Ireland’s emerald-green pastoral landscapes, its sense of hospitality, and its celebrated cultural traditions, from folk music to Irish dance, make it an inviting destination. It’s a place where locals may greet you as old friends, and it has sights to stir the eyes and the mind: the otherworldly geology of Giant’s Causeway, the hard-hitting yet striking murals in certain areas of Belfast, and the unspoiled Dingle Peninsula where you're more likely to hear Gaelic than English. Our specialists have a detailed understanding of both the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland, and can help you unlock their intriguing history as well as their complex relationship.
Suffused with a longstanding tradition of music and storytelling, Ireland is a compact island whose warm welcome transcends the cliché. Our specialists have explored it from coast to mountains to its two constituent capitals, Dublin and Belfast, and can recommend the best ways for you to spend time here.
Speak to someone
who's been there
Start planning your tailor-made trip by contacting one of our Ireland specialists
- 01993 838 173
- Make an enquiry
Popular places to visit in Ireland
Featuring heavily on our itinerary ideas for visiting Ireland, these places are destinations that we know prove consistently popular with our travellers. How you choose to include them in your trip can be tailored into a route that best suits your preferences.
Map of places to visit in Ireland
Places on the map
Ireland places A-Z
- Belfast Northern Ireland
- The Burren
- County Donegal
- County Wexford
- Derry Londonderry Northern Ireland
- Dingle Peninsula
- Enniskillen Northern Ireland
- Giant's Causeway Northern Ireland
- Inis Mór
- Newgrange and the Boyne Valley
- Northern Ireland