Travel Packages to Ireland 2024, 2025

Come to Ireland to learn the history, see the amazing natural beauty, and meet the friendly people. You will experience the big city life of Dublin and the rural settings of the Ring of Kerry. You can even choose to attend an optional medieval banquet at the Bunratty Castle where you will have an unforgettable evening of food and entertainment in the splendor of this magnificent castle.

Below is a list of various tour packages departing year-round.

Scheduled 2024 & 2025 Ireland Tours

Tour Name Luxury Length Info
Highlights of Ireland
(May & September)
4 star 8 Days View Tour

Group Options

Tour Name Luxury Length Info
Taste of Ireland 4 star 5 Days View Tour
Celtic Delight 4 star 7 Days View Tour
Ireland 4 star 7 Days View Tour
Best of Ireland & St. Patrick Heritage Tour 4 star 8 Days View Tour
Ireland at Leisure 4 star 8 Days View Tour
Celtic Sojourn 4 star 8 Days View Tour
Irish Heritage 4 star 8 - 9 Days View Tour
Irish Welcome 4 star 8 - 10 Days View Tour
Irish Adventure 4 star 9 Days View Tour
Irish Harmony 4 star 9 Days View Tour
Northern Delights 4 star 9 Days View Tour
Mystical Ireland 4 star 10 Days View Tour
Irish Legends 4 star 10 Days View Tour
Ireland Highlights 4 star 10 Days View Tour
Visit to Erie' 4 star 11 Days View Tour
Ireland/Scotland Christian History 4 star 12 Days View Tour
Irish Explorer 4 star 12 Days View Tour
Irish Supreme 4 star 12 Days View Tour
The Scenery of Ireland 4 star 13 Days View Tour
Ireland, England & Scotland
Christian Fellowship Tour
3.5 - 4 star 16 Days View Tour
British Isles - Grand Tour 4 star 20 Days View Tour

Ireland Tours: Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best month for an Ireland tour?

You can book our tours of Ireland throughout the year, and the best time of year to visit varies based on your preferences. Ireland gets more crowded during the summer like many countries, but you can enjoy warmer weather during the summer months. During the winter, Ireland is cold and wet. Visiting Ireland during the spring or fall months gives you the best combination of mild weather and smaller crowds. Keep in mind that crowds are more of an issue in larger cities and popular tourist destinations, so some parts of our tours won’t be especially crowded.

How many days do you need for an Ireland tour?

We have a wide selection of Ireland trip packages for you to choose from, so you can find the perfect itinerary based on your schedule and where you want to go. The Highlights of Ireland 8-day vacation package is our most popular tour, giving you a chance to visit Dublin, Killarney and other key parts of the country. Plan ahead and combine England tours & Scotland tours, so you can see the whole region in one long trip. With several tour packages available, everyone can find the right tour.

What is the dress code in Ireland?

For the most part, you don’t have to worry about a dress code when you visit Ireland. Ireland is pretty casual in terms of how people dress, so you can wear whatever you’d wear during one of our US tours. Certain establishments — including religious sites — may have a dress code. It’s also important to keep in mind that Ireland can be cold and rainy, so you want to pack for the climate.

Is there a lot of walking involved on an Ireland Tour?

Our Ireland tour packages are very different, so the amount of walking involved depends on the tour you choose. We recommend packing a comfortable pair of walking shoes no matter which tour you decide on. Depending on what time of year you visit, you may want to pack boots or waterproof shoes in case it rains. If you’re concerned about walking, you can contact us to learn more about our various travel packages to Ireland and how much walking is involved.

What passport & visa information do I need for your Ireland tours?

From our Germany tours to tours of Ireland, you can’t forget about your passport. If you’re visiting from another country for a tour, you need to have a valid passport. Getting your passport can take several months, so make sure you have your passport before you book a tour. If you’re a U.S. citizen, you can visit Ireland without a visa for up to 90 days for business or tourism. As long as you have your passport, you’re good to go.

What common languages will be spoken during the Ireland tours?

While language barriers can be an issue for trips like our Turkey tours, language isn’t a problem for English speakers visiting Ireland. There are some smaller parts of Ireland where the Irish language is still common, but most of the country speaks English. You don’t need to worry about having a translator or learning the basics of a new language before booking one of our Ireland tours.

What currency can I use on an Ireland tour?

The euro is the currency used in Ireland, so you’ll need to convert some of your USD to euro to have spending money during your trip. You may be able to exchange USD for euros at your local bank, or you can exchange your currency at a currency exchange at the airport in Ireland.

Do I need to bring a converter for the Ireland tour?

Ireland uses the G plug type, which has three rectangular pins. You’ll need to use an adapter to plug your devices in, so make sure you’ve got at least one adapter for your phone charger. You can also buy a universal adapter that works with several types of outlets, so you can use the same adapter for your Ireland trip and our Israel tours.

What is the time zone for your Ireland tours?

Like our Iceland tours, Ireland uses Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), which means they’re 8 hours ahead of the Pacific Time Zone and 5 hours ahead of the US Eastern Time Zone.

What climate should I expect during my Ireland tour?

The climate in Ireland changes quite a bit throughout the year, so the weather will depend on when you book your trip. Ireland is usually mild during the spring and summer, but certain parts of Ireland experience a lot of rain during the fall and winter. Consider checking out average monthly temperatures and rainfall in Ireland before booking your tour.