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The Albert Clock was constructed between 1865 and 1870 as a memorial to Queen Victoria's late Prince Consort - Prince Albert. You will see it clearly on any Belfast tours. It stands 113 feet tall with a statue of the Prince in robes of a Knight...

On our tours of Belfast we advise a call at the Titanic Dry Dock. When you look into this vast chasm it gives you a real feel of the scale of the Titanic. Bearing in mind it was 1902 in Belfast shipyard , it is truly...

Dont miss this Causeway as it was formed 60 Million years ago as a result of volcanic eruptions and is a must see attraction on any Ireland tours !!!! The lava cooled and hardened, it formed layers of basalt rock to become the Giant’s Causeway. You...

The mighty stronghold of Carrickfergus castle is on the shores of Belfast Lough and easily accessible on Belfast tours !! It was once the centre of Anglo-Norman power in Ulster and is a remarkably complete and well-preserved early medieval castle that has survived intact despite 750...

This classic manor house is now available as accomadation. It is a magnificent private estate and is the last word in luxury. If you have a small group visiting for any tours of Ireland it is well worth considering this opulent option. The house has 8 double bedrooms...

Dublin Castle is located in the very heart of historic Dublin and should not be missed on any Ireland tours. It is just too iconic !! The Castle stands on the high ridge , the highest ground in the locality , at the junction of the...

At Ireland Luxury Tours we have had the pleasure of looking after Sir Ian Botham , Lord Digby Jones , Monty Halls , Dr Vince Cable and top U.S.A lawyer Scott Ferrell...

The Great Famine in Ireland began as a natural catastrophe of extraordinary magnitude and the history is a must for anyone taking tours of Ireland. But its effects were severely worsened by the actions and inactions of the Whig government which was headed by Lord John...

Belleek Pottery has operated for more than 150 years as Northern Ireland's leading manufacturer of porcelain giftware. It is worth visiting on any Ireland tours to bring a quality memento from your trip. The company has achieved an international reputation for the high quality of its...

La Girona was a galleon of the 1588 Spanish Armada which foundered and sank off Lacada Point , County Antrim, Northern Ireland , on the night of 26 October 1588 after making its way eastward along the Irish coast. The wreck is noteworthy for the loss...