Ireland Tours & Holidays

The Emerald Isle: where the rhythm is slower, the people are warmer, the spirit is fuller, and the earth is richer.

Irish hospitality may be a cliché – right up there with leprechauns and kissing the Blarney Stone – but when you take a tour in Ireland (whether that's in Galway or down South) you realise that this enchanting republic revels in its old-school approach to life. Connemara really is as brooding and lonely as we’ve been led to believe. The Dublin of James Joyce still lingers on in odd pockets of the city. The Guinness really is that good. If you want to enjoy your holiday, it’s best to leave your cynicism at the door and grab Ireland with both hands: learn the folklore of Roscommon and Donegal, road trip your way along the south's coastline, go searching for faeries in Knocknerea Mountain, moan about the inclement weather and (above all) embrace the craic.

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Ireland: Kilkenny & Surrounds

Martin · Traveled May 2023
Our trip to the Kilkenny area was a treat. Our guide, Fionnuala, was great - she provided just the right amount of historical information mixed with all local info we needed on pubs, restaurants, and local sites.
Review submitted 15 May 2023

Northern & Southern Ireland

Erin · Traveled January 2023
The best bit about my trip was the tickling.
Review submitted 19 Jan 2023

Northern & Southern Ireland

Sarah · Traveled January 2023
The tickling was definitely a standout experience.
Review submitted 19 Jan 2023

Northern & Southern Ireland

Elizabeth · Traveled November 2022
This trip is a lot of fun. It's fast paced and so much is packed in! Great for people with limited vacation time who still want to see it all. I definitely recommend this trip :)
Review submitted 25 Nov 2022

Northern & Southern Ireland

Susan · Traveled September 2022
This is an excellent trip as an Introduction to Ireland. As I'd traveled from North America I was very pleased to have booked 3 days in Belfast before the trip and 3 days in Dublin at the end.
Review submitted 29 Sep 2022

Ireland at a glance


    Dublin (population 500,000)


    4.7 million




    English, Gaelic


    (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time : Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London




    Type D (Old British 3-pin) Type G (Irish/British 3-pin) Type M (see D)

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