The Mini Titanic Rail Trail
DC 10N02 - 3 Day Tour
To commerate the centenary of the ill-fated RMS Titanic we are delighted
to offer a three day tour highlighting Ireland’s main Titanic connections.
Belfast, Titanic visitor centre
ITINERARY DAY 1
Check in Dublin Connolly Station (information desk) for 07:35 departure of Enterprise Service (Breakfast included Monday to Friday).
At Belfast we join our tour and head to the famous Antrim Coast Road crossing the lovely Glens of Antrim en route to Ballycastle and the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge. Glimpse the Scottish coast on a clear day. We continue to the stunning Giant's Causeway next, seeing Dunluce Castle (photo stop only).
We return to Belfast and our four star standard city centre hotel for overnight.
ITINERARY DAY 2
After enjoying a full Irish Breakfast (the famous Ulster Fry) at your leisure you will join the Belfast Hop
On - Hop Off tour which not only explores the city centre but also the Titanic Quarter and the new Titanic Visitors Centre - admission included (see the original dock where the doomed liner was built), also the murals of the Falls and Shankill Roads. Plenty of free time for shopping and you can return to Dublin on any scheduled train service or join the Railtours Ireland group returning to Dublin at 20.10 (8.10) arriving Dublin Connolly at 22.15 (10.15pm).
Overnight in Dublin four star standard city centre hotel, convenient for station...
ITINERARY DAY 3
Check in Dublin Heuston Station (Customer Service Desk) for 07:00 departure of Intercity train to Cork
(breakfast included Monday to Friday).
On arrival in Cork we transfer by road to Blarney Castle where we kiss the famous
stone and thus acquire the gift of eternal eloquence. Time for shopping and lunch at Blarney Village before
returning to Cork and a short city tour. We have a scenic journey alongside Cork Harbour to Cobh where the "Queenstown Story"
Heritage Centre is located in the beautifully restored Victorian railway station and transatlantic terminal. Embarkation point for generations
of Irish emigrants to the new worlds, from famine times to recent years - including passengers for the Titanic in April, 1912.
Return to Cork for departure on Intercity service to Dublin (light meals and full bar available).
Arrival at Dublin Heuston Station is at 20.25 hrs. (8.25pm).
Departs Daily Mon to Sat - April to December inclusive
*Prices are per adult sharing
Sterling (British £) Currency is required in Northern Ireland
Single Room Supplement applies
per adult sharing
€349 per student sharing
What our customers are saying about this tour
Good times on the Giant's Causeway Glens of Antrim and Wild Atlantic Coast day tour
Amazing tour guide
Linda A. Hazelton
Sheri and Eric Edelmann
Chris & Kelly Pitkin
The best tour guides we have ever had
Heather Paine & Ryan Munro
He made the day very enjoyable and took wonderful care of us
Chris & Kelly Pitkin
You Provide us with the best Tour on our Trip to Ireland!
say thank so much fro enabling to see the beauty of Ireland in such an informative yet relaxed way!
Emily and Ittai Ben
The tour was fascinating and our guide Dave Gallagher was personal and friendly!
Dimitra and Andreas
Our rail tour to the Antrim coast was most enjoyable