A unique opportunity to visit the Giants Causeway and the Titanic Visitor Experience with fast track admission to Titanic Belfast on the same day.Smaller Group tour on a bus with Extra Leg Room with a maximum of 26 passengers.
Discover Northern Ireland with the best value combination ticket. Ticket will include: One day city tour hop on hop off pass, Titanic Belfast admission, Giant's Causeway day tour. When booking, you choose the date you wish to do the Giant's Causeway day tour and then you can choose to do the city tour and Titanic Belfast admission on any other day that suits you. Titanic Belfast is located at stop number 5 on the city tour.* Giant's Causeway tour includes admissions to the Giant's Causeway Visitors Centre AND Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. At the Causeway Visitors Centre, there is also a self guided walking tour included in the price.
Everyone knows the name Titanic! Everyone knows Titanic struck an iceberg! And everyone knows Titanic was lost! She sat at the bottom of the ocean for 75 years before they found her in 1985. A second expedition to the wreck site went out in 1986 and that expedition was co-led by the owner of this museum. The artifacts you see throughout the ship are REAL and valued at over $4 million dollars. You'll enter as a guest and leave as a Titanic Passenger!
This tour visits the two most famous towns in the Cork region: Blarney and Cobh! We begin the day with a scenic drive to Blarney. We allow plenty of time in Blarney to give you the chance to visit the world famous Blarney Castle and gardens, and to kiss the Blarney Stone and take home the gift of the gab. We can also explore the magnificent gardens and visit the witch of Blarney. Admission to the castle is included. SAVE 12 EURO!!! Later, we make our way to Great Island to explore the town of Cobh. Cobh is situated on the Cork harbor and is famous as the point of embarkation for millions of Irish emigrants travelling away from Ireland during the 1800s and 1900s. It was also the last stop of the Titanic. You will enjoy free time in Cobh. Consider visiting the magnificent St Coleman's Cathedral, or the award winning Titanic Experience, an exhibition in the original White Star line building!
Discover the historical city of Belfast and visit iconic locations used in the ‘Game of Thrones’ TV series on this unforgettable 2-day trip from Dublin. Enjoy a scenic train ride along the eastern coast of Ireland before exploring Belfast independently with a hop-on hop-off bus ticket and admission to Titanic Belfast visitor center. Then, travel to key locations that were used in the award-winning HBO fantasy drama ‘Game of Thrones’ with a local guide. See sites like the Dark Hedges road and the Cushenden Caves before enjoying free time at UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway.
Combine your Game of Thrones Film location tour with an open top tour of Belfast. The Game of Thrones tour takes you to all the best film locations in County Antrim and also includes a short stop at The Giants Causeway. This tour includes admission to Giant's Causeway Visitors Centre with optional free walking tour. (Worth £10.50) This is an all day tour.**FEE TO CROSS CARRICK-A-REDE ROPE BRIDGE IS INCLUDEDThe open top tour of Belfast pass is valid for 48 hours and included in the sights are Titanic Quarter, Political Wall Murals, Parliament Buildings and the city centre. You will learn about the rich history of the city and use the tour to discover.
12 hour Day tour to Cork from Dublin`s city centre to what has been described as Ireland`s Alcatraz and winners of the World Travel Awards 2017, Spike Island. Live commentary ( English only) as you travel through Ireland`s midlands, taking in views of the Galtee Mountain range and historical sites such as the Rock of Cashel in Tipperary on the way to Cork. Ferry crossing and guided tour of Spike Island by official guides of the Island (cost included). The Titanic Experience, St Coleman`s Cathedral (free admission) , Cobh Heritage Center and the Victorian promenade are just a few of the highlights on offer in Cobh`s heritage town you may choose to explore. Home to picturesque views of one of the largest natural Harbours in the world and the most colourful town of Ireland, it is a photographers delight.
The moving testimony of surviving crew and passengers of the Titanic is recreated in this dramatic multicast recording. Merely one day after the Titanic survivors arrived in New York City, a United States Senate committee began investigation into the wreck of the great "unsinkable" ship. The official transcripts of the investigation include the testimony of J. Bruce Ismay, British Managing Director of the White Star Line, on-duty lookout Frederick Fleet's admission that the disaster may have been avoided, and passenger Daisy Minahan, who recalls the refusal of an officer in her lifeboat to aid those adrift in the frigid waters. Director/producer James Cameron used this historical record in the making of his film Titanic. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael York, Roscoe Lee Browne. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/dove/001093/bk_dove_001093_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Hans Magnus Enzensberger is one of the most widely read and respected writers in post-war Germany. In the present study a considerable number of his most important poems are closely analyzed, including the texts that make up his major poetic cycles, Mausoleum (1975) and Der Untergang der Titanic (1978). Central to any discussion of this highly diverse corpus is the way in which Enzensberger creates strikingly original poems on the basis of borrowed material. Der Untergang der Titanic, for example, is closely based on the famous bestseller A Night to Remember (1955) by the American writer Walter Lord and on the film of the same name by Roy Baker (1958). Enzensberger's "Versepos" is simply unimaginable without Lord's book, and certain episodes represented in the poem can be fully understood only by readers who have seen the film. The appropriation of documentary material also plays an important role in the series of poems devoted to nature or science, many of which present themselves as riddles. An entire chapter is devoted to the analysis of these fascinating riddle poems. The various personages portrayed in Mausoleum comprise not only scientists, inventors, explorers, and thinkers who were responsible for truly world-changing discoveries (Gutenberg, Humboldt, and Darwin for example), but also a whole series of historical figures whose admission to this oddball pantheon is best explained by the bizarreness of their often utopian projects or by their compulsive or megalomaniacal personalities. The playful and provocative Enzensberger clearly chose several of these latter for their shock value (Raimondo di Sangro, V. M. Molotov, Ernesto Guevara de la Serna). Our reading of this collection demonstrates Enzensberger's willingness to undermine seriousness with irony and humor, hence the presence of Dante and Marilyn Monroe on board the sinking Titanic. The final chapter examines the relation between poetry and politics and examines the notorious essay "Gemeinplätze, die Neueste Literatur betreffend" (1968) as well as the disturbing interview with the Weimarer Beiträge (1971), in which the poet expresses his thankfully short-lived rejection of literature as art and his desire to break out of the "Ghetto des Kulturlebens." This chapter also discusses the influence of Bertolt Brecht. Other chapters focus on the poet's taste for anachronism, his "asynchronous" sensibility, and the recurrent theme of disappearance.