Most clichés are only clichés because they're true, and Ireland is a case in point. What images spring to mind when you think of Ireland? The Emerald Isle? A pint of the black stuff? Wild and windswept beaches? A good craic? All clichés, all true, all fabulous and all available after a direct flight from the US!

Dominique, Rita, Susie and Annie are here to help give you the inside track.

Why we think you’ll love it

  • The capital city of Dublin is filled with quaint pubs and charming people, its small size makes it perfect to explore!
  • The Cliffs of Moher and famous Ring of Kerry are as beautiful as they are well known - go out of season to avoid the crowds

Our guide to holidays in Ireland

Discover the country's literary history dating back thousands of years, or try your hand at sports such as Gaelic football and hurling. Keen golfers need look no further: the courses, such as the dramatic Old Head Course Kinsale, are completely spectacular. Most importantly, all our trips are totally tailor-made, and we can create a perfect itinerary taking in everything from the delights of Dublin to the deserted beaches on the west coast that mark the last stop before the New World. And while the physical locations are very much part of the appeal, it's the people and their innate Irish charm and hospitality that really sets Ireland apart, be that in romantic and rustic abodes or in the pubs, restaurants and music venues of the capital

Top picks for Ireland

An image of the colourful Irish capital city, Dublin



Dublin is a city filled with charming people, quaint pubs and cultural sites - perfect for any trip.

Where to go

An image of Giant's Causeway located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland


Northern Ireland is a small country filled with fantastical landscapes, historical museums and the UNESCO world heritage site of the Giant's Causeway.

Where to go

A colourful collection of houses in County Cork



Cork is known as Ireland's second 'capital' city - filled with culture, heritage and a vibrant foodie scene.

Where to go

A picture of countryside cows

County Kerry


County Kerry is best known for the famous Ring of Kerry driving route but the region holds many other gems as well!

Where to go

The ruins of Renvyle, Connemara



Connemara is a brooding & rugged region on the West coast of Ireland

Where to go

A clifftop view of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher & County Clare


People often visit County Clare namely for the amazing views from the Cliffs of Moher, however the native landscape of The Burren and the city of Limerick are well worth enjoying during your stay.

Where to go

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