I booked the trip to Belfast and Giant's Causeway in advance on the wild rover tour website. A little before 7 the coach arrived and we could get in. The coach looked brand new and had WiFi inside. Paul was the diver and Jim the guide. While driving to Belfast Jim explained a lot about the history of Ireland and the places we drove by. We even got additional information how to pay in North Ireland, because they have pounds and charge you more if you pay in Euro. First we arrived in Belfast where we had the chance to visit the Titanic museum. Wild Rover tours arranged the tickets so we didn't had to wait to go in. After this visit our trip continued to Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge wich was spectacular.
The weather was cold but the sun was present so we could even see Scotland from the isle. The next stop was the Giant's Causeway. This is a must visit place when you go to Ireland! The view is magnificent. There we had the chance to eat something in a typical Irish restaurant. The last stop was Dunluce Castle, this location they used to film Game of Thrones, it's an amazing and magical place. After that we went back to Dublin.
I can recomend Wild Rover Tours! Why? The coaches are new and comfortable, you can use the WiFi in the bus, you don't have to wait to get your tickets to visit the places, they arrange everything for you, you get lots of details about the places you visit, all admission prices are included, Jim (the guide) even took some great pictures from us while we were visiting the Dunluce Castle. I will definatly book another trip with Wild Rover Tours! Our experience was amazing! Thank you guys for the best Valentines day we ever had !Koend63,
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We had a great trip to the Cliffs, Burren & Galway. This was the best way to take it all in. We had the perfect amount of time at each stop and enjoyed the tour! Tips: -Pay the 2 euro to go up the tower at the Cliffs- amazing view and cool structure. -Wear boots & a rain jacket (the weather changes in 5 minutes from sunny to hailing in Ireland)
We skipped the walking tour in Galway and had drinks with the locals-- great experience!- Gluten-free items could be found at the coffee/tea stop on the way out in the morning and the Cliffs view restaurant had GF options, as well.Tobi B ,
We went to the Cliffs of Moher with our super friendly and entertaining tourguide Johan and our bus driver Paul. The new buses of wrt are really spacious and comfortable. We started the tour with a breakfast at the Barack Obama Plaza before heading towards the Cliffs. The way there was filled with interesting spots about Irish history and mythology, all explained by our guide. When we arrived at the cliffs, we had plenty of time to explore not only those, but also the nearby museum. We then headed towards the city of galway.
The way there goes along the Atlantic coast, marking a rocky yet beautiful landscape alone the shore line, not only giving a good view but thanks to our guide also an interesting story and explanations about e.g. stone walls and torf farmers. Eventually, we arrived at our final stop in galway, where you can choose between having a guided city tour or exploring this Irish small-town by yourself. Overall, we would highly recommend this tour. It goes along beautiful landscapes, with especially the cliffs being remarkable. All the information about Irish history and tales are more than interesting and made the tour as fun as it waGalle & Tobi,