Excursión en tren a Irlanda del Norte, incluida Giant's Causeway desde Dublín
Después seguirá su viaje rumbo a la espectacular Calzada del Gigante, famosa por sus columnas de basalto poligonales. Es un lugar ideal para recorrer a pie, pero no se olvide de traer buen calzado para caminar.
Tras una parada para hacer fotos en el histórico Castillo de Dunluce, será hora de volver a Belfast para coger el tren de vuelta a la estación Connolly de Dublín (bocados ligeros disponibles a bordo).
- Host en trenes
- Paquete de información
- Conductor / guía
- Vehículo con aire acondicionado
- Recogida y regreso al hotel.
- Alimentos y bebidas, salvo que se especifique.
- Cargo local para cruzar el puente de cuerda de Carrick-a-rede (Abierto de marzo a octubre solamente)
- La confirmación se recibirá en el momento en que se realice la reserva
- Para bebés de 4 años o menos, se debe pagar una tarifa de 15 euros por día directamente.
- Este tour ofrece paradas en ruta para fotografías, compras, etc.
- Debido a razones operativas, en ocasiones puede ser necesario alterar ciertos itinerarios.
- Accesibilidad para sillas de ruedas: siempre que el pasajero tenga algo de movilidad, esta excursión sería adecuada. Los trenes en Irlanda son aptos para sillas de ruedas, sin embargo los autobuses / autocares no lo son. El huésped tendría que poder subir los escalones hasta el autobús. Mobility Scooters no puede ser acomodado en este tour.
I highly recommend this tour. It is a beautiful drive from Dublin and the tour guide was great. Be sure not to miss the sheep herding demonstration.
So much fun! Sean, Patrick, and Rodney were absolute dreams to work with. Our train was delayed and Rodney was able to make up for it by stopping at some incredible sights along the way to meet up with our tour down the path. Be sure to walk all the paths and see all of the local draws!
We had only a limited time to spend in Dublin and wished we could visit the Giant's Causeway. It seemed not to be practical. Then, we found his great one day tour by rail and bus up to Belfast, and several of the most popular sights. It was perfect! Our guide was easy to find at the rail station, remained helpful throughout the day, and the trip north was smooth and fast. At Belfast we transferred to the tour bus with Troy in the driver's seat. He was a wonderful mix of humor and history and really got us into a great mood, in spite of the rainy weather. Sometimes his patter was a bit fast and the accent hard to understand, but he was fun. The stops were well planned, if a bit rushed, but with this size group, they have to stay on schedule. It did give us a chance to walk out to the Carrick bridge, adequate time at the Giant's Causeway and a quick stop at Bushmills. The pub stop at lunch was delightful and cozy, with the added plus of some Game of Thrones memorabilia available. The tour around Belfast when we returned was quick, but gave us a sample to see if we would like to return here. Everything ran according to the plan we were given and we very much enjoyed the day.
Experiencing the rope bridge and Giants Causeway were the best parts of the trip. Having to order and buy lunch at a specific pub left much to be desired. Also, our loud tour bus guide was incapable of being silent for even a second. Ended the day with a headache.
Long day but amazing scenery and the driver was rather comical and entertaining. Train trip up was nice, the stop from lunch was pleasant as were the couple of stops before and after. Loved Giant's Causeway and the swinging bridge. Lots of tourists as it was the perfect day weather wise but not annoying. Lunch at Bushmills Whiskey distillery was nice as you were able to visit the store afterwards, you paid for your own lunch. Great value for money and would highly recommend.
This was a very good tour. Everyone was very helpful with those of us with limited mobility. I was very glad for the shuttle out to the causeway. The facilities at the visitor cnter weren't great -- the better ones are inside and you have to pay extra to enter the center but that isn't the fault of the tour. I liked the O'Connel station better than the main train station. I really enjoyed the Northern Ireland perspective on the conflicts