Day Tours from Dublin and Belfast

Game of Thrones Day Tour from Dublin
Our coach tours go beyond driving and sightseeing. We take you on two long locations treks (4 miles of walking in total!). The morning trek is from Winterfell to one of Walder Frey’s Twins, past Robb’s Camp in the Riverlands and on to where Brienne confronted three Stark soldiers. The afternoon trek is into Tollymore Forest, to the bridge where the Starks found a dead direwolf and her pups.

The most important visit is to Winterfell where an adventure sports company, based in the courtyard of Winterfell, offers Stark family cloaks, gambesons, peascods and LARP swords for those who wish to truly immerse themselves in the mood of the North.

Pick up: 8.30am Jurys Inn, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1. The coach pick-up point is immediately in front of Jurys Inn. You won’t miss the coach when it arrives – it’ll be black with a big ‘Game of Thrones Tours’ logo on the side.

08:45 Departure The coach will leave Dublin city centre via the Port Tunnel.

09:45 Comfort Stop at Castlebellingham Comfort stop for 15 mins at Castlebellingham service station. We then cross the border into Northern Ireland, taking the Mourne Coast road from Newry through Newcastle to Strangford, Co. Down.

11:30 Winterfell Locations Trek: costumes, walking tour and lunch This is the main visit of the tour. There are nine Game of Thrones® film locations on site, all close together.

14:00 King in the North Photo stop at the place where, in S01 E10, Catelyn and Robb hear news of Ned’s death and Robb’s bannermen pledge fealty to him as ‘the King in the North’.

15:00 Direwolf Pups Location TrekArrival at Tollymore Forest Park. This forest park, covering 630 hectares (1,600 acres) is the film location of many key scenes, such as the opening prologue scene north of the Wall in S01 E01, Tyrion and Jon’s camp on their way north to the wall and the classic scene in S01 E01 where the Starks discover a dead direwolf and her pups.

16:15 Depart for Dublin Depart Tollymore Forest Park for Dublin city centre.

18:00 Arrive in Dublin Arrive at the CHQ building, at the same point as the starting point

Adult from $110.00

Old Jamiesons Distillery Dublin
Come and experience our Jameson Distillery Dublin tour and let our expert guides take you back in time as they lead you through the fascinating story of Jameson. All visitors receive a signature Jameson drink, and volunteers are selected to partake in a tutored whiskey tasting where each person receives a much coveted Irish Whiskey Taster Certificate! Now that’s the Spirit!

You can follow the fascinating craft of whiskey making through the different stages from grain intake to malting, mashing, fermentation, distillation, maturation and bottling. Finally, the tour culminates in the bar for a traditional complimentary Irish whiskey tasting session (Note: not all visitors will participate in the tasting session, but all visitors will receive a glass of Irish whiskey). The Old Jameson Distillery is located in Smithfield village in the heart of Dublin.

The journey begins with an audio visual presentation followed by a guided whiskey tour through the recreated distillery scene and culminates in the Jameson Discovery Bar with a complimentary glass of Jameson and mixer plus a chance for selected volunteers to become a “Qualified Irish Whiskey Taster”. So why not take the Jameson Distillery Dublin Tour Today!

Adults from $24 per person

Belfast Day Tour
Dublin has a lot to offer, but if you feel you have been there, done that, why not hop aboard and take a trip to historical Belfast, just 2 hours up the road? In addition you will see our lovely countryside, and we will be stopping at various spots of historic significance on the way.

Our guides are keen to make your day interesting and informative, each adding their own humour to the mix ( you’re on holiday as well, after all). We will tell you all about the Irish countryside, history and folklore, while you can just sit back and enjoy the view. No guidebooks needed on this trip! On the way, we visit St. Peter’s Church in Drogheda, famous for the embalmed head of St. Oliver Plunkett , Monasterboice – an early Christian site with some of the country’s best high crosses, as well as the Proleek Dolmen- a megalithic portal tomb, before we even get to Belfast.

