The tour starts and ends at the Belfast International Youth Hostel, 22-32 Donegall Road, Belfast BT12 5JN
Journey through Westeros and visit some of the most iconic Game of Thrones settings on this award-winning, fully-guided coach tour. This tour has earned a Northern Ireland Tourist Board 5 out of 5 Star Tour rating!
On this Game of Thrones Northern Ireland Tour, you can ride through Westeros in style. Not on horseback, but on the same coaches used by the cast and crew when filming the show (Seasons 1 – 6). So you can sit back and relax while your tour guide brings you through the breath-taking landscapes of Northern Ireland.
From €42 per person
Covid-19 safety measures
We have been certified as “Good to Go” by Tourism NI, and have a full Covid-19 health and safety policy in place. Before travel, you will be provided with a copy either by email or message of our new procedures, which safeguard yours and our health and well-being.
Starting at 9am, the bus makes multiple pick-ups in Belfast. The tour then brings you along the scenic Causeway Coastal Route, taking in beautiful coastal towns, and of course, famous filming locations. These include:
Cushendun Caves – It was here that Melisandre gave birth to the Shadow Baby. This smoky spirit proved to be the demise of Renly Baratheon
Ballintoy Harbour – The site of Pyke Harbour, part of the Iron Islands, home place of Theon Greyjoy
Larrybane – This is where Renly set up his camp, swore to Lady Stark that he would avenge Ned’s death, and was ultimately killed
The Dark Hedges – One of the most recognisable locations from GOT, this is the eerie setting of the King’s Road
As well as visiting these iconic on-screen locations, you will also get the chance to explore some of Northern Ireland’s most famous historical attractions. First will be a visit to Giants Causeway. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is a source of great pride for Northern Ireland and a must-see for any tourist. Later, you will also be brought to Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. Will you have the courage to make it the whole way across?
Tours run throughout the year. However, seats on tour buses are limited, so booking in advance is essential.
Private tours are also available. These provide you with the same itineraries, but at a slower pace.