I loved visiting the Giant's Causeway. We were with local friends and they took us through the arch so we didn't pay the entrance fee for the visitors center. We paid to take the bus to and from which was well worth it.
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This place is truly a wonder of the world. It seems so artificial yet natural at the same time. We arrived late, about 6 pm, and the visitor center was closed. We walked to Giant's Causeway anyway and I am sure glad we did. Since...More
It is a great scenario. One first look at the rocks, because it seems to you that the rocks have been handmade by an artisan, then you look again and you are taught that they are the result of a volcanic natural phenomenon of millions...More
The Giants Causeway is beautiful and a very interesting place to visit, the cost to use the car park/visitor centre is excessive. We parked up and paid,spent maybe 5 minutes looking around the visitor centre which is mostly a shop and then headed down the...More
The Giant's Causeway is the best reason for visiting Northern Ireland! We were on a tour so we did not get to stay as long as we would have liked. This rivals the Ring of Kerry and Cliffs of Moher so don't miss this one....More
After a couple of trips to Belfast I decided to explore the north coast and of course the Giant's causeway that we see so often in movies and hear about was the foremost place to visit. In short, this is totally worth seeing. Bear in...More
To me it was a dream come true..! I had to arrange and adjust soooo many things to make this trip. Every thing betrayed and every step went wrong. However, the place is such rewarding that all those troubles have been compensated with its sheer...More
I love the Giant's Causeway. It's more beautiful and different every time I've been there. The view is breathtaking.
The National Trust lead you to believe you need to pay £10.50 per person to park and for the tour. DONT! park in Bushmills and get the regular (Ulster) bus to and from the Causeway Visitor Centre (runs about every 20 mins). You'd want to...More
The site is truly incredible and worth a visit, but it's a bit pricey and not necessarily a destination. In addition to the admission fee there is a bus to the actual site for the less intrepid hikers that costs a pound (pp) both ways....More