Tour Code: 7572P5
Duration: 8 hours
Dont get overcharged just for the name Game of Thrones tour. We go to all the locations the expensive tours do and More. This Game of Thrones location tour is an extension of the normal Giant's Causeway Tour. As both tours go on a very similar route, why not show you both and give you a well rounded experience of Northern Ireland? Many of the locations used in the show are located in Northern Ireland, making good use of Ireland's rustic charm, at points spread out across the province. Your tour will visit the legendary Giant’s Causeway, rounding off the perfect trip for fans of the show and fans of Ireland alike.
Leaving central Belfast in the morning and taking the Causeway Coastal Route from the capital of Northern Ireland, get the chance to enjoy the most spectacular views Northern Ireland has to offer.
The first official stop is The Dark Hedges (around 15 minutes), known as the location where Arya Stark makes her escape down The Kings Road.
Do a quick stop for pictures at Dunluce Castle (around 5 minutes), which was rumoured to be the inspiration of Harrenhal.
Stop at the Giant's Causeway (around 1 hour 30 minutes). Explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site with ample time for discovery.
Travel to Larrybane (around 10 - 15 minutes), where Brienne of Tarth wins the fight against Ser Loras Tyrell in front of Renly Baratheon and where Catelyn Stark comes to ask Renly for help. This place was also used as part of Iron Islands for the scene where the Ironborn are choosing their leader and where Euron Greyjoy is trying chase after Yara and Theon.
Onward to Ballintoy Harbour (around 40 minutes) to enjoy one of the favourite filming locations on this tour. Experience the scene where Theon comes home for the first time. Also used in many other scenes - burning of Stannis' bannermen, Balon's burial, Theon's baptism and Euron's crowning.
Last but definitely not least, are the caves in Cushendun (around 20 minutes), to visit the place where the shadow baby is born in front of Ser Davos Seaworth.