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This sounds almost a romantic notion of Ireland but the "Lakes" are well worth visiting. These smallish, watery counties - Cavan and Monaghan near the Northern Ireland border, and Westmeath, Laois, Offaly, Roscommon and Longford - form the geographical heart of Ireland, yet are usually portrayed...

SAINT PATRICKS DAY CARNIVAL - BELFAST CITY CENTRE 17TH MARCH 2010 Celebrate St. Patricks day with a carnival through the city of Belfast and a free concert featuring a mix of pop and traditional music. This is an event that would suit all the family. Then...

Hey the team at Life are absolutely delighted to begin a new partnership with another of Life’s Great Partners, Ireland Luxury Tours.  Its just fantastic to find another business with similar values and standards whom we can work together with to provide an even better service...

One of Ireland's most delightful towns, Kilkenny stands on a bend in the River Nore. It is packed with history (in summer, with tourist traffic too), and aspects of its medieval history are particularly well preserved. Discerning visitors are duly catered for with high-quality craft...

We at Ireland Luxury Tours are working with professional marine experts to create a unique trip in a rigid inflatable. Our intention is to create a trip in a safe fast rib with an experienced skipper out of Coleraine on the river Bann. The trip will run...

If you are interested in horses, one place you will certainly want to see is the Irish National Stud, based at Tully just outside the town. The valuable animals enjoy a standard of living many humans would envy, and their occupation may appeal, too. The...

 On a  tour of Ireland the Blarney Stone is a sure topic of conversation. Ireland Luxury Tours can understand why. Everyone has heard of Blarney and, when coach parties clog the village, it seems as if everyone has come to see it, too.  Tourists arrive for...

On a  tour of Ireland why not consider visiting Birr. We at Ireland Luxury Tours recommend it. This pleasant quiet Georgian town centres around the attractive Emmet Square; it was formerly known as Parsonstown, after the family name of the Earls of Rosse, whose seat is...

Usually any of our tours of Ireland start in Dublin and end in Dublin...