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City Sightseeing Derry - Giant's Causeway Tour

8c Ballougry Road, Derry/Londonderry, County Londonderry, BT48 9XJ
City Sightseeing Derry - Giant's Causeway Tour

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We are grateful for your ongoing support during these uncertain times. Your safety and ours is of utmost importance to us, so we have suspended tours for the time being.

Explore the Giant’s Causeway with our bus touring trip which brings you amongst the region’s stunning scenery, amazing heritage and rejuvenating outdoor experiences. Our tour rate includes your return travel, drop off at Dunluce Castle and the Causeway Visitor Centre Car Park. The tour departs daily at 10.00am. For group bookings of 4+ guests the cost is £50pp. We can also accommodate bookings for 3 people or less with a single fee of £150.

Giants Causeway often referred to as the ‘eighth’ wonder of the world. The Giant's Causeway is located in County Antrim on the north east coast of Northern Ireland, it is an area of over 40,000 basalt columns caused by an ancient volcanic eruption. It is classified as a World Heritage Site and National Nature Reserve currently owned and managed by the National Trust. The journey to the Giants Causeway is one of the most stunning in Ireland.

City Sightseeing Derry offer a guided bus tour to the Giants Causeway 7 days per week departing from the Tourist Information Centre in Derry City. The tour stops at Bushmills Distillery.
*A small entrance fee will be payable to enter the visitors center

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* 10:00 and returns at 17:30 (approx). Tours may be subject to numbers (Min 10 people).

We are grateful for your ongoing support during these uncertain times. Your safety and ours is of utmost importance to us, so we have suspended tours for the time being.

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