The ‘Window Seat’ – Exploring Ireland & Northern Ireland Via a Coach Tour…

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The Giant's Causeway, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986.

There’s something beautiful about being on a coach or a bus. More so if you’ve a window seat. There’s no pressure of being at the wheel. You watch the world go by, and if you’re in Ireland, you are bound to have some amazing landscapes to gaze out to.

Even if you don’t have the window seat, you could get lucky with having a nice fellow traveller with whom you can chat a little – exchanging notes on life and the world! Or you could go with your best friend. Conversation flowing nice and easy over several packets of Tayto…

A colleague recently took Paddywagon The Giant’s Causeway Tour from Dublin, and thoroughly enjoyed it. She was able to cover The Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, White Park Bay, Ballintoy, and the Antrim Coast and also get one hour of free time in Belfast.

Day tours are great to take on weekends or even on weekdays if you have the time. I love the idea of grabbing some tea in a thermos, getting a window seat, and letting the guide and bus be in charge of the day’s itinerary!

Giant's Causeway via a day tour
Girls resting and looking at the views at Cliffs of Moher
Visitors looking at the Cliffs of Moher

Where can you go? Here are some options:

Blarney Castle and Cork

Explore Ireland’s Ancient East by taking a Celtic Valley Boyne Tour

Wild Connemara

Boat Cruise that takes you to the Cliffs of Moher and Galway

These are just some of the day tours that you can explore, but if you have a favourite that you love taking friends and family to, do let us know in comments.

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