Belfast & Giant's Causeway in Spanish
7:30 to 19:30 (12 hours)
Hotel Gresham O'Connel St
Includes: Spanish language vehicle and guide
Visit to the Giant's Causeway National Park
Belfast Tour with Photo Stops
Free time in Belfast
Return to Dublin
We leave Dublin to the county of Antrim in the north of the island making a stop for breakfast on the way before crossing into the British side.
First we will visit the coast known as the Giant's Causeway listed as UNESCO's natural heritage. Here we will have an hour and a half of free time to walk and admire the different prismatic forms of basalt rocks formed 60 million years ago. This landscape gave rise to local legends related to the mythological figure of the giant Finn McCool.
On this coast part of the Spanish Invincible Navy ran aground in 1588 and on clear days you can see Scotland. At noon we will head to the city of Belfast where we will take a panoramic bus tour to learn about its murky political past, the development and implementation of peace, to its current situation by passing through all the emblematic places: the City Hall, the Titanic Quarter, Prince Albert's leaning clock tower, the wall of the peace, the political murals of the Catholic and Protestant proletarian neighborhoods.
After the panorama there will be an hour and a half free time in the city center to eat freely before returning to Dublin.
In Northern Ireland sterling is used because it belongs to Great Britain. We recommend paying by credit card so you don't have to change money.
No need to bring passport or documentation.
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Meeting Point Information
This tour part of Hotel Gresham O'Connel St.
Please arrive at the departure point 15 minutes before the start time of the tour.