Dunluce castle

  Dunluce Castle History The First castle at Dunluce was built in the 13th century by Richard Og de Burgh the then 2nd earl of Ulster. The castle controlled an important trade route and was in control of the Mc Quillan family from the 13th to the ...

The Giants Causeway

The Giants Causeway is the youngest of rock formations in Ireland. Formed 60 million years ago by volcanic lava flow. It is hard to imagine that 60 million years ago the climate in Ireland was roasting hot. Volcanic lava flowed into a river bed near ...

Giants Causeway Attractions

The Giants Causeway The Giants Causeway comprises of about forty thousand interlocking basalt columns. Most of the columns are hexagonal (have six sides) but some have seven or eight sides. They were formed from volcanic activity 60 million ...

Belfast Black Taxi Tour

Belfast Black Taxi At the end of the Giant’s Causeway, visitors will have an opportunity to visit the wondrous city of Belfast. This city is known for its arts, business, law, higher education, and it is the economic engine of Northern Ireland. ...

Swaying Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge

Swaying Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge Brace yourself, pluck up a bit of courage, and get ready for to cross the Carrick a Rede rope bridge! The bridge was originally built back in 1755 to help fishermen cross between the mainland and the island to cast ...

Serpentine Trees (The Dark Hedges)

Serpentine Trees (The Dark Hedges) BUMP! There goes another pothole, or speed bump? Or maybe we just moved off the road a little bit to allow a car to pass, especially considering how massive our coach is. Either way it was a welcomed change from the ...
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