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'Game of Thrones' Film Location Tour from Dublin Including Giant's Causeway

From US$59.90
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  • Fully narrated overview of Game of Thrones filming locations around Dublin
  • All attractions are free for the public to visit, making this a cost-conscious option
  • Travel with a group of fellow GOT fans
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'Game of Thrones' Film Location Tour from Dublin Including Giant's Causeway
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'Game of Thrones' Film Location Tour from Dublin Including Giant's Causeway
From US$59.90
Overview

Hit all the filming spots from Game of Thrones around Dublin on this full-day tour, including a stop at the Giant's Causeway. Leaving the navigation to someone else, hear behind-the-scenes details and anecdotes from your guide while visiting locations such as Larrybane, Ballintoy Harbour, and Cushendun Caves. Additionally, visit the Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to learn about its unique geology. 

What to Expect
Meet your tour group bright and early at a central meeting location in Dublin. Board your comfortable tour vehicle and get to know your fellow Game of Thrones fans on the way. Your knowledgeable guide will tell you insider info and behind-the-scenes facts about the show.

Stop at Dark Hedges to see the filming location for Arya's King's Landing escape. Move on to Dunluce Castle, which inspired Harrenhal, and then travel along the Antrim Coast to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Giant's Causeway. Hear about the unique geology of the site, made up of thousands of dramatic basalt columns.

Travel on to Larrybane, site of King Renly's Camp, and Ballintoy, where Theon's return to the Iron Islands was filmed. Then head to Cushendun Caves, where Melisandre birthed the creepy shadow, and Belfast, where you can grab some food (own expense) before the journey back to Dublin.
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Reviewed yesterday
Great tour of the north of Ireland and Northern Ireland

This tour was billed as a tour of several filming sites for the Game of Thrones. Although they did make three stops of filming sites, I found the value of this tour lay in the history of Ireland as related by the tour guide Gavin...More

Thank mpear49480
Reviewed yesterday
Good for first time but probably won't do this one again...

Our Guide was Gavin and the driver I think was John (he was quiet). First I'll say the driver was good... no complaints. Gavin was nice, helpful and knew a lot of history. My complaints: 1. We had to meet at 6:45am and since most...More

Thank RoyalGirl83
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Great trip...GoT or not!

We loved this trip...and we’re not huge GoT fans. In fact, the GoT stops we’re definitely our least favorite. Nick the guide was awesome; very knowledgeable, entertaining and organized. He kept us on time! Only wish he’d give a bit more time without commentary on...More

Thank SanFranDoc
Reviewed 3 days ago
Super Fun, Endlessly Fascinating, and Leaves You Wanting More!

Out of all the things my husband and I booked in advance prior to our trip to the U.K. and Ireland, this was the tour we were looking forward to the most, being massive Game of Thrones fans. I was a little worried that I...More

Thank Lana F
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Game of Thrones Tour

An excelente tour for everyone. It's a combination of visit the Game of Thrones locations and and freetime for Coffee etc. Our guide Nicolas was very friendly and easy to understand. The driver John also was professional and friendly. I would always do it again!!!

1  Thank Jan W
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travelwithdirk
7 May 2018|
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Response from jackflash892 | Reviewed this property |
No other pick up places, neither are there hotel pick ups in Dublin. You can take public transport like the Luas tram, bus, or taxi. We took the tram from our hotel near St. Stephens Green. But be sure to check the schedules... More
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Danielle W
26 April 2018|
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Response from akacicz | Reviewed this property |
It has space above the seats - but they are wide enough to only fit coats and small backpacks. They may have space under the bus - I would recommend reaching out to the Tour company to see if you can utilize this space.
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Danielle W
26 April 2018|
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Response from Patrick T | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for the late answer, but yes we saw some guest with luggage that put their luggage under the bus in the holding area, hope this helps.
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