Your tour starts with pickup from Dublin in a comfortable, Wi-Fi–equipped coach bus. On the way to Belfast, you’ll stop at a rest area for breakfast, drinks, or snacks (at your own expense). It’s a long day, so it’s recommended you grab something to eat.
At Belfast, your guide will point you to a black cab for a tour led by someone who grew up there during the Northern Ireland Conflict. Visit the Falls and Shankill neighborhoods, hearing first-hand accounts of the battles between the Catholics and the Protestants. You’ll see the Peace Wall, where you can sign your own name.
Afterward, you’ll ride on the bus to the Giant’s Causeway, with a chance to buy lunch (own expense) before walking down the hill to the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Lastly, walk across the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge over the ocean before making the return drive back to Dublin.