Dual City Break


For travellers looking to make a quick trip to Ireland from Great Britain, a dual city break is a great idea. Explore Ireland’s bustling and lively cities from Belfast to Dublin and have an action packed city break.

  • DAY 01 : Belfast-Dublin

    Dual City Break Belfast City Tour: Explore themagnificent city of Belfast on an exciting Open Bus tour. The city tour provides you with a comprehensive look at several iconic landmarks such as the Parliament Buildings and Stormont Estate, St George’s Market, the old Cathedral Quarter and the Belfast Peace Wall among others.
    Titanic Belfast: The new Titanic Belfast visitor experience is a must on every Belfast itinerary. Titanic Belfast accommodates nine galleries of interactive exhibition space, including a dark ride, underwater exploration theatre, recreations of the ship’s decks and cabins and a luxurious conference and banqueting suite with capacity for up to 1,000 guests.
    Overnight in Belfast.

  • Day 2: Belfast-Giant ’s Causeway-Belfast

    Dual City BreakGiant’s Causeway: Enjoy a tour of the UNESCO world heritage site of the Giant’s Causeway renowned for its polygonal columns formed by volcanic eruptions 60 million years ago and learn about its mystical story. No description can do it justice, just as photos don’t tell the full story of this bizarre landscape. It really is unlike any other place on the planet.
    Bushmills Distillery: Visit the oldest whiskey distillery in the world, the Old Bushmills Distillery. Home to what many regard as Ireland’s finest whiskey and the oldest licensed distillery in Ireland, in business since 1608. Watch whiskey making take place and enjoy a wee taster too as you unlock the secrets of 400 years of distilling at the home of Irish whiskey. Cross the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.
    Overnight in Belfast.

  • Day 3: Belfast-Dublin

    Dual City Break Dublin City Tour: Experience the Hop on and Hop off tour of Dublin. Stops along the tour route include: Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Old Jameson Distillery.
    Temple Bar: In the evening, a stroll through Temple Bar, a teeming nightspot, is a must. This is the area where, young or old, you’ll find a reason to celebrate, and a place in which to do it!
    Overnight in Dublin.

  • Day 4: Dublin

    Dual City Break Malahide Castle and Gardens: A historic landmark on Dublin’s north coast, Malahide Castle and Gardens, set on 250 acres of park land in the pretty seaside town of Malahide, was both a fortress and a private home for nearly 800 years and is an interesting mix of architectural styles.
    Overnight in Dublin.

  • Day 5: Dublin