Tour Itineraries

Ring of Kerry Tour

The Ring of Kerry is one of the great drives of the world and a must see for many visitors to Ireland. But it can get crowded, especially at high …

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Burren Tour

This is a full day tour which will last into the evening, taking in all of the main sights on the Burren and some lesser known ones as well. We've made …

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Connemara Tour

Connemara is a place of mountains, lakes and spectacular views famed for the quality of the light. It's also often overrun with tourists which takes a little from its serenity. However …

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Explore Yeats Country

WB Yeats is one of the most romantic poets ever and this is his ancestral home, a place he dearly loved and where he is buried. Add lovely unspoiled countryside, good …

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Shannon to Galway

An easy and interesting tour that is perfect for those arriving in Shannon and spending their first night in Galway. The tour takes you to some relatively little visited places as …

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A Walk around James Joyce’s Dublin

This walk takes you on a stroll around Dublin to places associated with James Joyce or with characters from his books or short stories. Although it's primarily aimed at Joyce fans, …

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Walking Tour of Galway City

Galway is a compact city, easily explored by foot in half a day. This tour is a gentle amble through the city centre, with stops to visit places of interest. At …

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Three Days in Dublin with Kids

Dublin is a good city for kids, with lots of attractions they will enjoy and activities specially aimed at younger visitors. However touring as a family means a different approach and …

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The (love it or hate it) Golf Links Tour: Ireland North

An itinerary sweeping around the north coast of Ireland, with great day by day itineraries for non-golfers and some of the world's best links courses for the golfers. …

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O’Bama and other Irish presidents

Many US presidents have had connections to Ireland, from Andrew Jackson in the early 18th century right up to Barack Obama. But none of them is Irish man with the …

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