Day Tours from Dublin To
See the very best of Northern Ireland on a Day Tour from Dublin city.
Northern Ireland is home to some wonderful tourist attractions and amazing scenery unlike anything else in the world. Belfast city is a gem, with lots of stunning Victorian and Georgian architecture to enjoy, as well as fantastic shops, green areas and top tourist attractions. The Titanic Experience has to be seen to be believed and the Giant's Causeway is a one of a kind in the world. Northern Ireland is a place of great history, friendly people and great whiskeys!
Titanic & Giant's Causeway with Wild Rover Tours
Combine the best of city life with the best of nature on this breathtaking Day Tour from Dublin with Wild Rover Tours. You'll visit the Giant's Causeway to see possibly the world's most impressive rock formations, then head to Belfast city to take in the Titanic Experience as well as the highly rated Black Taxi tour.
Giant's Causeway & Belfast City with Irish Day Tours
Visit Belfast and the Giant's Causeway with Irish Day Tours - Giant's Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage site which will leave you mesmorised! You'll then visit Belfast city where you'll enjoy a Political Taxi Tour and have time to explore this quaint city.
Titanic & Belfast City by Train
Go for the luxury optoin with this Day Tour by train. You'll take the Enterprise train direct to Belfast where you can explore this wonderful city and take in some wonderful cafes, restaurants and attractions. Tour includes admission to Belfast's top attraction The Titanic Experience.
Giant's Causeway & Glens of Antrim Day Tour
Explore the beauty of Northern Ireland as you travel by train to the rocky landscape of the Giant's Causeway and see the stunning Glens of Antrim.
Giant's Causeway in Spanish
This tour is designed especially for our Spanish speaking customers. Visit the Giant's Causeway, the Stunning Dunluce Castle (which has featured in several movies) and visit Belfast city all with live commentary from a native speaking Spanish tour guide.
Northern Ireland was famous around the world from the 1970's to the 1990's for the fighting that occurred between the Catholic and Protestant communities, which became known as "the troubles" Happily a lasting peace was established under the Good Friday Agreement which was established in 1998. Though Northern Ireland remains a part of the United Kingdom, the north and south of Ireland now maintain a warm relationship with strong economic cooporation, and 25 years of peace has meant that communities on both sides in Northern Ireland have enjoyed much prosperity and much happier lives. Northern Ireland is now a very safe place to visit and you won't find a more warm and welcoming people on the island of Ireland.