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England and Ireland Tours & Trips

Find the right tour for you that goes to England and Ireland. With 35 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 4 days to 25 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is August, which has the most number of departures.

35 trips through England and Ireland with 85 reviews

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Highlights

  • Navigate the Giant’s Causeway’s maze of interlocking basalt columns on the coast of Northern Ireland.
  • Stroll through windswept rolling greens and wild rugged mountains, carpeted with vibrant hued wildflowers in the Connemara National Park.
  • Relax in the elegantly furnished rooms and bewitchingly perfumed gardens of the Muckross House in Ireland’s Killarney National Park.
  • Discover old-world charm residing alongside modern architecture in Belfast, the birthplace of the RMS Titanic.
  • Uncover the spirituality of Glendalough’s 6th Century monastery, set against a stunning ‘valley of two lakes’ in Ireland’s Wicklow County.
  • Explore the terraces and ancient geothermal spas of the Roman Baths in elegant Bath.
  • Trace the life of the world’s greatest playwright, William Shakespeare, back to his birthplace of Stratford upon Avon.
  • Listen to stories of royal romance and witness British pomp and pageantry on a regal day out in London.

Tips

  • Follow continental table manners while in the region; hold your knife in the right hand and your fork with the left.
  • While in Ireland, try the grilled toulouse sausage wrap, hand crafted blaas and delicious oyster bake.
  • Using polite terms such as ‘Please’, ‘Thank you’ and ‘Sorry’ is held with regard in British etiquette.
  • Avoid asking intimate or personal questions of locals as privacy is highly regarded in these regions.
  • If you like modern art, visit London’s Tate Modern Art Museum or the Design Museum.
  • Pack an umbrella, water resistant boots, a waterproof jacket and plenty of warm socks to face Ireland’s wet weather.
  • You can protect yourself from midges while visiting the Connemara National Park by using repellents and bug sprays.
  • Avoid talking about Belfast’s Troubles unless invited to by locals; it is a sensitive subject and the repercussions are still felt today.

England and Ireland Tours & Trips Reviews