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Armagh is a city in Northern Ireland that you may pass through on Ireland tours. The Metropolitan Cathedral of St Patrick , Armagh , is set on a hill from which the name of the city derives - Ard Macha - the Height of Macha. Macha, a...

If you are on tours of Ireland in March you need to know about Saint Patrick's Day as it is celebrated each year on the seventeenth of March. In Ireland, Saint Patrick’s Day is both a holy day and a national holiday. Saint Patrick is the patron saint...

Why not take the road less travelled with Ireland Luxury Tours We offer bespoke tours of Ireland , combining scenic routes and the most historic places  , tailored to your personal requirements. We now have a Prehistoric tour available. Build your tour around a theme or one of...

The famous gardens at Mount Stewart were planted in the 1920s by Edith, Lady Londonderry, and are of international importance !!! It is a must see attraction on any Ireland tours. The magnificent series of outdoor 'rooms' and vibrant parterres contain many rare plants that thrive in...

Enniskillen Castle is a hidden gem situated beside Lough Erne in County Fermanagh. It was built almost 600 years ago by Gaelic Maguire chieftains. The chieftain at the time, King Thomas Maguire, known as Thomas the Great , ruled from the area of Lisnaskea in the south-eastern...

On our tours of Ireland we recommend a visit to the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum. See how people lived in Ireland through the ages and how they travelled. With real thatched cottages and old Belfast terraced houses moved on site brick by brick !!!...

If you are coming to Belfast  on a cruise ship please check out our tours. We specialise in providing day trips to suit your time in port. We can take in the North coast , and see Dunluce castle , the Giants causeway , Glens of Antrim...

Just north of the little town of Lahinch , on the coast of West Clare , are the Cliffs of Moher...

Dear Maurice, Thank you very much for the excellent day of touring you provided for us on Friday August 28, 2009. Not familiar with the territory, we made contact with you though a US agency, and you took our thoughts, gathered from guidebooks, and devised an excellent...

Nendrum Abbey is generally regarded as the best example of a pre-Norman monastic site in Northern Ireland that still has ruins from the original buildings. Thought to have been set-up by St Machaoi in the 5th century, it has also been linked to St Patrick in...