Rugged coastlines, historic castles and breathtaking scenery are in abundance in this very green and captivating land.
Take the awe-inspiring coastal road to see the Giant’s Causeway, one of Europe’s most celebrated natural wonders, or feel the spray from the other side of the Atlantic. When it comes to city life, the colourful capital Belfast and vibrant Derry, provide some fascinating sightseeing opportunities and you’ll be in for some great craic with a traditional Irish welcome on the affectionately known ‘Emerald Isle‘.
It’s easy to see why the magical and fantastical landscapes of Northern Ireland, from forbidden forests to sweeping glacial valleys, were chosen as filming locations for the hit TV series Game of Thrones and this beautiful country can be yours discover through your own eyes!
Our Tour Highlights
Belfast and Derry – City lifeFrom the birthplace of the Titanic to the iconic City Hall, you'll find an abundance of historic landmarks and world-class visitor attractions in Northern Ireland’s largest city, Belfast. ...more
Giants Causeway and the Antrim Coast
The extraordinary Giant’s Causeway, flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean on one side and a landscape of dramatic cliffs on the other, is well worth a visit. ...more
Great Houses and Irish traditionYou’ll be spoilt for choice with the amount of grand residences on offer in Northern Ireland, including Hillsborough Castle with its royal connections ...more
From Patron Saints to ScreenCastle Ward is the fascinating home of the Ward family since the 16th century, a unique property with its impressive Gothic façade and stunning location overlooking Strangford Lough. ...more
Performance Venue Highlights
Belfast CathedralMagnificent St Anne's Cathedral at the heart of Belfast's Cathedral Quarter is a treasure trove of art and culture and of course, music, with a range of resident choirs who rehearse and sing in this beautiful building. Consecrated in 1904 and extended over the years, with the eye-catching Spire of Hope added in 2006. Today, a sacred space and place of worship, St Anne's also provides a stunning backdrop for concerts, recitals and carol services.
Castle Ward, DownpatrickCastle Ward, an 18th-century eccentric house with two distinctly different architectural styles, classical on one side and the Gothic aspect overlooking Strangford Lough. This truly beautiful expanse of walking trails, exotic garden, stunning vistas and picturesque farmyard, will bring history to life. Follow in the footsteps of the ‘Game of Throne’ stars and perform in the farmyard, now famous for being the location of Winterfell in this hugely popular TV series.
Giants Causeway, County AntrimFlanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean on one side and a landscape of dramatic cliffs on the other, for centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it. Northern Ireland’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the mystery and stories of the landscape are explained in the award-winning Visitor Centre where your performance will also take place overlooking this dramatic land.
Where To Stay
Dunadry Hotel and Country Club, Dunadry
Ramada by Wyndham Belfast City Centre
Morning Afternoon Evening Day 1 Travel to your destination from your chosen collection point. Welcome drink at the hotel and time at leisure. Group evening meal at the hotel and time to socialise! Day 2 Day excursion to Belfast. Visit the Titanic Exhibition, the Titanic Quarter, Botanic Gardens and explore the city itself. Lunchtime concert in Belfast Cathedral and afternoon at leisure. Evening meal at the hotel and evening activity. Day 3 Enjoy the splendour of the Antrim Coastal road with a visit and concert at the Giant’s Causeway. Sample the Irish whiskey and take a tour of a local distillery. Evening meal at the hotel and potential evening concert at your hotel. Day 4 Enjoy a relaxing morning visiting Downpatrick and the numerous attractions dedicated to the patron saint, St Patrick. Afternoon visit to the atmospheric Castle Ward to include a concert and complete the day with a boat tour across the Strangford Lough. Farewell meal in local restaurant. Day 5 Optional morning excursion. Onward journey home.