when touched by the rightful King of Tara, visitors are invited to try; you never know what might happen!

Newgrange Passage Tomb & Hill of Tara Tour - Itinerary

  • 08.45 Check in at Dublin Visitor Centre, 17 Lower O’Connell Street, Dublin 1.
  • 09.00 Depart from Dublin City.
  • 09.45 Arrive Howth Village.
  • 12.00 Arrive at the Newgrange Passage Tomb.
  • 15.45 Arrive at the Hill of Tara.
  • 17.30 Arrive back in Dublin City Centre.

Giants Causeway & Belfast Tour

Travel in style and enjoy Ireland's eastern coastline with a visit to Belfast City and the Giants Causeway included!

Giants Causeway & Belfast Tour - Pricing and Booking

  • Adults - €65.00
  • Child - €45.00 (under14 -Child must be accompanied by a paying adult)
  • Duration: 13hrs

Giants Causeway & Belfast Tour - Highlights

  • A chance to see the iconic Belfast City with Taxi Tours Northern Ireland.
  • A fully guided tour to Belfast City, the Giant's Causeway & Dunluce Castle!
  • See the Belfast Peace Wall, Queens University and the iconic murals form the Irish troubles.
  • A 2 hour stop at the Giants Causeway - the perfect chance to discover and explore.
  • A chance to visit the once well divided city of Belfast.

Giants Causeway & Belfast Tour - Inclusions

  • A 2 hour stop in Northern Ireland's capital city of Belfast, home to the Titanic!
  • A chance to see the Murals of Belfast City on a Black Cab Tour of the city - Fully guided!
  • Perfect photo-stop at Dunluce Castle - Used as the House of Greyjoy in the Game of Thrones series.
  • A 2 hour stop at the Giants Causeway - the perfect chance to discover and explore.
  • A chance to see White Park Bay - A three-mile-long beach with the finest views the island of Ireland has to offer!
  • Wonderful and memorable views of the Giants Causeway and Northern Ireland's Antrim Coast.
  • Experienced local Driver and Guide.
  • Free Wi-Fi on all vehicles.
  • *Food and Drinks not included

Giants Causeway & Belfast Tour - Please Note

  • E-ticket accepted. No need to print voucher.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure at Dublin Visitor Centre, 118 Grafton Street, Dublin 2.
  • We try to keep to the route but weather conditions and circumstances can changes and alter the route.
  • Subject to delays beyond Gray Line Ireland's control, we strive to keep itinerary times.
  • On the morning of your tour be sure to look out for our signature Gray Line Ireland red bus!

Giants Causeway & Belfast Tour - Tour Description

Our one day  Giants Causeway & Belfast City Guided Tour will bring you to one of Northern Ireland’s most treasured city and sites. With you getting the chance to visit Belfast City and of course the world famous Giants Causeway.

Departing early morning, your first stop is Belfast City, a city that is rich in heritage, which offers a host of vibrant cultural and artistic experiences for you to enjoy. Arriving here first allows you to enjoy a 2-hour stop to stretch your legs and soak up the atmosphere of what once was a well-divided city.

Here we recommend you to take the Black Taxi Tour with Taxi Tours NI a tour which will bring you along Shankill Road, allowing you the chance to view the murals of troubled times and also the Peace Wall. It is a personalised taxi tour with detailed first hand a tales and stories on how Belfast City was and still is shaped by the Irish troubles and is a must-do when in the city of Belfast!

Or you can visit the ever-popular museum called the Titanic Experience which has been opened to document the story of Belfast, its shipyard and the Titanic ship. Here you can dive into the Ship Fact Files for fascinating trivia about many other great ships built in the famous Harland and Wolff shipyard and explore exclusive Titanic Stories – original pieces of research on the world’s most famous ship.

Next, Dunluce Castle, first built on the dramatic coastal cliffs of north County Antrim by the MacQuillan family around 1500. It was then seized by the ambitious MacDonnell clan in the 1550’s, who set about stamping their mark on the castle under the leadership of the famous warrior chieftain Sorely Boy MacDonnell during an era of violence, intrigue and rebellion.

Next, on this tour, you will visit the Giants Causeway, which of course is one of the highlights of this trip. The Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage site consists of a series of over 40,000 hexagonal shaped rocks that looks like a grand set of stairs leading into the sea. This formation has been astounding generations.

Next on the tour is White Park Bay is a bay and three-mile-long beach located near Ballycastle, County Antrim on the north coast of Northern Ireland, along the Giant’s Causeway Coastal Route. Sheep and cattle graze the hills and beach along the bay, which has been under the care of the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty since 1938. Providing the perfect photo-opportunity!

After your short ‘city-break’ comes to an end, we will them take a drive along the Northern Irish countryside visiting the picturesque Northern Ireland countryside which looks like it comes straight out of a storybook. Before arriving back in Dublin to enjoy a pint of the black stuff and toast to a wonderful and memorable day outside the city!

