Who needs a car when you can experience Ireland’s breathtaking beauty at your own pace? Choose from coach tours, train routes and themed trips that take in the sights and scenery – all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the highways, byways and boreens (small country roads) as the best of Ireland unfolds before your eyes. The Causeway Coastal Route Clinging to Ireland's rugged northern coastline between buzzing Belfast city and the walled splendour of Derry~Londonderry, the Causeway Coastal Route holds awesome sights around every bend of the road. Walk on water (almost) at the Gobbins Cliff Path, be one with nature on Rathlin Island, feature in your own real-life fairytale at the crumbling clifftop ruin of Dunluce Castle and wander on the foundations of 400 years of history in Northern Ireland’s Walled City. And the best way to top it all off? Embark on a legendary trip to the Giant’s Causeway, where 40,000 hexagonal basalt columns tumble into the sea. The stuff of science or a giant’s legacy? We’ll let you decide. Travelling this incredible coastline couldn’t be easier. From Dublin you can be in Belfast city in two hours by train. And from Belfast you can choose any number of ways to experience the Causeway Coastal Route. Whether you want a packaged tour by coach or the comfort of travelling by rail to these bustling urban hubs, you’re spoiled for choice. 3 to try Black Cab Taxi Tours Jump aboard a legendary Black Taxi Cab tour to explore Belfast city and beyond: majestic City Hall, Titanic Belfast and historic pubs await. Causeway Coastal Route full day food, coast & culture tour Take the slow-road along the Causeway Coastal Route and enjoy award-winning tastings, meet the local people and admire the scenery. The Gobbins Cliff Path The Gobbins is a white-knuckle cliff walk along the Causeway Coastal Route – think bridges, tunnels, caves and seascape views. The Wild Atlantic Way Elemental clifftop views, the whirling salty sea air and seaside towns teaming with culture and the friendliest of locals – welcome to the Wild Atlantic Way. Spanning 2,500km from the tip of Malin Head – Ireland’s most northerly point – to County Cork’s picturesque harbour town of Kinsale in the south, this is a coastal touring route perfect for exploring by rail, coach or guided tour. Highlights include the Oscar Wilde dubbed “savage beauty” of Galway’s Connemara region, the otherworldly atmosphere of the Slieve League Cliffs in County Donegal, the quaint charm and history of towns like Westport in County Mayo along with the crystal blue waters of striking Keem Bay on the coast of Achill Island. With so much to see and do, it’s no wonder the likes of Lonely Planet and National Geographic have named it one of the best road trips in the world. 3 to try Rail tours: Royal Atlantic tour Take a trip along the Wild Atlantic Way, with days full of spectacular sightseeing and nights of traditional music. Activity tours: Ireland Walk Hike Bike Whatever holiday you want – walk, hike, bike – we will plan your holiday to ensure you have a really memorable trip to Ireland. Wild 'N' Happy Group Explore the island’s hidden gems and secluded spots with Ireland's only Hop-on/Hop-off Adventure Travel Pass Network. Ireland's Ancient East Welcome to a land strewn in 5,000 years of history, where ancient monuments and monastic marvels have stood the test of time and idyllic towns full of charming locals lie around every corner. You'll find that everyone in Ireland's Ancient East has a tale to tell, and it's this captivating craft of storytelling that makes this mystical region so special. Afterall, this is a place where Vikings once forged Ireland's oldest medieval city – Waterford. It's where the sacred village of Glendalough is found, nestled in a verdant valley of County Wicklow's woodland and mountains. It's where fairytales lie in wait in the form of enchanting castles and grand manors and the Neolithic treasure trove known as Brú na Bóinne stretches across the magical land of County Meath. With so much to see and do, you'll be glad to know that getting around is a breeze thanks to a host of railway routes, bus services and guided coach tours. And with such friendly people waiting to welcome you with open arms, you're sure to feel right at home wherever you roam. 3 to try St Kevin's Bus Gliding between the mountains and the sea, this coach takes you through incredible Wicklow scenery to the 6th century Glendalough monastic site. Kildare Tours Visit ancient houses, the home of thoroughbred horseracing in Ireland and explore the medieval nooks and crannies of Kildare village. Boyne Valley Tours Passage tombs, monastic ruins, and sacred hills: get up close and personal with the history and heritage of Ireland’s ancient east. Explore your options Travel by coachSit back and enjoy the sights of Ireland while someone else looks after the transport. Experience Ireland by bikeIreland has some of the most spectacular cycling routes to suit any pace or ability. Unique toursDiscover a different side to Ireland, where ghostly trails and wild wonders are the order of the day.