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Doors of Thrones: An Epic Weekend Is Easy Than Ever

You, Northern Ireland, and a free weekend plenty of inspiring choices. What do you have to lose?

The Doors of Thrones have been an inspiring plan throughout the last few years, admiring the astonishing work carried out by the local carvers, tributing the nature overcoming, and the inventive expertise which proves the unbelievable unity of the northern Irish community.

The increase of this legacy secretly encloses a unique experience for groups and families looking to discover the ins and outs behind the tempting visit of Doors of Thrones tour. 

You deserve to enjoy the shrouded secrecy offered by the Causeway Coast and its surroundings. Giants Causeway, a World Heritage Site, will surround you with a remarkable landscape of over 40,000 united basalt columns, up to 39 ft high. Do you ever imagine what this view could be like from your eyes? 

The unique landscape of rock formations is the most liked spot for Giants Causeway visitors

An exclusive discovery through these doors is Glenarm Castle & Garden, where every visit is an instant inspiration. The curious history surrounding the castle, The Coach House Museum lovely walks and the bloomy botany around the gardens, are the guaranteed top picks of the regular visitors, which will convert your Doors of Thrones sightseeing into a new secret plan. What do you have to lose? 

If you still have additional energy, there is an additional stop dedicated especially for you. 36-hole club, 13000 yards, two link courses and an exciting 63-course record to beat are awaiting at Royal Portrush Club. Peak green fee starts at only 60 £, which for a one-of-a-kind weekend closing, it is a cherry on top of the cake for these alternative Doors of Thrones locations.

During your course, you can delight with the secret landscapes of Causeway Coast.

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