Giants Causeway & Belfast Tour - Itinerary

  • 08:15 To Check-in, enter the Dublin Visitor Centre, 118 Grafton Street, Dublin 2
  • 08:30 Depart from Pearse Street
  • 11.30 Belfast City
  • 14.15 Dunluce Castle
  • 14.30 Giants Causeway
  • 16.40 Rope Bridge viewing point and Antrim Coast
  • 20.30 Arrive back in Dublin City Centre

Game Of Thrones & Giants Causeway Tour

Our Cliffs of Moher Tour from Dublin is a fully guided day tour to one of Ireland’s more impressive natural attractions and winner of the Gray Line Travellers’ Choice Award! It too includes a 2 hour stop at the Cliffs of Moher!

Game Of Thrones & Giants Causeway Tour - Pricing and Booking

  • Adults - €65.00
  • Child - €45.00 (under14 -Child must be accompanied by a paying adult)
  • Duration: 13hrs

Game Of Thrones & Giants Causeway Tour - Highlights

  • A quick drive by Belfast City with in-depth knowledge on its troubled past.
  • Guided tour to the Giants Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage site!
  • Enjoy the spectacular views of Carrick-a-Rede and have the chance to cross the Rope Bridge
  • A 1.45 minute stop at the Giants Causeway to explore.
  • A Game of Thrones photo stop at the Dunluce Castle & Larrybane Bay.

Game Of Thrones & Giants Causeway Tour -Inclusions

  • A drive through Northern Ireland's capital city of Belfast, home to the Titanic!
  • Perfect photo-stop at Dunluce Castle - Used as the House of Greyjoy in the Game of Thrones series.
  • A chance to visit Larrybane Quarry - A key filming location in the Game of Thrones series.
  • Guaranteed crossing of the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge (weather permitting).
  • Wonderful and memorable views of the Giants Causeway and Northern Ireland's Antrim Coast.
  • All entry fees included.
  • Experienced local Driver and Guide.
  • Free Wi-Fi on all vehicles.
  • *Food and Drinks and Entrance to the Giants Causeway Visitor Center NOT included

Game Of Thrones & Giants Causeway Tour - Please Note

  • E-ticket accepted. No need to print voucher.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure at Dublin Visitor Centre, 118 Grafton Street, Dublin 2.
  • We try to keep to the route but weather conditions and circumstances can changes and alter the route.
  • Please be sure to bring appropriate clothing including walking shoes and rain gear.
  • Subject to delays beyond Gray Line Ireland's control, we strive to keep itinerary times.
  • On the morning of your tour be sure to look out for our signature Gray Line Ireland red bus!

Game Of Thrones & Giants Causeway Tour - Tour Description

Our Giants Causeway tour from Dublin is a fully guided tour to one of Northern Ireland’s more unique landscapes. With daily departures from Dublin City centre, this fully English language tour is the perfect way to explore one of the most fascinating coastlines in the world.

This Giants Causeway Day Trip from Dublin includes a number of spots along the way including two photo stops inspired by the TV series Game of Thrones. On this tour, you get to see Dunluce Castle, used as the House of Greyjoy, which is perched on the north Antrim Coast, and perfectly captures the atmosphere and intrigue of the medieval world.

From there you will pass Ballintoy Harbour, the location where Theon came ashore on Pyke Island, where Theon later rededicated his faith to the ‘Drowned God’, where Ser Davos seeks the help of Salladhor Saan for the Battle of Blackwater Bay, and where Gendry escapes Dragonstone in a rowing boat.

From there you then have the chance to visit the Giants Causeway, which of course is one of the highlights of this trip. The Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage site consists of a series of over 40,000 hexagonal shaped rocks that looks like a grand set of stairs leading into the sea. This formation has been astounding generations. It is here you will get the all the information on the Giants Causeway facts, and should you have any questions after you 1.45 minute stop be sure to ask you Gray Line Ireland, local expert!

As your time in the Giants Causeway comes to an end, you then have a chance to cross the famous Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, where you all get the chance to walk on the wild side, some 30 metres above sea-level. It is here you have the chance to see some spectacular views of Rathlin Island and the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland.

And once you walk on the wild side comes to an end you have the chance to visit the most delightful and picturesque bay in the whole of Northern Ireland! Located along the stunning Northern Coast of Ireland lies Larrybane Bay & Headland, which used to stretch out towards Sheep Island. Its large limestone caves once served as a home to boat builders and as a safe haven from winter storms many years ago! And for all you Game of Throne fans out there, it too is where Lord Renly swears to Lady Stark he will avenge Ned Stark’s death, but alas, meets his own end at the hands of Melisandre’s shadow baby. Making Larrybane Bay & Headland a must-see for all looking to really experience the true nature of Antrim’s coast! You could even say that this is the best Dublin Game of Thrones tour on the market with a mix of Ireland and Game of throne all blended in one perfect day tour from Dublin!

Game Of Thrones & Giants Causeway Tour -Itinerary

  • 08.30 To Check-in, enter the Dublin Visitor Centre, 118 Grafton Street, Dublin 2
  • 08.55 Depart from College Green
  • 12.45 Dunluce Castle
  • 13.00 Giants Causeway
  • 15.00 Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
  • 16.00 Larrybane Bay, Quarry & Headland
  • 20.30 Dublin City Centre*