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Address: 29 Donegall Road, Belfast BT12 5JJ, Northern Ireland
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+44 28 9091 5613
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Sun - Sat 09:00 - 17:00
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If you're visiting N.Ireland then our tour is a must! We bring you to all...

If you're visiting N.Ireland then our tour is a must! We bring you to all the points of interest along the Antrim Coast Road and around Belfast and give you a great deal of information along the way, all delivered with our great Belfast sense of humour. On your tour you will see: Carrickfergus castle, the Antrim coast road Larne, Ballygally, Glenarm, Carnlough, Waterfoot, Cushendall,Ballycastle,the Carrick a reede rope bridge, Balintoy,Whitepark bay, Bushmills,Bushmills distillery, Dunluce castle and the Giants causeway then on the Belfast tour you will see :City Hall Queens University, Botanical Gardens and National MuseumCrown Bar and Opera HouseFalls Road (including Allens Tours exclusives such as Clonard Monastery - scene of the peace talks and Bombay Street - where the "Troubles" started in 1969)Peace WallShankill RoadCrumlin Road Gaol and CourthouseSt Annes CathedralAlbert ClockOdysee Complex and Titanic QuarterStormont (NI Parliament Buildings)CS Lewis Narnia Statue and the Murals of East Belfast (another Allens Tours exclusive!)The story of each of these sites is covered in great detail. You can stop at any of the sites, just let the driver and guide know where you wish to stop and be picked up again. You will learn the history of our city from its foundation right through to its turbulent recent past which in itself is covered in a sensitive way letting you see the conflict through local eyes. We are more than happy to collect you and drop you back to your hotel during our hours of operation.We also offer a daily tour to NI's World Heritage site at the Giants Causeway. Taking in the historic Carrickfergus Castle on Belfast Lough, the picturesque Antrim Coast with its nine mystical Glens, Carrickareade Ropebridge, The Causeway and Bushmills Distillery. Another must when visiting NI. Combination discounts are available on both tours. We are happy to Help!

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Giant's Causeway Tour from Belfast
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Relaxing Tour of Country with Friendly Drivers

Despite some initial issues, we left the tour group's office only a bit later than expected and got on our way. I find myself to be very fidgety and uncomfortable on buses, but... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Tyler K

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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

We had an excellent day apart from having a bonus of having excellent weather. We drove along the coast to The Giant's Causeway. Beautiful !!! Our driver Phil was excellent both with his commentary and his hints on how the get the most out of the various places that we stopped at . Good Value

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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

We were happy to get a bargain deal on Groupon to giants causeway day trip. It was a sunny day in N. Ireland with temperatures soared to 25 degrees. What would have been an amazing day trip became an extremely uncomfortable coach journey since the coach didn't have air conditioning. The driver was nice though and he told us stories... More 

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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

The bus is huge and cramped. The seating is very similar to small hopper planes you take for an hour... Except we were on it all day. The windows were dirty, so pictures out of the window were pointless. The driver was a nice guy who should work for a company that springs for better buses. The a/c was not... More 

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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW via mobile

Travelled to Belfast for the 2nd time in 5 years. Decided to partake in a tour up to the Causeway, again for the 2nd time. Firstly, the pick up bus was roughly 25-30 minutes later than we were told that it would arrive, which is whatever really, it happens. Secondly, the office said that they didn't have any knowledge of... More 

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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW via mobile

This was a fantastic day trip. Marty the coach driver was so friendly and knowledgeable. The coastal scenery is gorgeous and the giants causeway itself is incredible. I wish we could have had longer there - but equally am glad we had other stops along the way.

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Reviewed 1 week ago NEW

Despite some initial issues, we left the tour group's office only a bit later than expected and got on our way. I find myself to be very fidgety and uncomfortable on buses, but our driver, Ian, was a friendly guy and was informative as we drove and gave the tour a nice atmosphere. All of the locations we stopped at... More 

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Thank Tyler K
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Last week we visited Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, the Giant's Causeway and the Dark Hedges with Allen's Tours. Stunning places! You don't need to be that brave to cross the bridge - I'm not so daring myself but I did it and it's really worth it. The Giant's Causeway was an enchanted place. A true must-see. Both are beautiful places with... More 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The bus was late for 20 min. Audio/speaker system did not work. They are just terrible. I would never recommend them to anyone.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Excellent day out and great value for money. Booking the trip was quick and easy. The driver was good fun and knowledgeable....would definitely recommend this company!

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I went on the day trip to the Giant's Causeway and Carrickaree Rope Bridge. We took the scenic route along the Antrim Coast, with a brief stop in Carrickfergus, and a lunch stop before heading on to the main attractions, followed by a stop off at the Dark Hedges on the way back. I cannot praise our driver, Ian, highly... More 

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