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.
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Experience an evening of folklore and storytelling at Dublin’s oldest pub.
Marvel at the Dark Hedges on the Antrim Coast.
Walk in the footsteps of Jon Snow as you visit Game of Thrones filming sites.
Experience archery and axe throwing.
Capture the trip by taking a photo with the direwolves from the show.
Tours at Game of Thrones locations across Northern Ireland (These tours are not all official Game of Thrones tours and are not all licensed, approved, or endorsed by Home Box Office, Inc., the owner of the trademarks for Game of Thrones.)
Ireland and Scotland
Walk the quirky streets of Glasgow on an orientation tour.
Experience the whiskey reputation of Islay.
Explore the castles and glens around Oban.
Taste a variety of whiskey in Speyside.
Marvel at the dramatic coastline of the Antrim Coast.
Experience a unique distillery tour in Dublin.
Scotland and Ireland
Explore the mountainous Nevis Range and Glencoe.
Taste a dram of whisky in a Scottish Castle.
Wonder at the beauty of the Isle of Skye’s unique landscape.
Hike in Glendalough and the Wicklow Mountains.
Visit the Cliffs of Moher where you can spot puffins.
Explore the rugged landscape of Connemara National Park.
Learn the tales of the prisoners detained in Kilmainham Gaol on a shared tour of the former prison.
Kiss the Blarney Stone and explore the castle’s grounds.
Kayak on one of Killarney’s lakes to Innisfallen Island.
Spend two nights in a 16th-century castle.
Learn the rules of hurling on a hands-on Gaelic games experience.
Go behind-the-scenes on a private tour of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral.
Visit Ballykeefe Distillery — an intimate distillery set on a working farm.
Spend two nights in a prestigious manor estate.
Explore the iconic Cliffs of Moher on a private boat tour where you may spot puffins.
Explore the undiscovered north of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.
Hike the famine trail in Connemara, along the Slieve League cliffs, and through Glenveagh National Park in Donegal.
Visit Ireland’s most northerly point, Malin Head.
Marvel at the geological wonders in the Marble Arch Caves.
Eat a pub lunch on a day trip to the smallest of the Aran Islands.
Ireland, Scotland and England
Wander the fabled streets of Oxford’s prestigious university.
Explore the idyllic villages and quintessential English landscape of the Cotswolds.
Visit the Roman and Georgian highlights of the UNESCO protected Bath.
Reflect on Northern Ireland’s troubled past on a city tour.
Visit the iconic Cliffs of Moher.
Scotland and Ireland
Explore the castles and palaces surrounding Edinburgh as well as Edinburgh Castle itself.
Visit Scone Palace, a former stately home.
Sail along Loch Ness and enjoy a picnic lunch onboard.
Admire the waterfront Dunvegan Castle and its extensive gardens.
Stay overnight in Scottish and Irish castles.
Visit Blarney Castle and its fascinating gardens.
Some of our favorite travel guides
- Natural Ireland: the coast, cliffs and countryside
- What to do in Dublin: a first-hand guide
- Luxury vacations in Ireland
- How to see traditional Ireland
- Discovering food in Ireland
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
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
Luxury vacations 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
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
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