Experience the dramatic landscapes of the Giant's Causeway and discover one of the best-loved tourist attractions in Northern Ireland.
The network of 40,000 basalt columns offer tourists a veritable playground on the Atlantic. Along the Causeway Costal Route visitors can discover the natural wonder that has inspired poets, writers and artists, and intrigued the likes of scientists and travellers from around the world.
Visiting the Giants Causeway
The Giant's Causeway is open daily to tourists; visitors can explore the stones and coastal path from dawn till dusk, while the Visitor's Centre is open daily from 9am -7pm. The interactive exhibition centre gives an insight into the history of the Causeway and invites visitors to learn more before experiencing it first-hand. Outdoor audio guides are available, and inside the Visitor's Centre there is a gift shop and café so guests can fuel up before or after exploring.
From there, tour the stunning Causeway Coast and & Glens and capture even more of the magic this trail is famous for. From activities for families to pampering escapes for couples, the Causeway Coast & Glens offers visitors the opportunity to explore the area and discover the hidden gems that make the area a lasting favourite with visitors around the world.
Discover the Causeway
Less than two hours from the Giant's Causeway, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Letterkenny stands out amongst other hotels in Letterkenny co Donegal. Visitors can take advantage of local attractions like Letterkenny golf, or travel further afield and discover the wonders along the Causeway Coasts & Glens trail.
At the end of a busy day, the hotel's comfortable accommodation and modern amenities are waiting to welcome guests home and help create a home away from home while on holiday.