The breathtaking Emerald Isle is the perfect choice for your next holiday! And, with a fantastic range of fully escorted tours to choose from in our collection, travelling by luxury coach or air, we'll take care of everything while you sit back and soak up the very best Ireland has to offer.
Renowned worldwide for its fascinating history, iconic landmarks and stunning natural beauty – not to mention, the friendliest of locals – discover destinations such as historic Killarney, cultural Dublin and spectacular Wild Atlantic Way, and enjoy a holiday filled with unforgettable moments.
Whether you’re looking for a short break or a grand adventure, browse today – your dream Ireland escape is waiting!
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With mountain scenery and fascinating towns, discover the charm of County Down, Belfast, the Giant’s Causeway, Derry and Dublin.
Explore Ireland’s most famous coast and see the spectacular sights of the Beara Peninsula and the renowned Ring of Kerry on this fully escorted coach tour.
Enjoy a taste of the real Emerald Isle as we uncover Ireland’s South East and visit Waterford, Kilkenny and Dublin.
Relish in the charms of the Irish countryside and visit Glenveagh National Park, Donegal and bustling Dublin on this holiday to Ireland.
Explore the best of west Ireland, including the Cliffs of Moher, the Dingle Peninsula, Galway and Dublin. Expect dramatic coastlines and views.
Discover the charming Irish countryside, Western coastlines and character-filled islands on this picturesque holiday to Ireland.
From charming Belfast and Dublin to the stunning seascapes and mountains of the Wild Atlantic Way, experience the best of the Emerald Isle.
Discover the very best of Ireland on this 6-day holiday, with included excursions to Kilbeggan Distillery, Carrick-on-Shannon and Dublin.
Explore some of the delights of Ireland's Ancient East, with visits to world-famous gardens, rural scenery and cultural Dublin.
Known as the ‘Garden of Ireland’, County Wicklow boasts beautiful scenery, a spectacular coastline, and some of Ireland’s most wonderful gardens.
Discover some of Ireland’s true gems as we see Kilkenny, the Rock of Cashel, Cobh, picture-postcard Kinsale and bustling Dublin.
Enjoy true Irish charm as we travel to Dublin for the St. Patrick's Day celebrations – an experience you’ll never forget!
Discover the magical Irish Lakelands, a region immersed in history, tranquillity and natural beauty, with the chance to also explore the bustling capital city of Dublin.
Ireland's highlights spread far and wide, with jaw-dropping natural landscapes being one of the prime reasons to visit. See the awe-inspiring Ring of Kerry and rugged Wicklow Mountains for beauty like no other, whilst the Cliffs of Moher are guaranteed to take your breath away.
History lovers will get their fill with the wealth of regal castles on offer – an estimated 30,000 castles and ruins dot the country in total! Blarney Castle is consistently ranked as one of the best places to visit in Ireland, whilst Kilkenny Castle and Ross Castle are also popular sights.
And, of course, Ireland is renowned for its fantastic hospitality and traditional taverns where you can enjoy the very best 'craic' – 'a good time' in Irish English. The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin is the best way to discover more about city's most iconic drink, with a fantastic atmosphere and good craic in abundance!
Browse key sights and the popular tours you can see them on.
Reaching a height of over 200m, the dramatic Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most-famous natural and breathtakingly beautiful attractionView Tour
Ireland produces some of the best whiskey in the world, and an Irish coffee is a heavenly drink combining whiskey, coffee and fresh, smooth cream. Almost a dessert, this firm favourite is sure to warm you up right through to your toes!
A hearty, one-pot dish made traditionally from mutton, potatoes, onions and water, Irish stew is the ultimate comfort food and perfect for warming up in winter. Relying on only a few ingredients with the slow-cooked, tender meat adding the most flavour, this favourite, national dish has been around for centuries.
A simple, traditional bread which oozes flavour, Irish soda bread is a daily staple. Recipes vary from family to family, each with their own twist, but the bread is typically enjoyed with a thick spread of butter and used for dipping into stews and soups.
Known as the natural drink of Ireland, this famous tipple is also recognised worldwide. Its deep colour, caramelised flavour and creamy head make it as favourite pub drink, and many stew and pie recipes include it for added flavour. It embodies Irish culture and is a must-try when visiting the Emerald Isle!
With so much on offer, you might need some inspiration! We’ve hand-picked a selection of favourite destinations and provided an overview of the very best highlights...
Renowned for its stunning architecture, Dublin is a treat for the eyes. Trinity College, the Four Courts, the National Gallery and St. Patrick’s Cathedral are all spectacular sights, as well as the city's elegant, Georgian structures, most notably in Fitzwilliam and Merrion Squares.
It's no secret that the famous Irish 'craic' can be found in every hearty pub across the country – and there's plenty to choose from! Dublin is also home to the Guinness Storehouse where visitors can pay homage to the renowned drink, enjoy a perfectly pulled pint and see panoramic views over the city.
St. Patrick's Day
Everyone should celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Dublin at least once! The whole city turns green on the 17th March as this celebration of Irish culture takes over, with Irish dancing, musicians, Guinness, shamrocks and parades on every corner. Join us on our St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin & Ireland’s Ancient East tour to witness the spectacle for yourself.
With a long history of continuous occupation, 12th century Kilkenny Castle has been rebuilt, extended and changed many times over an 800-year period. This grand, country house attracts thousands of visitors each year; inside, you'll find beautiful period tapestries, furniture and works of art, whilst the parkland boasts a formal rose garden, woodland and a man-made lake.
Kilkenny Design Craft Centre
One of Ireland's most prestigious sources of Irish gifts, the award-winning Kilkenny Design Craft Centre is located in what was once the stable yard of Kilkenny Castle. The Centre features a fantastic selection of shops selling artisan Irish giftware, crafts, jewellery, clothing and ceramics.
Medieval Mile Museum
Located in the heart of St Mary’s Church, the Medieval Mile Museum showcases Kilkenny's 800 years of history, showcasing the importance of many people's stories who made the town what it is today. See some of Ireland's finest medieval sculptures, artefacts and the country's largest collection of Renaissance tombs.
This vibrant, 'little' town is known for its history, heritage and world-class hospitality. Key places of interest include St. Mary’s Cathedral, Victorian mansion Muckross House & Gardens, and Ross Castle which is a lakeside citadel steeped in legend.
Jaunting Car Rides
The town is renowned for jaunting car rides – the traditional way to tour the town by horse and trap (carriage), in the company of a Jarvey (driver and guide). Your Jarvey will teach you more about the history, legend and folklore of the area while you sit back and soak up the rolling countryside.
Ring of Kerry
Killarney is the most popular starting point for taking on the breathtaking driving route of the Ring of Kerry, which boasts some of the most awe-inspiring views in Ireland. Discover incredible scenery, beautiful wildlife and unique culture, and be prepared for panoramic Atlantic Ocean views.
Blarney Castle and Stone
Nearby Blarney Castle, which was built nearly six hundred years ago, is one of Ireland's great treasures, and a must for any visitor to the castle is to kiss the Blarney Stone – the legendary Stone of Eloquence – so you'll never be lost for words again!
The English Market
This charming, quirky food market is located right at the heart of the city, and is one of the world's oldest municipal markets. You can find a fantastic selection of artisan breads, delicious sweet treats, fresh seafood and produce, or simply enjoy a coffee whilst people watching.
The perfect blend of old and new, Cork boasts a fantastic range of cultural attractions, including the Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, Cork City Gaol Heritage Centre, St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, and St. Anne’s Church which dates back to 1722 and is known for its famous bell tower.