In Belfast City, there are a myriad of things to do. You first will have time to do your own thing, and maybe change some money to Pound Stirling, as you are in the United Kingdom now. Then we do a political/ historical guided tour of the city, which includes the Falls and Shankill roads which are traditionally the political hotspots, pay a visit to the moorings dock and site where the Titanic was built, and then finally visit the Republican Museum, before we head back to Dublin. Your tour thus includes the pre-history, Middle Age, and contemporary history periods-Phew!

Adults from $85.00 per person

Belfast Black Taxi Tours
From the comfort of your own personal taxi with a local to ensure you see all there is to offer in the 2 hours tour of Belfast.
Collection from your hotel or B&B in Belfast this tour caters for up to 6 passengers.
Tour includes Belfast City Hall, Albert Clock and Queens University, political murals located in the Shankill road and the Falls road areas.

AU$92.00 per taxi up to 2 passengers $28 additional passengers

Giants Causeway & Derry
Departs Dublin daily for Belfast and drive through the rolling farmlands of Co Antrim.

View Carrick-a-rede rope bridge, visit the Giants Causeway and then to Londonderry with optional guided walk available of the walls and view the historic political murals Depart Dublin 5.45am with return to Dublin approx 8pm.


Belfast Hop On Hop Off City Tour
This ticket allows you to board the hop on hop off bus as it travels around Belfast daily. With the option to re join the bus tour when it pleases you allowing you time to take in all, the city has to offer.


Newgrange Tour
This tour of the Boyne Valley brings us to one of Ireland’s most ancient and historic areas.
Some of Ireland’s earliest inhabitants settled in the fertile valley and their traces can still be found today.
You will be taken on a guided tour in the tombs of Newgrange, the oldest and largest burial chamber in Europe (3000 BC), which pre-dates Egyptian Pyramids.
Departs: 14 Upper O’Connell Street Mon, Tues, Fri and Sat 9:00am, April – October 7 hours tour.
Must be booked before departure from Australia.


Wicklow (Ballykissangel) Full Day Tour
Just an hour from the hustle and bustle of Dublin, on a journey that takes you along Dublin’s southern coastline, escape to the breathtaking countryside of Arklow and the pretty village of Avoca better known as Ballykissangel.
After stopping at the Avoca hand weavers for a spot of lunch (not included in the rate) the tour continues to the famous 6th century Christian Settlement of Glendalough.
Return to Dublin via charming mountain villages and valleys.
Departs: Daily 9:45am Gresham Hotel O’Connell St except for 17th March, October 31 and 19-31 December.
Duration 7 hours.
Must be pre-booked before departure from Australia.

Adult: $60.00

The Dublin Ghost Bus Tour
Let us put you are your unease on the world’s only Ghost Bus, and introduce you to the dark romance of a city of gaslight ghosts and chilling legends.
Your professional guide will weave his spell and spirit you away to meet the felons, fiends and phantoms who reach out across a thousand years of Dublin’s troubled history.
Near journey’s end the lights go out and the darkness invites the macabre traditions of the Irish wake.

Tuesday – Friday 8pm. Saturdays & Sundays 7pm and 9.30pm all year round.
Not operating 23-31 December and 17 March.
Duration 2hr 15 minutes.
Departs Dublin Bus Headquarters 59 Upper O’Connell St Dublin.
Not suitable for children.
Must be pre-booked before departure from Australia.

Adult: $56.00

Guinness Storehouse Tour Dublin
A visit to the home of Guinness is the high point of any trip to Dublin. At the Guinness Storehouse you will discover all there is to know about the world famous beer.
The tour concludes with a complimentary pint and an astonishing view of Dublin city in the Sky Bar atop the building.
9.30am – 5pm 7 days a week extended to 7pm from April to September.
Closed 25th and 26th December.
Self guided tour approx 1 hr.
No need to pre-book voucher will be exchanged at Storehouse for entry.

Adult: $26.00