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When on a tour of Ireland Dublin is simply unmissable. Ireland Luxury Tours seven day tour allows you a few days to explore Dublin. Many visitors to Dublin today are lured by the action in the very recently developed Temple Bar area, on the south side...

We have just discovered a fault with our email system and the fact that some enquiries may not have reached us. This has now been resolved and we are tring to retrieve any enquiries that have been affected this way. I would like to apologise unreservedly to...

Thirteen kilometres south of Navan is one of Ireland's most famous antiquities, the Hill of Tara.  This shows evidence of occupation from many different periods, and was the symbolic seat of the High Kings until the 11th century.  Its history is steeped in legends, but...

A tour round this remote, Irish-speaking westerly extremity offers many things: superb coastal scenery with peaceful beaches and scattered islands; grand mountains and lush, fuchsia-splashed countryside; a rich assortment of antiquities; and a lively music scene and excellent seafood restaurants based on the charming fishing...

Sligo is one of the largest towns in the Northwest, a lively market town and centre for music, pubs and eating places designed more for its own 18,000 inhabitants than for tourists.  Colourful houses stand alongside the River Garavogue, and the town still has many...

Armagh has often been the scene of battle: County Armagh is predominantly Catholic, especially in the south, but the city itself is a Protestant stronghold.  The two rival cathedrals, both dedicated to St Patrick, scowl at each other from two of Armagh's seven small hills. ...

I had the pleasure of taking two very amiable clients on a trip up the North Coast on Monday 1st February 2010. We left their hotel at 10.00 a.m. and travelled out of Belfast and through Carrickfergus. We talked about the magnificent castle but did not...

Ten thousand hectares of wild scenery make up this park of glaciated valleys and open moorland around Lough Veagh. Parts of the park are wooded with native oak and birch or imported rhododendron and spruce. The approach via Dunlewy at the foot of Mount Errigal...

On a tour of Ireland with Ireland Luxury Tours we will endeavour to at least encourage you to at least touch upon Donegal. It is not to be missed and is cosidered by many to be typical of "rugged Ireland" as people think of it. Donegal's...