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Game of Thrones Tours

Take a tour along the stunning and mystical Causeway Coastal Route and see where HBO’s award winning television series Game of Thrones was filmed.

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From Winterfell to the King’s Road, The Iron Islands to Stormlands, now you too can stand on the spot where Lannisters schemed, stroll in the footsteps of Starks, and gaze on grasslands crossed by the Dothraki horde.

The Game of Thrones itinerary’s three-day voyage of discovery, not only brings to life the drama of the series, but also provides a front row seat at locations steeped in local myth and legend, where ancient warriors walked long before leading men. So why not step on to a set like no other, where you can indulge your fascination for Game of Thrones, investigate what the Causeway Coast and Glens has to offer, and still have time to enjoy the sort of hospitality for which this small corner of the globe is famed.

Day 1: Belfast to Glenarm
Day 2: Glenarm to Ballycastle
Day 3: Ballycastle to Londonderry

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Car Touring along one of the ‘Worlds Great Road Journeys’
The Causeway Coastal Route is a road trip of truly epic proportions. Everything appears on a grand scale as you wind your way through this beguiling land of myth, legend, and quite stunning natural scenery. With patchwork-quilt countryside, golden sands, towering cliffs, and expansive vistas, it’s small wonder this 120-mile tarmac trail has been described as ‘one of the World’s Great Road Journeys’.

Starting from Northern Ireland’s capital city Belfast, The Causeway Coastal Route leads you on an easy to navigate odyssey along the Antrim coastline, calling at picture postcard villages and glens with gushing waterfalls and gurgling streams.

Tranquil can quickly give way to thrilling as you attempt a crossing of the awesome Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, or just gaze with sheer wonderment at the sight of the UNESCO World Heritage site, The Giant’s Causeway.

Sometimes the thrill is in the journey, sometimes it’s in reaching each destination, sometimes, just sometimes - it’s both.
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