Ireland Rail Tours

Ireland Train Tours 2019/2020

Undulating hills, rugged coastlines, theatrical castles and a culture rich in mythology, music, folklore and dance; Ireland is a beautiful and endlessly intriguing destination. St Patrick’s Day itself is celebrated across the world, offering up a tantalising look at this wonderful Celtic nation. Discover it for yourself on our selection of Irish tours, which bring out the best of the Emerald Isle.

Rail Tours In Ireland

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A country filled with history, beauty, culture, and rich traditions, there is almost too much to do in Ireland. So to break it down, we’ve got some helpful advice for those wanting to explore it from top to bottom – and please be assured, there’s certainly something for everyone!

Emerald Isle

The Enchanting Emerald Isle

10 days from £1,645PP

Rugged coastline, beautiful rolling hills and dramatic castles are all within reach on this tour of the Emerald Isle. Our highlights include the Ring of Kerry, Cork and Killarney, the legendary Blarney Stone, the Cliffs of Moher and Ireland's wonderful capital, Dublin.

Giants Causeway

The Giant's Causeway & Ireland's Northwest

10 days from £1,725PP

Enjoy the fantastic landscapes of Ireland's north and west on a tour packed with excursions. We visit the iconic Giant's Causeway, the Connemara Coast and vibrant Dublin. Awash with locations that capture the essence of Ireland, this tour is a great place to start as a newcomer to the Emerald Isle.

Grand tour ireland

The Grand Tour Of Ireland

14 Days from £2,395PP

Take in Ireland's famous scenery, vibrant cities and wealth of history on a premium tour of Ireland. With the Giant's Causeway, Dublin and Belfast, you really get an authentic taste of the Emerald Isle. Our destination hotels, including Lough Eske Castle are some of the best hotels in Ireland, adding an extra touch of luxury to this exquisite tour.

 

Tour Itineraries:

The Giant's Causeway and Irelands North West