Explore the Antrim Coast, including the Giant’s Causeway.
Walk the footsteps of Jon Snow as you visit Game of Thrones filming sites.
Try your hand at archery and axe throwing with a private instructor.
Hike along the Slieve League cliffs and through Glenveagh National Park in Donegal.
Our Ireland specialists know this charming island like the back of their hand and have put together some sample itineraries to give a taste of how you could spend your time there.
Whether you'd like to climb the battlements of ancient castles, take a literary pub crawl through Dublin's historic streets, sail beneath the Cliffs of Moher or go salmon fishing in the wilds of Connemara, our specialists will help you along the way. With their in-depth local knowledge and personal experience they'll craft a bespoke itinerary that focuses on your interests and takes in Ireland's key sights as well as some of its more hidden charms.
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Our recommended tours in Ireland
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Ireland, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well. Treat them simply as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely for you by one of our specialists based on your particular tastes and interests.
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Visit the Aran Island Inis Oírr for a tour and lobster lunch.
Boat through Killary Fjord and hike back along the Famine Trail.
Horse ride on the beaches of Sligo while learning about the local history.
Sleep under the stars in a bubble dome.
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Some of our favourite travel guides
- Luxury holidays in Ireland
- Discovering food in Ireland
- What to do in Dublin: a first-hand guide
- How to see traditional Ireland
- Natural Ireland: the coast, cliffs and countryside
Luxury holidays in Ireland
Ireland can show its indulgent side in various ways, says our expert Jackie, from stately castle hotels where you can take falconry lessons to a private cruise along the Cliffs of Moher, far from the crowds that clog the roads.View this travel guide
Discovering food in Ireland
Ireland’s culinary scene is vibrant, inventive and a far cry from its out-of-date reputation. Explore Ireland’s culinary renaissance, including a farm that produces briny-sweet oysters, a tasting that spotlights whiskey distilleries and a foraging walk along the coast.View this travel guide
What to do in Dublin: a first-hand guide
Unpretentious and lively, Dublin is a compact capital city with lots to offer says Audley specialist Max. You can spend the day exploring Ireland’s history at Trinity College or Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, and spend the evening drinking Guinness in a Temple Bar pub.View this travel guide
How to see traditional Ireland
Packed pubs, traditional music, bucolic sheep, farmhouse whiskey and Guinness stout — Ireland specialist Jackie talks about classic Irish sights and why you might want to visit Blarney Castle, even if you already have the gift of gab.View this travel guide
Natural Ireland: the coast, cliffs and countryside
Discover Ireland’s most scenic areas, from the moonscape of the Burren to the beaches of Connemara and the archaeological ruins of the Dingle Peninsula. Specialist Marissa suggests which sights to make a priority during your trip to Ireland.View this travel guide