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Testimonial - Ireland Luxury Tours was the perfect choice and a great way to see Ireland.  No hassles, great scenery and outstanding people and customer service.  Would highly recommend Ireland Luxury Tours for your next trip to Ireland. This customer experienced our extended Belfast tours....

" Ireland luxury tours treated us superbly. Maurice and Steve definitely went the extra mile to make our group happy and adapt to our, sometimes demanding, requests. We had a memorable pub lunch at the Bushmills Inn!  I would definitely recommend these tours. " This was...

Now this is a real hidden gem if you are tours of Ireland. The port of Foynes was the fulcrum point for air traffic between the United States and Europe. These famous flying boats were frequent visitors , carrying a diverse range of people from celebrities...

If you are on tours of Ireland then this is an interactive experience that you might enjoy. It maps many changes , which the Celts brought to daily life in Ireland during the Pre-historic and Early Christian eras. Features include a RING FORT , CRANNOG which is...

A museum which is not one of the best known on tours of Ireland but well worth a visit. The museum is owned and operated by Limerick City Council. It was fist opened to the public in 1916 as part of the city library in Perry Square. In...

A beautiful castle worth considering as an option if you are on tours of Ireland. Castle Leslie is a real hidden gem. At Castle Leslie the horse is King with up to 30 to choose from in the Equestrian Centre. There are qualified instructors available to take...

On any tours of Ireland you may hear of a Limerick or actually listen to one. Some of the books of Limericks are real hidden gems and great fun. A Limerick is a  short, humorous, often nonsensical verse of five lines that have a particular pattern...

Leabhar na hUidhre is the oldest surviving manuscript written entirely in Irish. An interesting thing to see on any Ireland tours. It si a bit of a hidden gem.  It gets its name "The Book of the Dun Cow" because , in the late Middle Ages ,...