5 Days 4 Nights
BELFAST (2N) – DUBLIN (2N)
Discover the vibrant culture, stunning views and natural wonders of Ireland with IMAD Travel’s 5 days 4 nights Belfast-Dublin Ireland tour package. Enjoy a leisurely journey of discovery as you explore both cities and take in the atmosphere of each unique destination. From Dublin tour’s classic Georgian architecture to Belfast’s trip awe-inspiring Titanic Quarter, this tour package promises an unforgettable experience.
Start your adventure in Dublin and marvel at iconic sights such as Trinity College, St Stephen’s Green Park and the National Botanical Gardens. Take in the distinctive Viking influence on the capital city before heading north to Belfast via the beautiful Wicklow Mountains or along the coast. Explore traditional pubs, museums such as Ulster Folk & Transport Museum or awe-inspiring sights like Cave Hill Country Park that offer breathtaking views across Belfast Lough.
From the bustling city life of Belfast to the breathtaking Giant’s Causeway coast, this package offers you a unique opportunity to explore Ireland’s most iconic sites. Whether it is admiring ancient architecture or visiting film locations from popular television series such as Game of Thrones, this tour has something for everyone.
The Giants Causeway Antrim Coast Tour will provide a perfect start to your Irish adventure, taking you past spectacular cliffs and rugged landscape that have featured in countless films. This half day excursion includes a visit to Dunluce Castle which was once home to an infamous family during medieval times and is now one of Northern Ireland’s most photographed sites.
Hello and welcome to Belfast! Your driver will greet you at Belfast Airport and transport you to the hotel. With its blend of Victorian grandeur, industrial grit, and living history, this modern city is an eclectic stew of cultural riches. A cultural hotspot with history, exquisite dining, breathtaking landscapes, and even the Ship of Dreams. Come up to Belfast and feel the pulse of the city! Check in and relax for the rest of the day. Belfast for the night
Begin your exploration of Belfast with an open-top double-decker bus on this hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tour after breakfast. Create your own experience with your 1-day pass, which includes visits to HMS Caroline, the Wall Murals in the Falls and Crumlin Roads, St George's Market, Belfast City Hall, Shankill Memorial Garden, and more. Unobstructed
views, lively onboard commentary, and a custom route are all included. Your Titanic Belfast admission ticket is also included. A self-guided tour through nine interactive exhibits that cover the entire Titanic storey as well as access to the SS Nomadic. Belfast for the night
1) Giants Causeway & Antrim Coast Tour (9.5 hrs)
The Giants Causeway, Ireland only World Heritage Site, is the tour highlight. Spend some time here climbing over the old stones, taking photos, and learning about the myths and legends that surround this world-famous landmark.
Carrickfergus Castle and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge are also on the itinerary. When we arrive at the Bushmills Distillery,you can browse the gift shop or go straight to the bar for a quick taste of the famed Irish whiskey!
2) Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour (9 hrs)
This is an all-day tour that takes you to the top Game of Thrones filming locations along the gorgeous North Antrim coast. The trip winds past and takes in other well-known locations of Westeros, despite the fact that there are seven set halting points. When you join us for an unforgettable day touring some of Northern Ireland primary Game of Thrones production locations, you ll get a firsthand look at the breathtaking countryside featured as the series backdrop.
After breakfast, check out and head to the station to catch your train to Dublin. Upon arrival, proceed to the hotel and check in. Welcome to Dublin, a vibrant capital city that seems as little as a village and as welcoming as your neighbourhood Irish bar. This laid-back city is an experience in and of itself, with its seamless blend of traditional visitor sights, an excellent social life, and the natural playgrounds of Dublin Bay and the Dublin Mountains enclosing it on all sides. The rest of the day is free to do as you please. Dublin for the night
After breakfast, continue your exploration of Dublin, Ireland's capital, by riding an open-top double-decker bus through the city. Visit the National Museum of Archaeology and History and the National Gallery of Art. Get off at Trinity College, wonder at Christ Church Cathedral, or visit The Dublinia to see exhibits from Dublin rich past. St. Patrick Cathedral, which is open to the public, is likewise rich in history and architecture. A visit to the Guinness Storehouse is a must for everyone who appreciates the perfect pint. Alternatively, prospective whiskey tasters might try some Irish whiskey at the Old Jameson Distillery. Dublin for the night.
Optional Tour: Cliffs of Moher Tour (10 hrs)
Beautiful, rolling green hills, pots of gold, and mischievous leprechauns are all things Ireland is known for. It is,however, famous for something else: its stunning cliff edges. Join us as we explore the Cliffs of Moher, one of Ireland Seven Wonders. Take a trip to the Wild Atlantic and you be rewarded with dramatic and breath-taking views that are nothing short of breathtaking. First and foremost, our tour brings you to one of Ireland most beautiful natural sites.After that, we visit the charming village of Doolin, the Burren National Park, and Galway City.
After breakfast, check out and take a private transfer to the airport.
The Euro is the only currency that is officially recognized as legal tender in the Republic of Ireland. The British Pound is legal tender in Northern Ireland.
Ireland does not have a strong tipping culture. Only in restaurants, taxis, and for personal services do we tip. All tips are at your discretion and are around 10%.
English is the main language spoken, but you will see some road signs and place names written in Irish Gaelic. There are many Irish-speaking areas in the west of Ireland, but everyone who has Irish as a first language also speaks English.
In an effort to protect public health, the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland have introduced a complete ban on smoking in all workplaces,including bars and restaurants, While there are a small number of hotels that allow smoking in designated bedrooms, smoking is prohibited in every other part of a hotel in Ireland.
You will need to bring a 220V 3-pronged adapter to recharge your cell phones, cameras, and laptops. Ireland uses Type G electrical plugs.