3* Game of Thrones - Ireland Package (7nights)


Travel Dates
01/04/2024 - 07/11/2024

R34321 pp

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The Experience

Famous cities, sights, historical locations, varying accents and dialects, stunning scenery, cosy pubs, haunting music, humorous and friendly locals - all accompanied by Ireland's gloriously unpredictable weather! This Game of Thrones self-drive itinerary is the perfect way to experience the beautiful Emerald Isles.

LAND ONLY PACKAGE INCLUDES: 7 Nights stay in 3* Hotels Irish Breakfast daily - 1 Night area Dublin (Riversdale B&B, or similar) - 2 Nights area Co. Antrim/ Belfast (Brae Mar B&B, or similar) - 1 Night Co. North Antrim - 1 Night area Co. Derry (Rose Park B&B, or similar) - 1 Night area Co. Donegal/ Sligo (Ardlenagh view B&B, or similar) - 1 Night area Dublin (Riversdale B&B, or similar)

Unlimited mileage All taxes & fees 1 Additional driver Damage Waiver

  • High Season rates may apply over certain dates - please request a quote based on your intended dates of travel.

Day 1. Arrive in Dublin Arrive in Dublin, Ireland's cosmopolitan capital city. Dublin has a wealth of treasures for the visitor with cultural delights like St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin Castle to name but a few! Visit Trinity Collage - the oldest University in Ireland Overnight in Co. Dublin.

Day 2. Dublin - Castle Ward - Co. Antrim Travel North towards Belfast and make sure to explore County Down on the way. There are quite a few locations where Game of Throne was filmed, and we completely understand why: County Down and the Mourne Mountains are just stunning! Make sure to visit the following locations: Tollymore Forest Park and Inch Abbey. Step into a fantasy world of castles and dragons at Castle Ward. The historic farmyard is the location for Winterfell. 2x overnight Co. Antrim/ Belfast.

Day 3. Game of Thrones Studio Tour Experience the world of Game of Thrones. Step behind the scenes of the Seven Kingdom and explore how one of the world's greatest TV series was created. In the afternoon visit the capital of Northern Ireland, there is so much to see in Belfast - you will definitely not get bored. We admit, most of the sights here are not Game of Thrones related - but really, who would want to miss the Titanic Museum or a Black Taxi Tour of Belfast City

Day 4. Co. Antrim - Dark Hedges - Giant's Causeway Make your way to the Antrim Coast. On the way you should not only enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Glens of Antrim but also the following film locations: Shane's Castle, near Randalstown, Shillanavogy Valley, Glens of Antrim and Cairncastle. Take a break at Cushendun Caves: The Red Priestess gave birth to the Shadow Baby in these caves or Murlough Bay, one of the most beautiful bays on the Antrim Coast. Theon Greyjoy and Yara were riding here on their way to Pyke. Ballycastle: a lovely little village. Parts of it were used as backdrop for the Free Cities where Varys was born. Visit the Dark Hedges near Armoy. In the afternoon explore Giant's Causeway, an area of 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. Overnight in Co. North Antrim.

Day 5. Dunluce Castle - Co. Derry An early morning start to visit Dunluce Castle. The imposing ruins were used as template for the exterior of the House Greyjoy of Pyke. Mussenden Temple & Downhill Strand should be your next stop. Remember the scene in Game of Thrones when the 7 idols of Westeros were burned This was filmed on Downhill Strand and looking up from the beach, the Mussenden Temple can be seen, too. Overnight in Co. Derry.

Day 6. Co. Derry - Co. Donegal/ Sligo Explore the historic city of Derry, the second largest city in Northern Ireland. It is known as being a centre for culture and creativity and there are countless festivals held in this vibrant city throughout the year, so you may lucky enough to catch one on your visit! Leaving town take a moment to visit Grianan of Aileach. The centuries old fort gives you stunning views over Inishowen Peninsula. Spend the evening at Donegal Bay. Overnight Co. Donegal/ Sligo.

Day 7. Co. Donegal/ Sligo - Marble Arch Caves - Co. Dublin Today your journey takes you back to Co. Dublin. On the way plan a stop at Marble Arch Caves near Enniskillen, a series of natural limestone caves. Pollnagollum Cave in Belmore Forest is part of the Marble Arch Global Geopark. The cave is featured in season as Beric Dondarrions hideout. Overnight in Co. Dublin.

Day 8. Co. Dublin - Airport Depending on your departure time, you have the morning at leisure in Dublin. Before heading to the airport for your return flight. Slan abhaile!

What's Excluded

Flights, airport taxes, visas, travel or medical insurance, drinks and meals not mentioned and items of a personal nature.

Specific Terms

Prices are from a starting price per person sharing, subject to change, airfare increase, currency fluctuations and availability. Taxes are estimated and based on the current exchange rate and are subject to change. Please note that airport taxes, fuel levies & surcharges are approximate and subject to change, the exact amount will be confirmed at time of booking. Valid for dates as specified. Thompsons Standard Terms and Conditions may apply. For standard terms and conditions refer to www.gatewaytours.co.za E&OE


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