Ireland Through The Movies


An island of diverse regions, the scenery to be found the length and breadth of Ireland is as beautiful as it is varied. The coast of Ireland boasts a mix of stunning beaches and rugged cliffs. The landscape varies drastically from rich agricultural land, to cityscapes to the landscape of the Burren, with scenic rivers, lakes and mountain ranges in between. Ireland is also home to a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Ireland’s iconic and stunning locations make it a favourite with Indian and international film makers.

  • Day 1: Dublin

    Ireland Through Movies Trinity College: Location of the ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ movie. Tiger’s first scene in Ireland occurs outside Dublin’s historic Trinity College and it’s here you’ll find the ancient Book of Kells in the library. The ‘Banjara’ song, featured in the ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ soundtrack is shot in the Trinity Campus. Visit the St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre off Grafton Street where Tiger buys a gift for Zoya. Just across the shopping centre is St Stephens Green Park where they wine and dine in the romantic company of the park’s swans drifting on the lake.
    Riverdance at the Gaiety Theatre: Attend Riverdance at the Gaiety Theatre where Zoya, who is also a dance student, performed on stage.
    Temple Bar: Enjoy Dublin’s great night life. Your night begins at the Temple Bar, an actual pub named after the area. This pub is where Tiger shows off his impressive hand/eye coordination skills throwing darts with the locals.
    Whelans: Visit Whelan’s of Wexford Street, Dublin for a night of live music from up and coming talent. Whelan’s is also a location in ‘P.S. I Love You’.
    Overnight in Dublin.

  • Day 2: Dublin

    Ireland Through Movies Malahide Castle and Gardens: Malahide Castle is a historic landmark on Dublin’s north-coast. Katrina Kaif visited the castle for an exclusive photoshoot whilst filming in Ireland.
    Overnight in Dublin.

  • Day 3: Dublin-Clare

    Ireland Through Movies Cliffs of Moher: Enjoy a full day tour to the Cliffs of Moher and Burren. In the movie, ‘Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince’, while searching for Voldemort’s horcrux, Harry and Dumbledore are shown at a sea cave in front of towering cliffs… which are none other than our own Cliffs of Moher. The Cliffs of Moher is one of Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that captures the hearts of up to 1 million visitors each year.
    Overnight in County Clare.

  • Day 4: Clare-Wicklow

    Ireland Through Movies Powerscourt Estate: Several Hollywood films have been filmed in the spectacular Powerscourt Estate. Cecelia Ahern’s ‘P.S. I Love You’ movie, was filmed in County Wicklow, Ireland. The movie completely captivates the audience with its heart-breaking story of love, loss and life-changing letters, not to mention displaying the stunning County Wicklow, countryside at its most glorious.
    Wicklow National Park: This gorgeous national park provided the stunning vistas for when Gerry and Holly meet along the road in ‘P.S. I love you’. Glendalough is the ‘honeypot’ of the National Park. The combination of the stunning scenery and the fascinating monastic history make it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland.
    Overnight in Dublin.

  • Day 5: Dublin-Belfast

    Ireland Through Movies Belfast City Tour: Experience this magnificent city on an exciting Open Bus tour. Visit the Belfast City Hall where few shots of ‘David’, starring Neil Nitin Mukesh were filmed. Visit the filming locations of South Indian film ‘1: Nenokaddine’ starring Mahesh Babu.
    Overnight in Belfast.

  • Day 6: Belfast-Antrim Coast

    Ireland Through Movies Causeway Coast: Indulge your fascination for the ‘Game of Thrones’, investigate what the Causeway Coast and Glens have to offer, and still have time to enjoy the sort of hospitality for which this small corner of the globe is famed. Award-winning television series ‘Game of Thrones’ chose Northern Ireland as the location for the series, with extensive filming along the stunning Causeway Coast and Glens to represent everything from Winterfell to the King’s Road, the Iron Islands to Stormlands. Now, visitors too can stand on the spot where Lannisters’ schemed, stroll in the footsteps of Starks, and gaze on grasslands crossed by the Dothraki horde.
    Ballintoy Harbour: The Harbour situated in one of the most picturesque parts of North Antrim between the Giant’s Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and looks to Rathlin Island and beyond to Scotland. You will be greeted by spectacular views. Also view The Dark Hedges. These beech trees, thought to be 300 years old, are a natural phenomenon and have become a frequently visited attraction.
    You can also visit the nearby Dunluce Castle which is situated dramatically close to the edge of a headland, along the North Antrim coast. Later drive onwards to the oldest whiskey distillery in the world: Old Bushmills Distillery.
    Cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
    Overnight in Belfast.

  • Day 7: Belfast

    Ireland Through Movies Titanic Belfast: Experience the Titanic Story, explore the Shipyards and see where HMS Titanic was built and launched from. The new Titanic Belfast visitor experience is a must on your Belfast itinerary. From the Titanic Belfast, travellers can gaze out at the Paint Hall where the component parts of ships were once painted in climate controlled conditions, is now a massive set and the location of the Game of Thrones.
    Overnight in Belfast.

  • Day 8: Belfast