IRELAND Destination Guide and Tours
Small but mighty, The Emerald Isle is rich in culture, wild landscapes and hearty foodie delights. From enjoying a pot of Irish stew, to exploring Ireland’s lush land and regal castles, you’ll be met with charm and intrigue aplenty.
Explore Killarney’s wooded paths and Belfast’s City Hall, Queen’s University and Parliament building with a Local Expert. Take in Ireland’s stunning landscapes and rugged coastlines, along with a fascinating trip to Dublin where you’ll enjoy VIP priority entry to the Book of Kells.
With Insight Vacations gain access to exclusive experiences: • Enjoy VIP priority to the Book of Kells • Join a Local expert for a short hike along West Meadow Bay • Go behind-the-scenes with an equine professional in Kildare • Then visit the finest Japanese Gardens in Europe • Meet a master craftsperson at the House of Waterford • Meet a local Jarvey aboard a famous jaunting car ride • Walk the pretty streets of Londonderry with a Local Expert.
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Focus on Ireland
A private tour of Trinity College with fast-track entry to the Book of Kells, a Jaunting Car ride in Killarney, luscious green countryside, dramatic coastal scenery and the ‘lilt’ of Irish voices all make for an exceptional journey.
Showcasing the very best sights and scenery of Ireland including the Wild Atlantic Way and a night at the magnificently restored Ashford Castle.
Country Roads of Ireland
Experience the wild, enchanting coastal routes as you explore the Emerald Isle. Along the way you'll encounter ruined castles, quiet lakes, natural wonders and legendary characters.
When to go: Ireland offers mild, temperate weather throughout the year, meaning there is never a bad time to visit the Emerald Isle. Just make sure you pack a small umbrella as you can expect the odd shower in this lush location.
MAR - MAY
JUN - AUG
SEP - NOV
DEC - FEB
London GMT +0
Euro (EUR, €)
Irish Gaelic and English
4.784 million (Republic of Ireland), 1.875 million (Northern Ireland)
Dublin (Republic of Ireland), Belfast (Northern Ireland)
European Standard of 230V, with a frequency of 50Hz.