Ireland Tours

Enjoy Irish hospitality as you travel through Ireland’s iconic cities and charming villages, from Dublin and Galway to Cork and Killarney. Tour through the countryside of Ireland taking in the ancient castles and natural wonders, see the Cliffs of Moher and the Dingle Peninsula, venture to the Aran Islands, and kick back in a cosy pub to sample the Irish Whiskey and locally brewed Guinness.  

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7 Days Dublin to Dublin

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22 Days London to London

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8 Days Dublin to Dublin

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Discover Must do experiences and highlights around Ireland

Kiss the Blarney Stone

Kiss the Blarney Stone

Said to give people the gift of the gab, the Stone of Eloquence is a major drawcard of Blarney Castle, as is its pretty grounds.

The Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry

Travel this scenic circuit of the Iveragh Peninsula taking in views of the Atlantic coastline, dramatic mountain passes and ancient heritage sites.

The Aran Islands

The Aran Islands

In Galway Bay is a collection of islands where the landscape and clifftop forts jostle for attention, with equally impressive scenery and historic sites.

Pour a Pint at Guinness Storehouse

Pour a Pint at Guinness Storehouse

Home of the Guinness legacy which spans over 250 years, learn about the history that shaped this iconic stout and not only sample a pint where it originated, but learn to pour it perfectly.

The Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher

Rising up to 214 meters (702 feet) from the churning water, these sheer cliffs are a highlight of the windswept coastline. It’s no wonder puffins choose to make them home when they nest here from May – July.

Recent Reviews What our clients are saying about their tours around Ireland

Brilliant 14 night tour of Ireland   , SA, Australia, Jul 2022
Perfect small group tour of 10 people covering Dublin, Belfast, Derry, Donegal, Eniskillen, Galway, Killarney, Kilkenny and lots in between. Well paced with plenty of activities balanced with good free time. Hotels, food, scenery, culture, history, fun, all amazing. Brilliant tour guide Kevin Byron Murphy and driver David Ryan. Font of knowledge and ...read more humor. Suited me well as a mid 60s solo female. The group was a good mix of singles and couples, all in their 60s and 70s - all lovely people
Best of Ireland   , Korea, Jun 2022
Overall, a wonderful experience. We must start with kudos to both Jemma and Hannah for all the support, help and advice you gave us throughout the booking process. Yes, we will book with you again and are now looking at Tauck tours to Australia, New Zealand and or Tasmania in 2023.

Our tour to Ireland was number one on our Bucket List and we were ...read more not disappointed. Vincent, our tour guide was a treasure of information on Ireland's history and overall knowledge of the political, economic and societal struggles that have plagued Ireland's history. Also, his knowledge of each of the sites we visited on tour was extraordinary. He truly deserves to be a "Keeper" for Tauck.

There are, however, two recommendations for consideration that would change our overall rating to five stars instead of four. First, the Westin Dublin was not what we expected of our accommodations. It was below the standard of other Westin hotels we have used over the years. Unfortunately, we had complaints that we registered with our tour guide and the hotel management. Compared with all other hotels we stayed in during our tour, the Westin was at the very bottom.

Secondly, the amount of time we spent on the limousine bus was excessive. We covered a huge amount of The Republic of Ireland's and Northern Ireland's geography and transit times to each destination were often at times too long. Due to the necessity to keep on track with our itinerary, we felt that the amount of time we were allotted at some of our stops was minimized. Again, a wonderful experience that took Bill back to his Irish roots!
Ultimate Ireland   , Chicago, United States, Oct 2021
Our itinerary was just busy enough with enough time to explore on your own if you wanted to or rest if you wanted to. I especially liked exploring Belfast and Giants Causeway, Dublin, Killarney, Ring of Kerry, Galway, and Ashford Castle. I loved hearing about the rich and sometimes complicated history of the areas.
More like CANtiki, amiright?   , United States, Sep 2021
The experiences that we're walking away with are really invaluable and will be treasured for a lifetime. We're feeling blessed to have been able to go and to share our trip with such wonderful guides and group mates. Cheers, and until next time!

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Open Your Heart to the Emerald Isle (and save $400 pp with Collette*)

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Open Your Heart to the Emerald Isle (and save $400 pp with Collette*)

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Take Your Family on a Tour of Ireland

31 May, 2019

Take Your Family on a Tour of Ireland

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Solo Travels in Ireland with CIE Tours

31 May, 2019

Solo Travels in Ireland with CIE Tours

Dreaming of travelling through Ireland, but don’t want to go it alone? Solo travel can be challenging, particularly when you’d much prefer to be the passenger taking in the spectacular scenery of the Emerald Isle than be the researcher, planner, navigator, and driver all at once. Welcoming...

Irish Warmth on the Taste of Ireland

31 May, 2019

Irish Warmth on the Taste of Ireland

Tara and Sheila both had their individual connections to Ireland. Tara had grown up a competing in Irish dancing contests and later studied Irish history and literature. Throughout her childhood, Sheila had spent her August holidays in Ireland every year to celebrate her grandmother’s birthday...

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