Irland entdecken inkl. Games of Thrones & P.S. Ich liebe Dich-Drehorte

Irland entdecken inkl. Games of Thrones & P.S. Ich liebe Dich-Drehorte

Die grüne Insel Irland ist flächenmäßig relativ klein, vereint auf seiner Fläche jedoch zahlreiche Sehenswürdigkeiten und Highlights. Diese lassen sich bequem ab Dublin im Rahmen von Tagestouren erkunden, sodass sich eine Irlandreise auch lohnt, wenn man nur wenig Zeit hat. Gleichzeitig ist das Land häufiger Schauplatz für große Kino- und TV-Produktionen: in dieser Reiseidee erkunden Sie die Original-Schauplätze der Serie "Games of Thrones" sowie die spektakuläre Landschaft des "Giant's Causeway". An einem weiteren Tagesausflug besuchen Sie den Wicklow Mountains National Park, wo "P.S. Ich liebe dich" gedreht wurde. Im Grundpaket sind 5 Übernachtungen enthalten, das angegebene Preisbeispiel wurde mit Abflug ab Frankfurt am 10.04.2020 ermittelt. Reisedatum, Aufenthaltsdauer, Hotels sowie Ausflüge und der Abflughafen können Ihren individuellen Wünschen entsprechend angepasst werden.

Themes: Nature Cities Activities

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Frankfurt Main
Frankfurt Main / 17:10
Ryanair FR 382 Ryanair
2h 10m Nonstop
18:20 Dublin
10/04/2020 15/04/2020


About the city

Dublin has been the setting for many novels and it’s no wonder since its written tradition goes back to 800 A.D. with The Book of Kells, which is now on show at Trinity College, Ireland’s oldest university. The city is the birthplace for many literary figures such as Joyce, Beckett, Yeats, Shawn and Wilde to name a few. The city’s Georgian elegance blends perfectly with the medieval and modern architecture that gives Dublin its distinctive personality. One can’t deny that Dublin is a cultural city; the UNESCO designated Ireland’s capital as the city of literature in 2010. Culture vultures are also spoilt for choice when it comes to museums and galleries. From the National Museum of Ireland and the National Library to the National Gallery and the cute Little Museum of Dublin containing the lecturn that US president JFK used to address the National Parliament in 1963, there is plenty to absorb. Not forgetting of course the magnificent Dublin Castle dating back to the 13th century. Aside from its glorious riches, the best thing about this city is its people. Dubliners are friendly, warm, surprisingly outgoing and witty, even more so after a couple of pints of Guinness. In its more than 1000 pubs one makes friends easily. It should be mandatory for tourists to spend some time in a pub since it is one of the most memorable experiences of a visit to Ireland. Dublin is as well a young city, it has one of the youngest population in Europe, around half of its inhabitants are believed to be under the age of 25. This fact has made the city vibrant, dynamic, energetic and ambitious. Dublin is overflowing with funky bars, sophisticated restaurants and lively clubs, the epicenter being the buzzing Temple Bar area. Live music is a religion in Ireland and Dublin is its mecca. The city’s live music scene is superb and has given the world a number of global musical superstars from U2 and Westlife to The Script and Sinead O’Connor. Everyone is welcome in this nowadays multicultural city, but beware, Dublin, as its people, is so charismatic and infectious that you may never want to leave.

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Sheldon Park Hotel & Leisure Centre

  • At 6.0 km from the center
  • Kylemore road, 131, Dublin 12
This hotel is situated in a quiet suburb of Dublin, lying just a short driving distance away from Phoenix Park. The hotel is located within easy access of the main attractions that this historical city has to offer. The airport is located just a 20 m...
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  • 5 Accommodation nights

2 Activities

Giants Causeway and Carrick a Rede rope bridge tour

day 2 - 07:20
An ancient volcanic eruption and spectacular rock structure has long been the source of colourful legend in the form of the Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO world heritage site. And is it any wonder, the symmetrical formations seem almost perfect enough to have been the efforts of a hard-working giant! Let the adventure begin! .Upon reaching the Giant’s Causeway, prepare to be met by the most spectacular sight – a giant among giants in the world of natural wonders. This wild and beautiful formation is a consequence of ancient volcanic activity, the solidified lava now layered across 40,000 hexagonal columns stretching for a distance of over 6 kilometres.we head for the heights of the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. Spanning 66 feet and constructed originally by fisherman more than 350 years ago, it crosses a deep chasm at a height of almost 100 feet, making it the go-to spot for that perfect photograph of your holiday in Ireland. A head for heights comes highly recommended for this daring crossing!
A brief visit to take in the spectacle of the Dark Hedges is also on the cards. This series of imposing 200 year old beach trees will be familiar to followers of Game of Thrones, featured in season 2 of the series as the King’s Road. Then we take another short stop and an opportunity to photograph the dramatic surroundings and timeless beauty of 13th century Dunluce Castle. Finally, with talk of science and tales of giants, we leave the mindboggling beauty of the Antrim coastline behind and get back on board our luxury coach for the return leg of your tour to bustling Dublin city
Pick up 7:20am Upper O'Connell street (Outside the Gresham Hotel)
Photo opportunity Dunluce Castle 
Arrive Causeway at approx 11am 
The Barn restaurant for a spot of lunch 
2pm Carrick a Rede rope bridge (Crossing included)
The Dark Hedges (Game of Thrones)
Arrive back to O'Connell street at approx 8pm
This is a long drive and we are the only operator with a WC on board!
New Coach with Luxury leather seating 
Free 4G Wi-Fi 
Extra Leg room for comfort
Air conditioning and audio visual equipment on board
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Children must be accompanied by an adult
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 49 travelers
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.

Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough Tour

day 4 - Tour (09:15-18:15)
See Wicklow's top natural beauty spots and experience the warmest of Irish hospitality on a day full of fun. The stunning scenery of the Wicklow Mountains tour route includes a stop at Glencree Valley, photo stops at the Guinness Lakes, the PS I Love you Bridge, the bog lands and heather fields of the Sally gap and Glendalough.

Situated in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains, the 10th century monastic round tower settlement in Glendalough is the jewel in the crown of the Wicklow Mountains Tour. Offering up leisurely (or more challenging) walkways to the lower and upper lakes, Glendalough is a must see for any visitor to Ireland. Make sure you have your camera at the ready!

For a lunch spot with a difference the Wicklow Mountains Tour stops at a Traditional Irish Pub in the Wicklow Mountains area. Enjoy a hearty Irish lunch with special offering for our customers.


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Voucher type: Printed
Printed Voucher. Print and bring the voucher to enjoy the activity.

Start point:
O'Connell Street Upper,13

End point: Same as the starting point

Opening dates
09:15 - 18:15

Duration: 9 Hours

Guide options
Guide type: Guide

Jacket. We suggest you wear comfortable clothes and shoes for the time of the year.\n
Frankfurt Main
Dublin / 18:50
Ryanair FR 383 Ryanair
2h 10m Nonstop
22:00 Frankfurt Main


Irland entdecken inkl. Games of Thrones & P.S. Ich liebe Dich-Drehorte
Irland entdecken inkl. Games of Thrones & P.S. Ich liebe Dich-Drehorte