Giant's Causeway & Bushmills Railway, Bushmills
(4/5 based on 110 reviews on the web)
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  • Place full of magic if you want to believe in the history of the Giants: an Irishman and another Scotsman. Need to get to know this legend. Or if you're rational: lavras that hardened, forming 40000 columns. Must be comfortable shoes and not slippery to walk all the way. It was more of a dream come true!
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  • Legend has it that a giant he built to arrive in Scotland and fight another giant. It is protected by Unesco has declared a world heritage site. It is a natural rock outcrop on the North East coast of Ireland, at 3 km. from the town of Bushmills. There are 40,000 columns originated following a volcanic eruption about 60 million years ago. It is also a protected paradise for various birds and various parties, shaped by numerous weather events, recall arie objects and figures. Is one of the eight wonders of the world and one of the internationally renowned natural beauty. It is a true masterpiece.
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  • I've already written review of the Giants cause way so this is just for the railway. We parked at the station in Bushmill and hiked to the causeway. On the way back we managed to catch the tram. At £5...  more »
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  • Like it! Don't need to spend any pence on this spectacular view. You might need to take the shuttle bus to the viewing area at £1 per person if you are tired of walking or for inconvenient person.
  • A good day out if the weather is nice. Usually very crowded though.
  • Causeway was great, but the parking was super busy, and £6
  • Nice landscape. And it's free!
  • Nice walk and views