Return ferry sailing
Coach travel throughout
4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
Guided tour of Belfast
Entrance to the Titanic Belfast exhibition, Dock & Pump House
Free time in Belfast
Optional excursion to Giant’s Causeway & Ballycastle (includes entrance to Visitor Centre, shuttle to/from stones at own cost) - £15 pp
DURING YOUR STAY
Day 1 – We travel to our four-star hotel near Belfast.
Day 2 – Today we will be met by an experienced, local guide for a tour of Belfast – a great way to discover the history, the people and the stories that helped shape this remarkable city. During our tour we will explore iconic landmarks such as the City Hall and Peace Wall, as well as the Cathedral Quarter and the Albert Clock. Later, this afternoon you can enjoy the rest of the day in your own time, perhaps re-visit some of your favourite landmarks!
Day 3 – Begin the day at Titanic Belfast, built on the site where the Titanic was originally built over 100 years ago. Explore eight galleries set over six storeys which vividly retrace the ship’s story from creation to its tragic sinking and rediscovery. Afterwards we visit the Titanic Dock & Pump House, this authentic landmark provides visitors with the story of the docks and recreate the stories of the carpenters, fitters, plumbers and the apprentices who made the Titanic tick, before you descend 44 feet to the bottom of the dry dock where the Titanic last sat on the ground.
Day 4 – This morning our experienced driver will take you on a journey along the Antrim Coastal Road – one of the most famous roads in the world! Following the scenic coastline, we’ll travel along winding countryside through high cliffs until we reach the stunning Giant’s Causeway. Here, you can join us for an optional excursion. After some free time, we continue to Ballycastle. This pretty harbour town marks the eastern end of the Causeway Coast.
*Giant's Causeway £15 per person – The Giant's Causeway is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, that has been attracting visitors for centuries! Steeped in myth and legend it was recently awarded the UKs Best Heritage Attraction at the British Tourism Awards. Admission includes entrance to the Visitor Centre).